It's never easy for me to talk about companies losing money. The one reason for a company to exist is for it to make money. So when a company is losing money, there's the very real risk that it's entirely worthless. However, sometimes losing money can be temporary. Upon looking at Meru Networks (MERU), I believe such might be one of those times.
Meru Networks sells enterprise-class wireless LANs. Sort of a souped-up wifi able to handle high user density environments. It sells products for environments where a regular wifi hotspot, or a combination of hotspots, would fail to provide decent coverage. As Meru Networks puts it:
Meru wireless LANs are specifically designed for
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