Jump Filaments

Noise-15 'Needlejack' Filament
Following the success of the Frostline Laboratories experimental trials with Triglavian filament technology, the Outer Ring Excavations group authorized the commencement of "Project Needlejack". Working in conjunction with Frostline, ORE Technologies was able to refine the technology into a cost-effective product even though the means of precisely establishing a conduit destination continued to elude its scientists. Mature production models include a filament device that opens a conduit able to transport 15 ships to an apparently random destination, within broad parameters based on "noise profiles" in the underlying quantum fluctuations of space-time. ORE's development team configured this production model to target quantum noise profiles typical of known nullsec regions. The Noise-15 'Needlejack' Filament device is being made available through production blueprints to corporations and other entities with good business relations with ORE. Capsuleers with access to ORE loyalty programs may find the Noise-15 variant a useful tool or lucrative product offering.
Noise-25 'Needlejack' Filament
Following the success of the Frostline Laboratories experimental trials with Triglavian filament technology, the Outer Ring Excavations group authorized the commencement of "Project Needlejack". Working in conjunction with Frostline, ORE Technologies was able to refine the technology into a cost-effective product even though the means of precisely establishing a conduit destination continued to elude its scientists. Classified military variants of the technology include a filament device that opens a conduit able to transport 25 ships to an apparently random destination, within broad parameters based on "noise profiles" in the underlying quantum fluctuations of space-time. ORE's development team configured this military variant to target quantum noise profiles typical of known nullsec regions. The Noise-25 'Needlejack' Filament is a highly restricted piece of technology but is sometimes made available to capsuleers in limited numbers as a means to support certain operational goals of ORE, the Upwell Consortium, and their strategic partners. Very occasionally, like any desirable piece of military tech, the devices even turn up in the hands of competitors or outlaw groups.
Noise-5 'Needlejack' Filament
Following the success of the Frostline Laboratories experimental trials with Triglavian filament technology, the Outer Ring Excavations group authorized the commencement of "Project Needlejack". Working in conjunction with Frostline, ORE Technologies was able to refine the technology into a cost-effective product even though the means of precisely establishing a conduit destination continued to elude its scientists. The prototype designs include a filament device that opens a conduit able to transport 5 ships to an apparently random destination, within broad parameters based on "noise profiles" in the underlying quantum fluctuations of space-time. ORE's development team configured their prototype to target quantum noise profiles typical of known nullsec space regions. The Noise-5 'Needlejack' Filament device has been reported as falling into the hands of a number of outlaw and underworld groups across New Eden, and is likely to be found in certain of their secure data sites.
Signal-15 'Needlejack' Filament
Following the success of the Frostline Laboratories experimental trials with Triglavian filament technology, the Outer Ring Excavations group authorized the commencement of "Project Needlejack". Working in conjunction with Frostline, ORE Technologies was able to refine the technology into a cost-effective product even though the means of precisely establishing a conduit destination continued to elude its scientists. Mature production models include a filament device that opens a conduit able to transport 15 ships to a pseudorandom destination weighted by "signal profiles" discernible in the quantum fluctuations of space-time. ORE's development team configured this production model to target quantum signal profiles suggesting higher levels of activity in nullsec space systems. The Signal-15 'Needlejack' Filament device is being made available through production blueprints to corporations and other entities with good business relations with ORE. Capsuleers with access to ORE loyalty programs may find the Signal-15 variant a useful tool or lucrative product offering.
Signal-25 'Needlejack' Filament
Following the success of the Frostline Laboratories experimental trials with Triglavian filament technology, the Outer Ring Excavations group authorized the commencement of "Project Needlejack". Working in conjunction with Frostline, ORE Technologies was able to refine the technology into a cost-effective product even though the means of precisely establishing a conduit destination continued to elude its scientists. Classified military variants of the technology include a filament device that opens a conduit able to transport 25 ships to a pseudorandom destination weighted by "signal profiles" discernible in the quantum fluctuations of space-time. ORE's development team configured this military variant to target quantum signal profiles suggesting higher levels of activity in nullsec space systems. The Signal-25 'Needlejack' Filament is a highly restricted piece of technology but is sometimes made available to capsuleers in limited numbers as a means to support certain operational goals of ORE, the Upwell Consortium, and their strategic partners. Very occasionally, like any desirable piece of military tech, the devices even turn up in the hands of competitors or outlaw groups.
Signal-5 'Needlejack' Filament
Following the success of the Frostline Laboratories experimental trials with Triglavian filament technology, the Outer Ring Excavations group authorized the commencement of "Project Needlejack". Working in conjunction with Frostline, ORE Technologies was able to refine the technology into a cost-effective product even though the means of precisely establishing a conduit destination continued to elude its scientists. The prototype designs include a filament device that opens a conduit able to transport 5 ships to a pseudorandom destination weighted by "signal profiles" discernible in the quantum fluctuations of space-time. ORE's development team configured their prototype to target quantum signal profiles suggesting higher levels of activity in nullsec space systems. The Signal-5 'Needlejack' Filament device has been reported as falling into the hands of a number of outlaw and underworld groups across New Eden, and is likely to be found in certain of their secure data sites.