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To: Scrapps who wrote (6904)10/16/1997 2:16:00 PM
From: Moonray
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1000 ISPs Live with 56 Kbps x2 Technology; 3Com Leads 56K
Market with its End-to-End Solution and Commitment to Standards

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 16, 1997--3Com
Corporation (NASDAQ:COMS) today announced that more than 1000 Internet
Service Providers (ISPs) now offer live 56K(1) x2(TM) technology service to
millions of online subscribers worldwide. One year after its unveiling, 3Com has
established itself as the 56K technology leader. 3Com was the first to market,
first to guarantee a free upgrade to the standard and now is the first to achieve
significant ISP deployment.

Through the more than 1000 ISPs who offer x2 service, 3Com customers now
have local access to x2 Internet services in nearly 4,000 cities across all 50 states
and 33 countries. Internationally, x2 deployment has also gone unmatched with
more than 100 ISPs live in Europe and nearly 60 ISPs live in Asia/Pacific.

guide-p.infoseek.com

o~~~ O

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To: Jeffery E. Forrest who wrote (6936)10/16/1997 2:17:00 PM
From: Moonray
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"Stuff -- 1 minute gap, I was scooped! o~~~ O

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To: Moonray who wrote (6938)10/16/1997 2:19:00 PM
From: Jeffery E. Forrest
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Finally! <G>

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To: Jeffery E. Forrest who wrote (6939)10/16/1997 2:51:00 PM
From: drmorgan
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Finally! <G>

Congrats Jeff, beating the energizer bunny is not easy! <GGGG>

My question of the day -- How the hell can either Hayes or Zoom afford to buy MOT's modems? Are Mannings pockets that deep? And Hayes recently came outta chapter 11...

Derek

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To: Jeffery E. Forrest who wrote (6939)10/16/1997 3:09:00 PM
From: KM
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Jeffrey ***OT****

Still got those IOM's what the hell is happening?

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To: Jeffery E. Forrest who wrote (6936)10/16/1997 3:12:00 PM
From: allen r.
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"According to VisionQuest, August 1997, the more than 20 modem vendors shipping products with x2 technology account for approximately 70 percent of the U.S. retail modem market.
x2 modems also are shipping with products offered by several of the top PC manufacturers including Dell, Gateway 2000, Packard Bell, NEC, IBM and Hewlett Packard. Major chipset vendors have also licensed x2 technology. Texas Instruments has announced that they alone have shipped more than 13 million x2-capable chip sets. "

You would think that a 70 percent market share of the U.S. market would lead to a higher stock price for coms. This is great news!

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To: Jeffery E. Forrest who wrote (6936)10/16/1997 4:04:00 PM
From: Dwight E. Karlsen
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Yeah! Take that, Crockwell -G- <eom>

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To: Bill Ulrich who wrote (6903)10/16/1997 4:49:00 PM
From: Dick Smith
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FBN---

I'm going to stay away from FBN, and other fine Y2K scams....

But it's a good thing they haven't seen these guys, who are real:
geeksquad.com

Dick

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To: Dick Smith who wrote (6944)10/16/1997 5:00:00 PM
From: Bill Ulrich
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...in the immortal words of 'The Mod Squad' cast: "Solid, Link!" <eom>

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To: Jeffery E. Forrest who wrote (6939)10/16/1997 5:05:00 PM
From: Dwight E. Karlsen
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SEG reported an 81% earnings disappointment. .08 vs. .43 expected (Zacks). The .08 cents is exclusive of several charges, including 61M for forward contracts on SE Asian currencies (Baht & Ringgit). DD sector goes from bad to worse.

biz.yahoo.com

With all charges, the current qtr's loss is .98/shr.

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