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Non-Tech : Amati investors
AMTX 1.0200.0%Dec 10 12:00 AM EST

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To: x70sxn who wrote (31378)5/23/2019 8:00:13 PM
From: JW@KSC   of 31386
 
Hi X70sxn, It's Sad the Amati Board or the Gang has moved on, yes the ADSL crowd made some Bling!

Especially if invested in Westell and PairGain too !

Hope you have Hung in there with EXACT Science's Corp ( EXAS ) the Board thanks you for the Tip.

Nice ride to $94. Since May 2015. At or around $5.00. Your wife has Lots of Bling Now !
Suggest a Diamond Neckless with the Ticker Letters "EXAS".

LONG LIVE Dr John Cioffi
AMTX

Funny after the Sale of AMTX to Texas Instruments. AM _TX Amati TX Instruments.. it was built Into the Ticker all the Time.

John Cioffi (born November 7, 1956) is an American electrical engineer, educator and prolific inventor who has made contributions in telecommunication system theory, specifically in coding theory and information theory. Best known as "the father of DSL," Cioffi's pioneering research was instrumental in making digital subscriber line (DSL) technology practical and has led to over 400 publications and more than 100 pending or issued patents, many of which are licensed.


He earned a B.S.E.E. degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign in 1978.

From 1978 to 1982, Cioffi worked as a modem designer at Bell Laboratories in New Jersey. While at Bell Laboratories, he also attended Stanford University, where he earned a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1984, under the supervision of Thomas Kailath.

In 1984, Cioffi left Bell Labs to work at IBM as a hard disk drive read channel researcher.

In 1986, Cioffi began his teaching career as an assistant professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University. Cioffi supervised the Ph.D. programs of more than 70 students over the course of more than two decades. He and his students' research into discrete multitone modulation (DMT) became widely adopted in digital subscriber line(DSL) technology, used commonly for Internet access.

Then Cioffi Founded Amati Communications Corp, Hired some of his Students, one of them explained to me IN A PAPER the DMT Secret Sause, that made it Tower over AT&T's Cape Line Code, two weeks after I began Research into AMTX

From that moment I was Hooked on DMT !

I met Dr. Cioffi at NetworkWorld + InterOp (SuperComm) Convention in Las Vegas 1996, when he got presented a Fellow Award from the IEEE. I helped him Carry everything from Hall A way over to Hall C, where his was to give a Presentation on MultiMedia and BroadBand.

1996 : Dialup Modems MultiMedia

To the tune of Downtown by Petula Clark:

When you're alone and there is no place to go you can always go....... Online,
Graphics are Groovy you can download a movie but it's pretty slow.....Online.


Where does XDSL fit in 5G Wireless?

Dr. John Cioffi December 2018, this Presentation may have been located at QualCom.



I would have hated being the in House Tech Support Guru.
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