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LAST MILE TECHNOLOGIES - Let's Discuss Them Here
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As investors, we are probably faced with one of the biggest opportunities ... how to make money through companies investing in the 'last mile' of communications between the home computer and the fiber-optic backbone. The last remaining bottleneck is where the pot of gold is ...

ISDN, ADSL, Cable modems, hybrid fiber coax, fiber-optics, ATM ... There are just so many emerging solutions ...

ASND, USRX, SHVA, AMTX, PAIR, WSTL, ZE, BBTK, HLIT, OCCF, ORTL ... So many companies to analyze, most with just promises ...

Let us use this thread to discuss all these technologies, their strengths and weaknesses, the best ways to play them ...

Let us post accurate, concise, meaningful facts and opinions ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGIES involved. Trim away the fat ... get to the meat of it. Let each post be worth the time reading it. Let's not be carried away with our love for a particular stock ... there are a lot of other threads for posting their day to day activities ... Let us concentrate on the technology and business issues ... so we may learn more and invest wisely ...

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12823Thanks. It shed more light on the operators and vendors games Spectrum ownershipelmatador-5/8/2016
12822Kind of picking up where we stopped :-) What stays on the way to adoption is prelmatador-5/8/2016
12821That is not the way it is happening: Wireless operators and suppliers consideredRob S.-5/8/2016
12820Hi elmat, you do realize you are replying to a post from 13 years ago, right? Inftth-5/8/2016
12819Here we are: The wireless vendors were happy developing an selling networks 3G aelmatador-5/8/2016
12818With IoT, 5G and WiFi back in the fore, it is time to flog this dead horseelmatador-5/8/2016
12817I need to revisit this. Today it is Wi-Fi that is coming to threaten the incumbeelmatador-5/8/2016
12816America's 10-Year Experiment in Broadband Investment Has Failed No, it has The Ox-2/27/2014
12815No posts in 3 years. This is from BusinessWeek yesterday: 2 pages businessweeSr K22/25/2014
12814I haven't been paying much attention to this space, but this popped-up on a Jeff Hayden-2/12/2011
12813Some of the original LMT'ers who still have this thread bookmarked may find Frank A. Coluccio17/20/2010
12812A tribute to this thread begins in the second part of this message: Message 257Frank A. Coluccio17/8/2009
12811Nortel executive discusses company's ambitions NETWORK WORLD MIDDLE EAST - Dexter Lives On-9/21/2006
12810stockcharts.comsammy™ -_--1/9/2006
12809Wave Wireless Renews Agreement with Large European Customer to Refurbish Tel-Linda_cheif™-1/9/2006
12808"he said phones in house will be clearer as they will not be on the optic lJohn Carragher-1/8/2006
12807A note I found on a newsgroup..... > FIOS TV install is now available here (John Carragher-1/8/2006
12806pa. remember the big fight in philly vs verizon. i assume they have license John Carragher-12/22/2005
12805Hi John, If tv won't be available for 12 months, then the FiOS is not replaFrank A. Coluccio-12/22/2005
12804frank figure update you on optic vz. finally after several months getting vios John Carragher-12/22/2005
12803WAVR ANNOUNCES MERGER SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA and TORONTO, ONTARIO, Nov 17, 2005 (da_cheif™-11/23/2005
12802Message 21667924Frank A. Coluccio-9/3/2005
12801Broadband Demand Booms in China By REBECCA BUCKMAN Staff Reporter of THE WALL D. K. G.-6/14/2005
12800Link for previous heavyreading.comP2V-5/25/2005
12799Intel's WiMax AntiClimax The network equipment used by Intel Corp. (Nasdaq:P2V-5/25/2005
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