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Amati vs. Aware
An SI Board Since August 1996
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221 0 0 AWRE
Emcee:  Chris Alexander Type:  Unmoderated
This is to focus comparison discussion of the two companies in one place which should be helpful. Aware will be IPO'ing soon and is doing a road show. There should be some info. available to make this an interesting discussion.
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221 What happened to this thread? Is this the first time Aware has traded at a pricMadpinto-1/17/1997
220 You know, when someone on line first said that, I did not recall. I asked KT, Danny Briere-12/24/1996
219 Danny, still have a spare time? I knew that Pulsecom use AWRE's DMT, but I John Paris-12/23/1996
218 To each their own, Les. I think people (including DQ) underestimate the advancej rector-12/22/1996
217 It seems your optimisim has alot of EGG NOG and / or PIXIE DUST. Those DATAQUESLes Robertson-12/22/1996
216 E, Agreed on all points. I don't like AWRE's image compression buis eij rector-12/20/1996
215 I heard you called Steven to Mark. Doesn't need to be a rocket scientist toJohn Paris-12/20/1996
214 Steven (I know that version as a friend), great call! ADSL is for real now. I g(no name provided)-12/20/1996
213 If you look at the chart on Aware, you will notice that the volume is increasinCraig Adler-12/20/1996
212 >>he's got a longer string of zeros invested than you. and you too fJohn Paris-12/19/1996
211 JP--Not everyone shares your flamboyant values. George Soros drives a six yearChemsync-12/19/1996
209 j, what your opinion on AWRE (the stock) at current price? I'm very tempted(no name provided)-12/19/1996
208 I guess I am more optmisitc--I'd quadruple these number by 2000 with revenuj rector-12/19/1996
207 >>I have many many friends that have computers with 9.6k and 14.4k modemsJohn Paris-12/19/1996
206 I think the major market for xDSL is corporations and universities, not home-us(no name provided)-12/19/1996
205 Steven, You are right. The near term question as to the size of the market is Alan Gutfrucht-12/19/1996
204 Well, that is what the discussion is; how is the unfoldment and adoption of thaSteven Sage-12/18/1996
203 Thanks Les, wow; when you ask the right question; the info. is really out thereSteven Sage-12/18/1996
202 Thanks Bill for the P.S.; what was an attempt at probably the most honest tradiSteven Sage-12/18/1996
201 Michael: I have a 28.8 line that is to slow. When I surf the Web, I turn the bill c.-12/18/1996
200 Steven: My company is starting to look into the NC type of device. We figure bill c.-12/18/1996
199 U.S. Market Forecast for DSL - Dataquest (IW Dec. 16,1996) ...................Les Robertson-12/18/1996
198 I agree with your basic premise, but aren't you thinking in terms of today&Madpinto-12/18/1996
197 80% of computer owners are not heavy computer users. I don't know if businSteven Sage-12/18/1996
196 Exellent point; if the videophone is part of a Diba style internet appliance; nSteven Sage-12/18/1996
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