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A Cloudy Forecast

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

This year it is estimated that fully 80% of new commercial computer enterprise applications will have a cloud-based offering. Whether this turns out to be true, when it comes to the future of information processing, virtually every forecast sees clouds on the horizon in leading roles. It’s a market seen as too disruptive to ignore, expected to top $200 billion in revenues before 2020. It threatens the status quo, much as did the rise of the Internet itself. (Microsoft was late in embracing the Internet. Don’t look for it to be as slow when it comes to clouds.)

The question now seems only to be the form that the revolution will take, whether it will evolve into “Platform as a Service,” “Software as a Service,” or remain more broad-based as Enterprise Content Management markets, all which fall under the general industry of cloud computing. Additionally, security issues have to be resolved to the point that businesses will feel comfortable storing customer-sensitive data in clouds.

Cloud computing is simply a way to deliver software and applications over the Internet and manage data stored remotely. For the customers of cloud providers, it eliminates the need for your PC to be connected to a server. The information accessed by users is found in the “cloud,” data and software stored in remote servers. Space on these servers is usually leased from the cloud provider. Software can be modified company-wide much more quickly, lowering upgrade costs and downtime. It also permits employees to work remotely from any place they can establish an Internet connection. Furthermore, the expense of maintaining the cloud is passed on to the cloud provider.

The key revenue drivers in this industry are licensing revenue (income from leasing software and applications to end-users), leasing revenue (income from leasing data-storage space), consulting revenue, and sales income from the sale of specific software and applications to the end users. Any company that uses computers could potentially benefit from cloud computing. The distribution channel is the same for all providers: the Internet. Companies in this sector can literally compete on a global basis because all the customer needs is a reliable Internet connection.

Consolidation is anticipated among providers, so underlying it all, of course, is the question of who will gobble up whom. IBM (NYSE: IBM), SAP (NYSE: SAP), and Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) have all sought to acquire cloud and SaaS technology companies, a quick way to establish a cloud presence. In the meantime, Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) have already planted their flags.

• Amazon Web Services offers a cloud computing platform through a collection of web services for remote computing, such as EC2 and S3, designed primarily to help developers. EC2, for example, offers developers Amazon’s strong computing environment, essentially renting virtual computers, allowing developers to build failure-resistant applications.

• Apple’s iCloud allows users to store music, photos, and documents, which can then be seamlessly grabbed by any user devices, meaning total 24/7 wireless access. The result is the company’s latest step toward a fully cloud-based central processing station and warehouse for all things Apple.

• Google Cloud Connect brings a cloud to MS Office (or brings Office to a cloud). It lets users share, backup, and edit MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents over a cloud, with a system that coordinates activities in order to avoid confusion. Documents can even be edited offline, and synchronized later when online.

A brief sampling of the investment opportunities in cloud computing can be found by looking at the following 3 companies, one new-comer, and 2 old-hands:

• GlobalWise Investments (OTCBB: GWIV), via its wholly-owned subsidiary, Intellinetics, is an example of a company that offers investors a chance to experience significant growth. GWIV has developed a platform that defines a new industry benchmark and game-changing approach by combining advanced virtualization and automated content management with an open and service-oriented architecture using web services. Trading at $1.55 a share, the company has a market cap of $50.51M. Because GlobalWise only recently became a publicly traded company, available historical financial data is limited. However, revenues increased 26.7% YOY for 2010 to 2011. Gross profit increased 26% in the same period. The company has multiple growth initiatives in place to accelerate the pace of future expansion.

• Broadvision (NASDAQ: BVSN) offers a cloud-based “network of networks” enterprise social platform, for the virtual, mobile, social enterprise. Basically, it’s designed to help businesses connect with employees, customers, and partners, and it’s fully cloud-based. Trading at $25.29 a share, the company has a market cap of $116.11M. Although recently falling on hard times — last year, revenues declined by approximately 19.8% compared to the numbers reported for 2010 — the company is well established in the industry and could be poised for a turnaround.

• More risk-adverse investors wanting a piece of the cloud action should look at Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM). Salesforce.com, an enterprise cloud computing company, provides a social enterprise cloud platform and apps to help employees collaborate easily and connect with customers. Trading at $154.67 a share, the company has a market cap of $21.11B. Revenues for 2011 were 37.1% greater than the value reported for the prior year. According to MSN Money, over the last five years revenues have grown by an average of 35.45% per year.

As with any industry, cloud computing does have risks. Successful implementation of cloud technology is complex, and very easy to get wrong. There are constantly changing security-related and cost-related questions, issues which may not be fully appreciated at first consideration. Moreover, in spite of what is sometimes promised, cloud-based applications can be difficult to manage and to grow if not planned correctly. Although in-house processing and storage carries risks, working in a shared cloud environment means accepting and dealing with different degrees and types of processing and data risks to which some users may not easily adjust. In addition, individual user needs are dynamic, fluctuating as products change, and cloud options and pricing are changing at the same time, making it a singularly difficult world to predict.

Nevertheless, the move to the cloud by companies big and small is only accelerating, with new product and service offerings appearing daily, reminiscent of the 1990s when people first started hearing names like eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY) and Amazon. Some companies offer limited applications, some offer comprehensive platforms, but all can benefit customers by providing reduced software and hardware costs, simpler IT infrastructure, and increased efficiencies: all which can directly boost net income.

Investors wanting growth or diversification should take a close look at the clouds. In so doing, they will get a forecast of the future of large-scale computing and the companies that will provide out-sourced IT services, an area that shows potential signs of significant growth.

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Beacon Equity Research: Apple (AAPL) Continues to Dominate the Phone Market

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

Shares of Apple Inc. are trading marginally higher today as the iPhone gains snowball-like momentum! AAPL recently announced the iPhone4S topped 1 million pre orders in just one day. AAPL is now merely trading $18 dollars off its all time high of $422.86 and is now trading above its 20 day moving average with a good amount of room to the upper Bollinger band.

The iPhone 4S looks the same as the old iPhone 4, but it is packed with many of the features that were expected on the anticipated iPhone 5. The 4S has beaten the pre-order record of 600,000 held by the original iPhone 4. Get my next ALERT 100% FREE

Its 8-megapixel camera sensor is much improved. Apple says it’s more than three times faster than the Droid Bionic’s camera and can record 1080 pixel high-definition video. To grab a quick picture, iPhone users won’t have to unlock the phone anymore — the camera app will be accessible by just tapping the home button twice.

The iPhone 4S will also use the A5 chip that is inside the iPad 2, which will mean big advancements for graphics in iPhone games. The antennas have also been updated to improve call quality.

The iPhone 4S comes equipped with incredible full 1080p HD resolution video recording capability and Siri™ – the amazing intelligent assistant that helps you get things done just through voice activation.

Additional articles published by Beacon Equity Research can be found on their website at www.BeaconEquity.com

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Beacon Equity Research: Research In Motion (RIMM) Shares Rise Sharply on Rumor Mill

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Shares of Research In Motion Limited, the maker of BlackBerry smartphones, continue to rise in today’s trading after a sharp rebound yesterday  on speculation that the company might be a takeover target.

At last check, RIM shares were trading 2.90% higher at $24.28, with volume at 13.5 million. On Tuesday, RIM shares  fell below $20 for the first time in six years.

The takeover speculation started after a report from The Independent said  that Vodafone (ADR) (NASDAQ:  VOD) could consider acquiring the BlackBerry maker. Vodafone declined to  comment on the issue, however, analysts say that it will be highly unusual for a  wireless company to acquire a manufacturer of handsets.

RIM has become an attractive takeover target in the last few months following  a sharp decline in the company’s shares. This year the company’s shares lost  more than 60% of their market.

RIM shares have been falling as the company continues to struggle against the  likes of Apple’s (NASDAQ:  AAPL) iPhone and Android devices. The company has consistently lost market  share to iPhone and Android devices. The company has also suffered due to  delayed product launches and a poor performance of its tablet device.

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Apple, Inc. (AAPL) Remains Silent on iPod Lineup

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

The iPod saved Apple and revolutionized the music industry, while making investors happy as shares have surged a split-adjusted 4,562% since the music player made its debut on Oct. 23, 2001. However, its glory days may be over. Although more than 45 million iPods have been sold over the last four quarters alone, the 10th anniversary is approaching and there are signs that Apple is shifting more of its focus elsewhere.

The number of iPods that continue to sell are astounding, but sales are in decline. Unit sales are down 12.5% year-over-year and revenues have fallen 6.2%. Notably, Apple has been unusually quiet about their highly successful product line this year. We’re nearing the end of September and still there has not been a word from the company.

Yesterday reports emerged of an Apple event scheduled for October 4, but that the main focus would be on the iPhone, not the iPod lineup. Apple is not likely to build an event around a product that’s in retreat, even if it’s historically the most successful. The silence surrounding the iPod, combined with the fact that Apple didn’t unveil a new version of the iPhone at its developers’ conference in June, has added to the feeling that Apple will use whatever event is coming up to make the iPhone the star of its next show.

“This is Steve Jobs’s genius,” said Silicon Valley futurist thinker and Stanford University instructor Paul Saffo. “The guy destroys the industries he creates to create something new. Who else but Jobs would invent the whole music model with the stand-alone player, and then destroy the market for a stand-alone player by coming out with a phone and a pad?”

Like other industry changers, such as the personal computer and television, the iPod isn’t going away. Don’t forget there is an iPod application in every Apple iPhone and iPad. But even though the iPod will remain on Apple’s roster, it is obvious that after 10 years, its days in the starting lineup as a standalone player are done.

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Apple, Inc. (AAPL) Stock Dips Following News of Steve Jobs’ Medical Leave

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Yesterday, while the markets were closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Steve Jobs announced that he is taking another medical leave, raising new concerns among investors about the company’s future. During his leave, Apple chief operating officer Tim Cook will be responsible for all of the company’s day to day operations.

“At my request, the board of directors has granted me a medical leave of absence so I can focus on my health,” Jobs said in an email to all Apple employees, which was published on the company’s website. The email did not disclose details about his health condition or when he is expected to resume full command.

This leave marks the third time in the past ten years that Jobs has stepped back from his role for medical reasons. He took medical leave in 2004 and then again in the first half of 2009, returning to the company in late June of that year.

Today when the stock market opened for trading, AAPL fell as far as $326.00 before recovering to the current PPS of $336.85, still down 3.34% from Friday’s close. Analysts say that Jobs’ leave shouldn’t derail the company’s current momentum, but could have longer-term implications.

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Google’s Android Takes a Bite Out of Apple

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Even during the worldwide recession it seems consumers continue to abandon ‘dumb’ phones when, for just a little bit more money, they can get a pocket-sized computer – a smartphone – instead. According to research firm Gartner, overall handset sales are expected to shrink by 4 percent this year compared to last year. Meanwhile, smartphone sales are forecast to grow by more than 20 percent.

Smartphones account for only 14 percent of the mobile phone market today, but this segment has doubled its share of the global mobile phone business over the past three years. More than 500 million smartphones are expected to be sold in 2012 when they are forecasted to make up half the market. Revenues from smartphones are expected to double to half the industry total by 2014.

With the smartphone market being really the only game in town, the intensity of the battle for the smartphone market is turning white hot. Over the next few months an array of new models from a variety of phone makers, including some new entrants, is due to hit the market. This will have major implications for investors involved with the companies who manufacture smartphones.

The new entrants into the smartphone market aim to bridge the pricing gap between smartphones and standard feature phones and bring the more powerful product to the mass marketplace. According to Gartner, the proliferation of cheaper smartphones will further accelerate the growth rate of smartphones to 43 percent next year as smartphone sales rise to 250 million units from 175 million units this year.

It may be Apple and its juicy profit margins which will be under siege from Google and its Android operating system for smartphones. The Apple iPhone, which has been setting the bar in touch-screen smartphones, could soon be overtaken by an army of Google-powered handsets. Android-based phones – handsets that use the open source Google mobile operating system – are on the march as non-iPhone carriers look for a rival to Apple’s device. Since its introduction a year ago on one device with one carrier, Android has come a long way. Android is now currently used on 12 different handsets with 32 carriers in 26 countries.

Research group Gartner sees Android eating into Nokia’s leading market share and being featured on 18 percent of smart phones by 2012, up from 1.6 percent in the first quarter of 2009. That figure would put Android ahead of both Research in Motion and Apple operating systems, which are featured on 13.9 percent and 13.6 percent of handsets respectively.

According to Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney, Google’s Android will inevitably beat Apple’s iPhone… if only because it will be featured on many more handset models. Investors should bear in mind that Apple has only one model – the iPhone – and does NOT license its operating system or technology. Many Android handset makers are improving on the iPhone’s hardware, while a new version of the operating system and more than 10,000 applications developed for Android are providing them with very competitive software.

The companies involved in this battle for the smartphone market include: Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Research in Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM), Nokia ADR (NYSE: NOK), Verizon (NYSE: VZ), AT&T (NYSE: T), Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) and Deutsche Telekom ADR (NYSE: DT) – T-Mobile.

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The Apple-Google Rivalry in China

Friday, August 21st, 2009

Forget Microsoft-Apple or Microsoft-Google. A new rivalry is developing in the tech world. Google and Apple are increasingly squaring off over lucrative markets like the mobile computing field.

The rivalry between the two companies is occurring on a worldwide battlefield. And now this budding Apple-Google rivalry has spread to perhaps the most important mobile phone market in the world – China. China is the world’s largest mobile phone market with 700 million subscribers.

However, China has only recently launched third generation services, which offer broadband-speed data connections. Smart phone penetration in China is running at 10 percent of all handsets sold. But the smart phones are expected to generate higher revenues as subscribers access features such as music, multimedia and games downloads.

China Mobile will fire the opening shot in the battle for high-value subscribers over the next couple of months with the launch of the 3G OPhone, which runs on Google’s Android operating system. China Mobile had held discussions with Apple about potential iPhone distribution, but these discussions broke down as the two firms could not agree on how to share the revenues. China Mobile will make a very aggressive push to sell the OPhone. China Mobile plans to subsidize these high-end handsets for customers with up to 50 percent off the retail price.

The launch of the OPhone by China Mobile comes as China Unicom is nearing an exclusive agreement with Apple to sell the iPhone in China for three years. The company is expected to offer the iPhone when it launches its country-wide 3G services this autumn. China Unicom is hoping to use the iPhone as a powerful tool to lure some of the lucrative young mobile users from China Mobile.

The potential smart phone subscribers will most likely be young professionals, relatively wealthy, well-educated, and English speaking. In China, this can only mean Chuppies. Chuppies are China’s young well-off generation. They have money in their pocket, are brand conscious and are savvy about technology. The impending launch of competing subsidized smart phones means that the battle for these Chuppies has started.

In summary, the four companies that are the main combatants for the smart phone market in China are: Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), China Mobile (NYSE: CHL) & China Unicom (NYSE: CHU).

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A List of Bargains to Put on Radar

Monday, October 13th, 2008

The recent turbulent market conditions have robbed investors of their confidence, subsequently creating bargain opportunities that were thought of as impossible just six months ago. While no one knows the future of the markets or what will happen next, various valuations that have been used successfully for decades are screaming for investors’ attention towards certain stocks.

The first stock we would like to mention is Apple, Inc. (AAPL). This company has captured the attention of the media, Wall Street, and the general public the past few years with their innovative ideas and nearly explosive growth. The company was trading at over $190 a share just 5 months ago, but recently hit a low of $85.00. Apple is certainly one to keep an eye on as their management has clearly demonstrated they are capable of successfully creating new markets as well as increasing market share in established industries by outperforming competitors.

Another stock you will want to keep on watch while it is trading at reduced prices is Best Buy Co, Inc. (BBY). This stock has fallen from $48.25 to just $23.58 in less than a month. Analyst Bradley B. Thomas acknowledges the opportunity this has created for potential investors and recently upgraded the stock from “Hold” to “Buy.” The company is well positioned to benefit from the possible bankruptcy of Circuit City. Thomas believes Best Buy’s EPS could rise by 37 cents in 2010 if Circuit City had to close 300 stores.

We are also putting the well known Google, Inc. (GOOG) on this list as it has fallen from $602.45 to $310.30. This company’s performance holds the envy of executives and engineers around the globe. Their progressive ideas, meticulous accountability and careful attention to detail have made the company one of greatest success stories in the past decade. 20 analysts support the stock with 15 naming the stock a “Strong Buy”, 3 calling it a “Moderate Buy”, and 2 recommending to “Hold.”

One final company to bring to your attention is Uranium Energy Corp. (UEC). The junior resource company controls one of the largest historical uranium exploration and development databases in the US and has used these databases to acquire advanced uranium mining properties throughout the southwestern US. With the public increasingly realizing that nuclear power plants generate electricity with far less greenhouse emission than fossil fuels, Uranium Energy Corp. is in a favorable position for funding and exploring all aspects of uranium development.

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Apple Shares Dip in the Wake of New iPod Release

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Shares of Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) slid back four percent today, despite the highly-anticipated arrival of its new iPods and changes to the iTunes system. This was not exactly the investor reaction expected by many people following the new product unveiling. On a side note, an obituary for Steve Jobs (who is alive and well) was accidentally printed by Bloomberg News. News outlets are known for preparing obituaries for famous people. The article was retracted, but just how it got run in the first place has not been said.

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HotOtc Featured Company: Apple Inc. (AAPL) Generating Revenue at the Cutting Edge of Consumer Trends

Friday, February 29th, 2008

When an entirely new marketplace forms from thin air, nobody has any idea that it is forming, much less what it will develop into. When the personal computer made its first appearance, people pretty much yawned. Now the companies that began making those first computers only offer the units as part of their product base. Where the personal computer goes from here is just a dream at this point, but it is sure that it will make that first personal computer look like the typewriter it replaced.

Apple Inc., a digital products manufacturer focusing on digital lifestyle products, works to offer a spectrum of digital oriented products to consumers. Largely recognized for its personal computing products, the company is now becoming known for the variety and spectrum of digital products that it offers. The company’s computer product lines are unique, in that they are the only computer product lines manufacturer that controls the entire manufacturing process in every respect; component to software to retail. It is, however, the company’s full product line past the personal computer that is offering opportunity for non-core product growth.

In the first quarter of 2008, the company introduced its Mac Book Air. An ultra thin and light weight notebook computer, the Mac Book is being recognized as a good solid offering that keeps the product pipeline of the company flowing and generating new revenue. Regardless of how this product fairs in the short term marketplace, however, the company’s other offerings at the cutting edge consumer trends are the products to watch for revenue growth.

Being at the cutting edge of consumer trends the first years of the 21st century is a heady place. Being ready and flexible for how consumers react to a given digital product is critical for a company to remain relevant. Just because a company offers a new product line does not mean that the consumer will use that product line as it was intended. Being able to recognize how a product is being used and then capitalizing on it is the ultimate goal of the digital manufacturer that wants exponential growth. Apple Inc. has found this ability.

The company’s iPod product is an excellent example of this ability. Past its introduction, which was viewed as a leap by many into the digital music arena, the company was able to recognize how the product fit within consumer trends. It enjoyed the successes of the new product introduction but also recognized future trend direction and became involved in a project called iTunes. This recognition and involvement has catapulted the company well into the future in directions unknown. iTunes is now offering digital media well past its original music roots and will likely morph into some other digital medium distribution point in the future. If the past is any indication, the company is likely to be involved and in all likelihood fairly soon, if technological change at this point in time is any indication.

Apple inc. also looks at its distribution and service areas a bit differently than most in the digital offerings marketplace. It puts Apple Inc. employees on the front retail lines in addition to the more typical merchant, online, specialty sales channels. This helps the customers find the real power of the products, but also new ways to use the products, which is the profit driver mentioned above. Direct feed back at the retail level has become a key advantage of the company moving forward.

Like it or not, the company’s newest foray into the cellular market has been redirected with its iPhones being unlocked for general use. Instead of being committed to its AT & T system alliance, iPhones are now able to be unlocked and used around the world. In a certain sense, this is a bonus for iPhone sales as many regions of the worlds where the iPhone would not likely have found a market are now opening up. This is particularly true in China and many central European markets. Although slow out of the gate, 4 million units/200 days, it is very likely that the iPhone will have very long legs well into the future for company revenue.

Although the marketplace would like to think that Apple Inc. is an established company in an established marketplace, it is not. Neither, for that matter is Microsoft, Yahoo or Dell. The investor should remember that this digital phenomenon is in its crawling years and very few people, if any, know how it is going to grow and develop. Ups and downs in a company’s development are bound to happen; but, if a company’s short history in a market with an exceedingly steep development curve is any indication, Apple Inc. is going to be a player with solid investment returns for the entire run.

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Apple Inc. (AAPL) – $119 a Curse or a Blessing?

Monday, February 25th, 2008

Apple has taken a serious beating over the last 6 weeks falling from an all time high of $202.96 down to its current value. The logic and reasoning behind this fall is a mystery to those looking from the outside in. The company has posted incredible earnings and continued growth, but the stock was still assaulted by the market.

Some believe that the reason for Apple’s decline is that the iPod’s popularity has peaked and are now headed back down from their astronomical levels. Another theory is that the iPhone has been a flop for Apple thus far. This could easily be fixed by further lowering prices, and offering other carriers, besides AT&T, which currently has an exclusive carrier deal with Apple.

Just today BMO Capital Markets analyst Keith Bachman cut his target price for AAPL from $160 to $140 citing several factors. Bachman believes that the company previously had three growth drivers, the iPod, iPhone and Macs, which he now believes is down to only Macs. The company’s PC sales are still growing, and they are quickly stealing market share from larger competitors like IBM and Dell. The analyst raised his Mac sales estimates to 9.4 million units from 8.2 million for Apple’s current fiscal year, which ends in September. Bachman also raised his forecast for Mac sales for Apple’s current quarter to 2.06 million units from 1.87 million.

Apple’s newest release is the MacBook Air, an extremely thin and light laptop, which still retains all of the expected features of an Apple. The superior operating system, incredibly long battery life and great antivirus features make the product superior to all rivals and should boost mobile PC sales for the company in the upcoming quarters. With over $24 billion in sales for fiscal 2007, and an aggressive growth strategy, Apple at $119 could be a dream come true, but with an unpredictable market, and 6 weeks of unexpected declines, it could also be a nightmare.

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Is Apple, Inc. (AAPL) Bound to Retrace Recent Gains?

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007

Apple’s stock has had an impressive run that reflects its incredible turnaround in the company over the past several years. Its innovative products and talented marketing efforts have taken AAPL from under $15 a share in 2004 to $140 today, but the stock did not get to $140 a share without pull backs.

The most significant pull back happened last year when AAPL peaked in January at $86.40, and then had a 42% pullback to $50.16 in July. Many traders who currently hold the stock have already made quick gains and may be considering taking profits as AAPL nears its 52 week high.

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StockGuru Blog: 5G Wireless Communications (FGWI) Has an Established Product and Service that Clients Need

Thursday, August 16th, 2007

FGWI: The Equipment and the Service that Attracts Customers

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I think 5G has demonstrated with their installation projects that markets for 5G’S wireless broadband solutions are expansive. They have successfully installed their product everywhere from universities, to schools, to resorts, to condominiums, to retirement centers. The message is clear to me and obviously to potential clients: with each new market 5G Wireless enters, a new proficiency is created.

5G understands their business and provides the 24-7 service all customers demand.

I think that 5G’s process is logical and works to make the client comfortable with their WiFi installation. 5G can point to many, many successful installations with repeat customers that are happy to upgrade to 5G’s newest technology.

5G is able to make their client’s extremely comfortable with their installations by preparing a thorough needs assessment and making recommendations on how to create a flexible infrastructure that considers BOTH immediate and longer term needs.

5G Wireless’ Base Stations makes long-distance point-to-point shots at full data rate a reality – even in urban environments where “non-line of sight” problems may have prevented the use of a wireless bridge.

I think the fact 5G Wireless develops their own technology based on their client’s needs is a great selling point. Because they understand these needs they have developed technology that can cover entire and multiple common areas (within a half mile to mile range depending on terrain) with a single G-Force Base Station at full data rate.

There is no need to buy tens or hundreds of access points . A strategically placed Base Stations provides seamless 360 degree roaming coverage for devices with standard Wi-Fi PC cards. With up to 1,000 users per radio at full data rate, this solution handles most entire commons areas. 5G is NOT limited to ‘line of sight’, outdoor to indoor shots are possible.

5G comes with a full service of back office administration and 24/7 customer support providing a complete turn-key solution.

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About 5G Wireless Communications, Inc. 5G Wireless Communications, Inc.: 5G Wireless Communications, Inc. (OTCBB: FGWI) is a designer, developer and manufacturer of commercial grade wireless broadband communications equipment operating in the 802.11a/b/g frequency. The 5G Wi-Fi system functions through macro-cell base stations deployed in key areas, while dead spots are filled in with smaller micro cells following the proven deployment strategy used today by cellular carriers. This type of structural design allows for a well-tailored combination of cells resulting in the ability to add higher capacity where and when needed. The Company’s principal markets are universities and municipalities and just recently entered into hospitality, time shares and planned community markets. The Company sells its equipment to colleges and universities, commercial businesses and international markets and also installs its equipment and services the hospitality, time share and planned communities, at The Company’s expense in order to recognize a recurring predictable revenue stream as opposed to a one time sale. The Company will only place equipment at its expense where it receives a minimum 3 year exclusive agreement to provide pay as you use services.

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