go away shorter...stop spamming and scamming b44carson and your friends shorter/bashers.
But with LTE, Ruckus is stepping well outside of its comfort zone. It has a lot of experience building dense high-powered metro and indoor Wi-Fi networks, but cellular base stations are highly specialized products produced by just a handful of global vendors. If Ruckus has ambitions of building more than souped-up outdoor femtocells, then it will almost certainly need the help of a major mobile infrastructure vendor.
I'm sure they will gauge response by surveying customers. Although they probably did user acceptance testing already and must have received enough positive comments to put it into production.
It seems like the Motley Fool is made up of a lot of psuedo-pundits that just like to see their opinions published, but these 2 quotes from the most recent Motley Fool piece I thought were telling. Here are the quotes:
1) "What's more, just last month Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner reiterated the need for investors in the additive manufacturing space to maintain a long-term outlook, going so far as to compare 3-D printing to investing in the Internet in 1997: "Think about what the Internet has become over the last 20 years. It has absolutely become integral to the lives of billions of people on the planet." It stands to reason, then, if additive manufacturing could achieve even a fraction of the Internet's household utility over the long haul, today's investors would be handsomely rewarded."
2) "What does that mean for 3D Systems shareholders now? Despite today's drop, nothing has changed the staggering long-term potential for the 3-D printing industry. If you can keep your wits about you and remain patient, its a safe bet today's volatility will barely register as a blip in the radar down the road."
Two very good philosophies, and something to seriously think about when these wild short-term fluctuations occur. Hopefully following the earnings release on Monday it will be time for the short's heads and stomachs to spin.
NO these companies have weak financials because they've been under the bootheel of the law for far too long. Since they already exist they will be ahead of the curve but they are not strong so this wave of companies will crumble and fumble about while the new money surges in and makes this the greatest investment sector in the last 100 years