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  • rothingham rothingham Apr 8, 2009 4:12 PM Flag

    Airspan to pink sheets

    AIRN is moving to the pink sheets April 13th. Guess that is all part of the analyst comments about ALVR not necessarily kicking butt right now, but at least gaining market share. Don't know too many entities that want to buy high tech product from a company on the pink sheets.

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    • In addition, it looks like Yahoo has deleted the Airspan Message Board. So much for even communicating about what's not going on over at Airspan. Just as well I say.

    • LOL!

      Show me a post where I had a strong buy on Airspan over the past 3 years. For that matter, even a dumb fart blowing it out of your aole like yourself knows that I have not has an unreserved buy on Alvarion either.

      A few weeks ago I did post on the CLWR board that I was 95% sure it would double ovder the course of the following 12-18 months. It doubled over the next five weeks. Since then I have said it would meet resistance above 5, which it has.


      So fella, your great prediction is that Alvarion will go belly up. OK, we can look back on that to see if you are
      ANAL or not.

      I don't need these web boards for fame... I use them as a public scratch
      pad and way to talk more openly... so screw your bloody arse to the wall until you stick!

    • I remember you with a strong buy sentiment not too long ago on AIRN.

      Did you miss this point as usual?

      Comming from both AIRN & ALVR's know it all,I am not surprised at all, But, I know something you can cram up your A$$ Pal! and yes, of late you have been bashing AIRN. Comming from someone that fancy's themself an ANAL-ist of sorts( a fitting name I am sure ) most will just blow it off, but I remember your strong buy sentiment on AIRN.So tell me dip, When ALVR goes belly up, what board will you be looking for fame on?

    • So, you suggest that speaking about AIRN is bashing them? Look at the facts that anyone should be able to judge as facts:

      - Airspan has been losing money and that has led to the falling stock price... not as some supreme idiots would like to suggest, what some other idiots say on stock boards.
      - Stocks are not companies or religions or standards or ego boosting games. It does not whatever contracts they have reported or what you post on a web board, the stock has lost anyone who holds it virtually all of their money.
      - If you are so stupid to say that I am 'bashing AIRN' why not roll up your oney into tight wads and either cram it up your keister or send it to me in a plain envelop... at least I will do something worthwhile with it besides flushing it down the toilet.

      Another idiot bites the dust because they cannot separate fact from fiction.

    • You seem to know soooooo much about all this. How long have you been bashing old AIRN anyway teamrep. I remember you with a strong buy sentiment not too long ago on AIRN.

    • hey pardner, suppose you would buy a hoe from a shaky cowboy only if a larger rustler took it out from under em

      bye now

    • I did not understand anything about your post. Try again without the texas drawl!

    • sorry, get your point

      buyer of AIRN will do good on warranty/service

    • Did you get a load of Airspan's 4th Quarter numbers? Big revenue decline, margins now in the 20's, coupled with high costs and record setting losses. With only $14 million in 4th Quarter revenue, I don't think too many entities are wanting to buy their products regardless of what exchange they're on.

      I never thought ALVR had much to worry about here. Only challenge when taking on Airspan clients will be to change the current Airspan client loss model to one that produces a 'profit'.

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      • "I never thought ALVR had much to worry about here. Only challenge when taking on Airspan clients will be to change the current Airspan client loss model to one that produces a 'profit'."

        I agree on that. However, AIRN did manage to get some traction in the US with, amongst others, a seizable project with Fairpoint.

        It will be interesting to see whether or not ALVR will pick up some of these customers, as it is becoming more and more apparent that ALVR is also targeting rural US broadband and wants some of the stimulus package...

        Most "serious" operators indeed have a policy of not working with "junk" or pink sheet companies, so the AIRN delisting will very likely lead for a further loss of customers for them.

        This of course makes perfect sense, as it takes several quarters, and in some cases years, to get an entire network up and running. You don't want to do this with a supplier which might not be around anymore a few more months down the road.

        I am deucieboy