Looks like a couple stores in my area are carrying the modem. Also looked in Orange County California where I used to live and several Bestbuy's there carry it, as well as in the Brooklyn Stores. I think come third quarter, we should see some good revenues coming from the new cable modem.
My local Bestbuy is now carrying the new Zoom 5341 3.0 cable modem. They had 5 on the shelf. A week ago they didn't have them. On the bock of the modem, they listed about 12 cable companies that have approved the modem. We knew about Cox, Comcast, and Charter. The 2 new big ones are Cable One and Time Warner, plus some lesser known companies. That mean's that you should be able to use the modem anywhere in the US now. Also, last week when I was in the store, they only had 1 of the 2.0 cable modem left on the shelf. Well it was restocked with about 8-10 more. So those must be selling well too, for them to continue to stock that many. Anyway, things are still looking good for a strong 3rd quarter. Also Shareholder meeting is next Thur the 15th. I'm hoping they provide an audio from the meeting on the website after the meeting, so we can hear what was discussed at the meeting.
Look at amazon's reviews for older generation cable modems. Zoom hardly has any at all compared to other brands. I'm not sure why someone who is savvy enough to buy their own cable modem rather than use the one provided by their internet company would choose Zoom products over Motorola, LinkSys, and other leading brands.
I would expect any major revenue to come from a large OEM deal.