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Mar 28, 2005

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Aswath

If the technology constrains them at pps as opposed to mbps, then let them put a cap on that metric in the service contract. Once I know the real constraint, then I can come up with a procedure to realize my application.

By the way, if and when such service providers offer their own VoIP service, will they then allow my voice packets? The funadamental problem is that people see gold in POTS. Or we are still learning how to equitably share a common resource.

Irwin Lazar

Aswath, I think you are completely right. What is needed is more clarity from ClearWire on their actual system constraints.

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