Competitive Alternatives to the CBI™

Existing rural implementations include cable, satellite, and DSL:

• All have inferior data rates and lack the ability to bring a choice of service providers to the users.

• The existing cable or copper infrastructure could attempt to bring multiple service providers to the users, but lack the ability to provide clear separation of service provider traffic with proper security over the existing network.

• They also lack the ability to integrate proprietary hardware into an existing network not designed to do so.

A new optical network deployed in the same geographical market:

• It is too expensive for a single service provider to deploy an optical infrastructure to rural America. The investment doesn't make financial sense.

• Once the CBI™ network is in place, the numbers will never make sense without another revolutionary change in the business model or technology.

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