Thanks, George, we're really having a good time with this.  

I'll go off line with anything that even hints at commerce but feel
relatively comfortable staying in my realm; how it works and other technical
topics.

The vast majority of deployments have been in cable MSOs.  There is a very
small version for medium ISPs and large hospitality systems (collections of
large hotels in destination areas with 1000s of users).  In Korea they are
interested in advertising to subsidize rate lowering and there, they don't
seem to mind screen clutter...and, in fact, enjoy it.  As I mentioned, in
Europe, byte-cap subscriptions are the broadband norm and it's used to alert
a sub to upcoming exceedance and an offer to upgrade...much better received
before the cap is exceeded and the rate drops to dial-up speeds.  It's hard
to sell anything to an enraged customer.

So, I'll go look at the commercial side and be ready to continue that part
off line.  I'm really not familiar with that part, actually.

. . . j o n a t h a n
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-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of George Rogato
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 1:07 PM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] bits per mbps

Butch Evans wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Dec 2006, Jonathan Schmidt wrote:
> 
>> been installed in very large cable operators.  I'd be happy to talk 
>> off-line.  It does scale smoothly from 1K to millions of subs.
> 
> There have been 2 people who've asked for some other detail on the list, 
> and I'll add my name in the hat for that.  With (now) 3 people asking 
> for some detail, please provide a bit of detail onlist.
> 
> It is (I assume) a server (proxy?) of sorts.  What platform does the 
> server run on?  Does it require specialized hardware?  What is required 
> to get it running on the client end?  Is it a special application, or is 
> it a browser plugin type thing?
> 

I just want to know how much it cost. Offlist with the answer if you 
feel it's not for public viewing.

I might add, that I can't think of anyone who would not want to have 
this available to them.

Seems like Jonathan Schmidt has a winner!

George

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