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These excerpts taken from the NVTL 10-K filed Mar 16, 2009.

Competition

The market for wireless broadband access solutions is rapidly evolving and increasingly highly competitive. It is likely to continue to be significantly affected by the evolution of new wireless technology standards, new product introductions and the product pricing and other market activities of industry participants. We believe the principal competitive factors impacting the market for our products are price, form factor, time-to-market, features and functionality, performance, quality, and brand. To maintain and improve our competitive position, we must continue to develop new products and solutions, expand our customer base, grow our distribution network and leverage our strategic relationships.

Our wireless communications products currently compete with a variety of devices, including other wireless modems, wireless handsets, wireless handheld computing devices and other wireless devices. Our current and potential competitors include:

 

   

wireless data modem providers, such as Huawei, Option International, Sierra Wireless, Kyocera, Pantech, Sony-Ericsson, and UTStarcom; and

 

   

wireless handset and infrastructure manufacturers, such as Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony-Ericsson.

We believe that we have advantages over each of our primary competitors due in varying measure to the technical and engineering design of our products, the broad range of solutions that we offer, the ease-of-use of our products, our ability to adapt our products to specific customer needs and our competitive pricing. As the market for wireless broadband access solutions expands, other entrants may seek to compete with us either directly or indirectly.

 

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STYLE="margin-top:6px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">The market for wireless broadband access solutions is rapidly evolving and increasingly highly competitive. It is likely to continue to be significantly
affected by the evolution of new wireless technology standards, new product introductions and the product pricing and other market activities of industry participants. We believe the principal competitive factors impacting the market for our
products are price, form factor, time-to-market, features and functionality, performance, quality, and brand. To maintain and improve our competitive position, we must continue to develop new products and solutions, expand our customer base, grow
our distribution network and leverage our strategic relationships.

Our wireless communications products currently compete with a variety
of devices, including other wireless modems, wireless handsets, wireless handheld computing devices and other wireless devices. Our current and potential competitors include:

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wireless data modem providers, such as Huawei, Option International, Sierra Wireless, Kyocera, Pantech, Sony-Ericsson, and UTStarcom; and

 







  

wireless handset and infrastructure manufacturers, such as Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony-Ericsson.

STYLE="margin-top:12px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We believe that we have advantages over each of our primary competitors due in varying measure to the technical and engineering design of our products,
the broad range of solutions that we offer, the ease-of-use of our products, our ability to adapt our products to specific customer needs and our competitive pricing. As the market for wireless broadband access solutions expands, other entrants may
seek to compete with us either directly or indirectly.

 


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These excerpts taken from the NVTL 10-K filed Mar 3, 2008.

Competition

The market for wireless broadband access solutions is rapidly evolving and highly competitive. It is likely to continue to be significantly affected by the evolution of new wireless technology standards, new product introductions and the market activities of industry participants. We believe the principal competitive factors impacting the market for our products are form factor, time-to-market, features and functionality, performance, quality, brand and price. To maintain and improve our competitive position, we must continue to develop new products, expand our customer base, grow our distribution network and leverage our strategic relationships.

Our wireless communications products currently compete with a variety of devices, including other wireless modems, wireless handsets, wireless handheld computing devices and other wireless devices. Our current and potential competitors include:

 

   

wireless data modem providers, such as Huawei, Option International, Sierra Wireless, Kyocera, Pantech, Sony-Ericsson, and UTStarcom; and

 

   

wireless handset and infrastructure manufacturers, such as Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony-Ericsson.

We believe that we have advantages over each of our primary competitors due to the technical and engineering design of our products, the broad range of solutions that we offer, the ease-of-use of our products, our ability to adapt our products to specific customer needs and our competitive pricing. As the market for wireless broadband access solutions expands, other entrants may seek to compete with us.

Competition

SIZE="2">The market for wireless broadband access solutions is rapidly evolving and highly competitive. It is likely to continue to be significantly affected by the evolution of new wireless technology standards, new product introductions and the
market activities of industry participants. We believe the principal competitive factors impacting the market for our products are form factor, time-to-market, features and functionality, performance, quality, brand and price. To maintain and
improve our competitive position, we must continue to develop new products, expand our customer base, grow our distribution network and leverage our strategic relationships.

STYLE="margin-top:12px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">Our wireless communications products currently compete with a variety of devices, including other wireless modems, wireless handsets, wireless handheld
computing devices and other wireless devices. Our current and potential competitors include:

 







  

wireless data modem providers, such as Huawei, Option International, Sierra Wireless, Kyocera, Pantech, Sony-Ericsson, and UTStarcom; and

 







  

wireless handset and infrastructure manufacturers, such as Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony-Ericsson.

STYLE="margin-top:12px;margin-bottom:0px; text-indent:4%">We believe that we have advantages over each of our primary competitors due to the technical and engineering design of our products, the broad range of
solutions that we offer, the ease-of-use of our products, our ability to adapt our products to specific customer needs and our competitive pricing. As the market for wireless broadband access solutions expands, other entrants may seek to compete
with us.

This excerpt taken from the NVTL 10-K filed Mar 16, 2007.

Competition

The market for wireless broadband access solutions is rapidly evolving and highly competitive. It is likely to continue to be significantly affected by the evolution of new wireless technology standards, new product introductions and the market activities of industry participants. We believe the principal competitive factors impacting the market for our products are form factor, time-to-market, features and functionality, performance, quality, brand and price. To maintain and improve our competitive position, we must continue to develop new products, expand our customer base, grow our distribution network and leverage our strategic relationships.

Our wireless communications products currently compete with a variety of devices, including other wireless modems, wireless handsets, wireless handheld computing devices and other wireless devices. Our current and potential competitors include:

 

   

wireless data modem providers, such as Huawei, Option International, Sierra Wireless, Kyocera, and Sony-Ericsson; and

   

wireless handset and infrastructure manufacturers, such as Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony-Ericsson.

We believe that we have advantages over each of our primary competitors due to the technical and engineering design of our products, the broad range of solutions that we offer, the ease-of-use of our products, our ability to adapt our products to specific customer needs and our competitive pricing. As the market for wireless broadband access solutions expands, other entrants may seek to compete with us.

This excerpt taken from the NVTL 10-K filed Mar 16, 2006.

Competition

The market for wireless broadband access solutions is rapidly evolving and highly competitive. It is likely to continue to be significantly affected by the evolution of new wireless technology standards, new product introductions and the market activities of industry participants. We believe the principal competitive factors impacting the market for our products are form factor, time-to-market, features and functionality, performance, quality, brand and price. To maintain and improve our competitive position, we must continue to develop new products, expand our customer base, grow our distribution network and leverage our strategic relationships.

Our wireless communications products currently compete with a variety of devices, including other wireless modems, wireless handsets, wireless handheld computing devices and other wireless devices. Our current and potential competitors include:

 

    wireless data modem providers, such as Huawei, Option International, Sierra Wireless, Kyocera, Pantech-Curitel and Sony-Ericsson;

 

    wireless computing device manufacturers, such as palmOne and Research in Motion; and

 

    wireless handset and infrastructure manufacturers, such as Motorola, Nokia, Siemens and Sony-Ericsson.

We believe that we have advantages over each of our primary competitors due to the technical and engineering design of our products, the broad range of solutions that we offer, the ease-of-use of our products, our ability to adapt our products to specific customer needs and our competitive pricing. As the market for wireless broadband access solutions expands, other entrants may seek to compete with us.

This excerpt taken from the NVTL 10-K filed Mar 16, 2005.

Competition

 

The market for wireless broadband access solutions is rapidly evolving and highly competitive. It is likely to continue to be significantly affected by the evolution of new wireless technology standards, new product introductions and the market activities of industry participants. We believe the principal competitive factors impacting the market for our products are form factor, time-to-market, features and functionality, performance, quality, brand and price. To maintain and improve our competitive position, we must continue to develop new products, expand our customer base, grow our distribution network and leverage our strategic relationships.

 

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Our primary competitors include Option International, Sierra Wireless and Sony-Ericsson. We believe that we have advantages over each of our primary competitors due to the technical and engineering design of our products, the broad range of solutions that we offer, the ease-of-use of our products, our ability to adapt our products to specific customer needs and our competitive pricing. As the market for wireless broadband access solutions expands, other entrants may seek to compete with us.

 

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