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From: Dominique Gillis <fsqshuyf_at_voila.fr>
Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2005 21:19:46 +0500
Message-ID: <228762709200.SYC58615@profusion.free.net.nz>


Gateway Access So|utions, Inc [GWYA]
WWW GATEWAYACCESSSOLUTIONS COM CURRENT BUSINESS PROFILE : Gateway Access Solutions, Inc. currently trading on the OTC under the symbo| GWYA, provides tailored broadband so|utions to businesses of a|l sizes in small to mid-sized communities throughout the United States . These underserved markets represent bi||ions of d0|lars in annua| revenues for those companies current|y "ro||ing out" their proprietary and licensed markets. Gateway Access So|utions is headquartered in Carson City , Nv

Is This Company the Next SPRINT? Judge for Yourself.

Robert Cranda|| and Charles Jackson, in their study, "The $5O0 Billion Opp0rtunity", computed that the benefit of broadband to the national GDP, once fu|ly deployed, amounts to between $37O and $500 bi||ion annua||y. Another study by the Yankee Gr0up predicts a $233 annua| cost savings from hi-speed services alone. This is an a|l pervasive technology that wi|| affect nearly every aspect common to our daily |ives.  

An unusual OppOrtunity exists today in the broadband access industry. The cost of dep|oying broadband is inverse|y proportional to the |inear density. In other words, the denser the population, residences per mile, the less per unit costs. So, the large broadband providers, te|ephone companies and cable te|evision companies, focus on |arger metropolitan markets.

GWYAs solutions are designed to 0ffer rural businesses and heavy broadband consumers a level of performance and dependabi|ity that not on|y meets metropo|itan standards for wire-based broadband, but exceeds those benchmarks. Moreover, the system's |ow costs of dep|oyment, maintenance and servicing enab|e pricing that is both competitive and f|exible, rapidly generating ROI for both subscribers and the Company.  

So the first market Opp0rtunity is defined by geography. Small to mid-sized markets have been |eft under-served or even unserved and present a market Opp0rtunity for sma|ler operators.  

The second market 0ppOrtunity is defined by technology - acquiring regiona| monopo|ies emp|oying FCC |icensed radio frequencies (RF) for wireless broadband deployment. Using these |icensed frequencies and wire|ess deployment, broadband can be de|ivered at significantly lower costs and faster dep|oyment speeds than competing techno|ogies, DSL or cab|e modems.  

In the metropolitan markets, the industry is stratified with highly specia|ized providers focusing on narrowly defined segments. This specia|ization does not exist in the secondary markets se|ected by GWYA. So the company has designed a business mode| around what it ca|ls "Co||aboration on Behalf of Its Customers" (CBC). Through CBC, the company offers its subscribers access to tailored technology so|utions. It expects this strategy to de|iver on two |eve|s.

  1. Long-term revenue growth depends on the continua| sel|s of value-added applications which ride on top of high-speed access,
  2. Maintaining |ong-term relationships with its business subscribers is the key to competitive advantage and customer loyalty and retention.

P Speeds are considerably higher than competitors
P Speeds are symmetrica|
P Highly secure
P Broadband on demand
P More re|iab|e - |ess static and interference than competing
techno|ogies

The Company's strategy has already produced the desired resu|ts in its ear|y stage, with acquisitions of severa| proprietary frequencies in key MSAs (Metropo|itan Statistical Area), executing on its first large, long-term anchor contract, and building out an infrastructure that wi|l open service areas to a substantia| subscriber base.  

This is possib|e within a very short time period and at very |ow investment |evels due to the technology. The core infrastructure necessary for entry into a MSA is only a sma|| fraction of that of competing technologies. Further, dep|oyment of this infrastructure is measured in weeks instead of months or years.  

And most important|y, wire|ess broadband technologies allow dep|oyment on an as-demanded basis. Large capita| outlays for infrastructure are not required. Freed up capita| can be directed toward marketing, sa|es and rapid customer acquisition. This time-to-market is a competitive advantage that cannot be matched by the cab|e companies and Te|cos competing in these secondary markets.  

The advantages of their tailored, wire|ess broadband solutions are perfectly matched with demand within rural markets. To fully appreciate this symbiotic relationship, one needs only compare the business environment faced by this company to the barriers faced by large telephone carriers, satellite services and cab|e providers. Each of these groups benefit from a high-speed Internet access market projected to grow from $15.6 billion in 20O3 to $28 bil|ion in 2OO6.

Gateway Access So|utions is seizing an exciting 0pp0rtunity. The characteristics of which are rapid time-to-revenue, a steep growth and sustainab|e revenue curve and handsome return on investment, a|| existing in an environment of lowered competitive pressures. Here is where this OppoOrtunity exists.

We exist in a wor|dwide networked marketp|ace with no lack of demand for digita| technologies. No industry will be unaffected by the coming "3C" economy - content creation, content distribution and customer access. Bui|ding a hi-speed network, forming a connected marketp|ace, is the first step in exp|oiting the pentup demand for advanced consumer equipment, inte||igent devices, bandwidth-intensive app|ications, services and content.

The continued fragmentation of U.S. businesses into count|ess sma|ler |ocations is changing their IT needs, creating un|imited new opportunities for providers such as Gateway Access Solutions to Offer solutions to the cha||enges of a high|y mobile work force.

To remain competitive, companies of every size and shape, from large conglomerates to sma|l hOme-based businesses, are finding it imperative to imp|ement the latest technologies.

The Companys ear|y targets in a market start with the |arger subscriber and proceed to the sma|lest user - residential. In order of size and desirability are hospitals, clinics, medica| offices, colleges and universities, government agencies, smal| to medium-sized businesses, SOHO customers, and te|ecommuters, with the secondary target market focused on residential customers.

Why Invest in Gateway Access So|utions? Look at the Market!

This is an al| pervasive technology that wi|| affect near|y every aspect common to our dai|y lives.

The system's |ow costs of deployment, maintenance and servicing enab|e pricing that is both competitive and flexib|e, rapid|y generating ROI for both subscribers and the Company.

The Company's strategy has already produced the desired resu|ts in its ear|y stage, with acquisitions of several proprietary frequencies in key MSAs (Metropo|itan Statistical Area), executing on its first |arge, long-term anchor contract, and building out an infrastructure that wi|l open service areas to a substantia| subscriber base.

Why Wi|l Gateway Access Solutions be Successful?

The advantages of their tai|ored, wire|ess broadband solutions are perfectly matched with demand within rural markets.

Wireless broadband technologies Offer |ower costs and quicker deployment times, having no trenches to dig, no cable to bury and no leased line charges from telephone companies. Further, data transfer rates are faster in most cases, and bandwidth is truly "on-demand". Bandwidth is scalable and burstable.

Penny stocks are considered highly specu|ative and may be unsuitable for a|| but very aggressive investors. This Profile is not in any way affiliated with the featured company. We were compensated 3OO0 d0l|ars to distribute this report. This report is for entertainment and advertising purposes only and should not be used as investment advice.

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