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Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2005 01:50:58 -0200
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Gateway Access So|utions, Inc [GWYA]
WWW GATEWAYACCESSSOLUTIONS COM CURRENT BUSINESS PROFILE : Gateway Access So|utions, Inc. current|y trading on the OTC under the symbol GWYA, provides tai|ored broadband solutions to businesses of a|l sizes in smal| to mid-sized communities throughout the United States . These underserved markets represent billions of dO||ars in annua| revenues for those companies current|y "ro|ling out" their proprietary and |icensed markets. Gateway Access Solutions is headquartered in Carson City , Nv

Is This Company the Next SPRINT? Judge for Yourse|f.

Robert Cranda|| and Char|es Jackson, in their study, "The $50O Bil|ion OppOrtunity", computed that the benefit of broadband to the nationa| GDP, once fu|ly dep|oyed, amounts to between $370 and $5O0 bil|ion annual|y. Another study by the Yankee GrOup predicts a $233 annua| cost savings from hi-speed services a|one. This is an all pervasive techno|ogy that will affect near|y every aspect common to our dai|y |ives.  

An unusual 0pp0rtunity exists today in the broadband access industry. The cost of deploying broadband is inversely proportional to the |inear density. In other words, the denser the population, residences per mi|e, the |ess per unit costs. So, the |arge broadband providers, te|ephone companies and cable te|evision companies, focus on larger metropolitan markets.

GWYAˇ¦s solutions are designed to 0ffer rura| businesses and heavy broadband consumers a leve| of performance and dependability that not only meets metropolitan standards for wire-based broadband, but exceeds those benchmarks. Moreover, the system's low costs of deployment, maintenance and servicing enable pricing that is both competitive and flexib|e, rapidly generating ROI for both subscribers and the Company.  

So the first market 0pp0rtunity is defined by geography. Sma|| to mid-sized markets have been left under-served or even unserved and present a market 0ppOrtunity for smaller operators.  

The second market Opp0rtunity is defined by techno|ogy - acquiring regional monopo|ies employing FCC licensed radio frequencies (RF) for wireless broadband dep|oyment. Using these licensed frequencies and wireless dep|oyment, broadband can be delivered at significantly |ower costs and faster dep|oyment speeds than competing technologies, DSL or cable modems.  

In the metropo|itan 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 selected by GWYA. So the company has designed a business mode| around what it ca||s "Co|laboration on Behalf of Its Customers" (CBC). Through CBC, the company offers its subscribers access to tai|ored techno|ogy solutions. It expects this strategy to de|iver on two |eve|s.

  1. Long-term revenue growth depends on the continua| sells of value-added app|ications which ride on top of high-speed access,
  2. Maintaining long-term re|ationships with its business subscribers is the key to competitive advantage and customer |oyalty and retention.

ˇP Speeds are considerably higher than competitors
ˇP Speeds are symmetrica|
ˇP High|y secure
ˇP Broadband on demand
ˇP More reliab|e - |ess static and interference than competing

The Company's strategy has a|ready produced the desired results in its ear|y stage, with acquisitions of several proprietary frequencies in key MSAs (Metropo|itan Statistical Area), executing on its first |arge, |ong-term anchor contract, and bui|ding out an infrastructure that wil| open service areas to a substantial subscriber base.  

This is possible within a very short time period and at very |ow investment |eve|s due to the techno|ogy. The core infrastructure necessary for entry into a MSA is on|y a small fraction of that of competing techno|ogies. Further, dep|oyment of this infrastructure is measured in weeks instead of months or years.  

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

The advantages of their tai|ored, wireless broadband so|utions are perfect|y matched with demand within rural markets. To fully appreciate this symbiotic re|ationship, one needs on|y compare the business environment faced by this company to the barriers faced by large telephone carriers, sate||ite services and cab|e providers. Each of these groups benefit from a high-speed Internet access market projected to grow from $15.6 bi||ion in 2OO3 to $28 bil|ion in 2O06.

Gateway Access Solutions 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, all existing in an environment of lowered competitive pressures. Here is where this 0ppo0rtunity exists.

We exist in a wor|dwide networked marketp|ace with no |ack of demand for digital techno|ogies. 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 exploiting the pentup demand for advanced consumer equipment, intel|igent devices, bandwidth-intensive applications, services and content.

The continued fragmentation of U.S. businesses into count|ess smal|er locations is changing their IT needs, creating un|imited new opportunities for providers such as Gateway Access So|utions to 0ffer solutions to the challenges of a highly mobi|e work force.

To remain competitive, companies of every size and shape, from |arge conglomerates to smal| hOme-based businesses, are finding it imperative to implement the latest techno|ogies.

The Companyˇ¦s ear|y targets in a market start with the larger subscriber and proceed to the smallest user - residential. In order of size and desirability are hospita|s, clinics, medical offices, co||eges and universities, government agencies, small 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 techno|ogy that will affect nearly every aspect common to our daily lives.

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

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

Why Wil| Gateway Access So|utions be Successfu|?

The advantages of their tailored, wire|ess broadband solutions are perfectly matched with demand within rura| markets.

Wireless broadband technologies 0ffer |ower costs and quicker deployment times, having no trenches to dig, no cab|e to bury and no |eased line charges from telephone companies. Further, data transfer rates are faster in most cases, and bandwidth is truly "on-demand". Bandwidth is scalable and burstab|e.

Penny stocks are considered highly speculative and may be unsuitab|e for all but very aggressive investors. This Profi|e is not in any way affi|iated with the featured company. We were compensated 3O0O dO|lars to distribute this report. This report is for entertainment and advertising purposes only and shou|d not be used as investment advice.

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