Welcome to the June, 2009 installment of our "Clearwire Need To Know," or Clearwire NTK, Research Series. The NTK Series provides quarterly updates on all things related to Clearwire Corp.'s nascent WiMax services, including market launches, pricing schemes, WiMax device availability and recent business deals from the company building a nationwide WiMax network. The Clearwire NTK reports are designed to give anyone interested in Clearwire the most thorough and up-to-date package of news, analysis and short-term outlooks available, in a format designed for easy reading.
Much more comprehensive than short blog posts -- and much more timely and economic than thousand-dollar traditional analyst reports -- our Clearwire NTK reports are "right-sized research" for busy professionals who want to stay as current as possible on all things Clearwire. If you are interested in Clearwire, here is everything you NEED TO KNOW, ready for you to order and download directly from our site
Topping out at just over 3,000 words -- like those good old feature stories that most tech publishers don't have the space or author experience to provide any more, each of our Clearwire NTK reports are available in form factors designed for your convenience, from PDF downloads for your desktop, laptop or netbook, or in formats suitable for reading on your Kindle bookreader
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-- that's no typo, but yes, Four dollars and ninety-five cents
. So for less than the price of a beer at a baseball game, anyone interested in Clearwire -- from investors to partners to resellers, competitors and most importantly, end users -- can have the right information you need, right now, at the right price.
In the June 2009 Clearwire NTK report you will learn:
-- What new markets Clearwire has launched so far this year, and why the company is happy about the initial sales performance in its first "real" market of Portland, Ore.;
-- Why the company should be able to meet its aggressive goals of launching eight new major-city markets before the end of 2009 (hint: it has a head start on infrastructure in some locales);
-- Why Clearwire is still "fidgeting" around with different pricing models, a moving-target menu of service plans that is confusing to those who don't take the time to understand and explain the company's rollout strategy;
-- What new devices are available for Clearwire's WiMax networks, and why end-users may pay less for those devices in the near-term future;
-- Why the recent partnership deal with networking giant Cisco, combined with Clearwire's announced plans to build a test network in Silicon Valley, gives the company better entrée to the innovative developers and entrepreneurs in America's technology capital;
-- What Clearwire's current pricing structure is for all types of end-user and business plans (in a convenient chart).
The new report is available for immediate download from www.sidecutreports.com
for $4.95, or in Kindle format from the Amazon store