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Dear ,

Jon Markman

You don’t have to take it from me ...

Cisco’s Chairman John Chambers says it’s “the most revolutionary change that high tech has ever gone through.”

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Yours for historic technology profits,

Jon Markman
Senior Analyst
Weiss Research

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