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|Subject: Cyber-Care in the Home Monitoring Market||Date: 10/3/2000 2:50 AM|
|Author: GorillaGorilla||Number: 50 of 70|
Totally forgot about this board. Created from the argument about transgenic mice.
I've been looking at a stock that I feel has the Gorilla Game around it.
This is the original posting. For now ignore the sales revenues for now, I need to update that section. The key thing is the market is the 1% of the population who are chronically ill and costing $70,000 each per year. This is a big and lucrative market. Each unit a hospital buys will save that hospital money. In the case of Cyber-Care each dollar they spend they save $4. A good proposition.
Home monitoring market has a gorilla feel to it.
Here's why I think it could be a gorilla candidate.
The important think is that they have key patents about using home monitors using TCP/IP protocol and they are the only company that saw how important it was that the products should be networked.
This is my posting on why I think it could be a candiate.
The network is their key advantage. It's smart and delivers services which you cannot manage on a point to point system. In particular they are charging each unit user $200 per month for using the network. Like I say very lucrative.
Here is a white paper on the network
It's not mice but I think if you are in biotechnology Gorilla game you should look at it. If only because you want to discount it :)
Information is not a problem. You can have as much as you want. Got a question. I'll try to answer it or find someone who can.
Here's the board
Here is a transcript from the last AGM link - note taken from an investor who recorded it. This is not an official company release.
Relamatrix group alliance link
Colin Medical group selcted for EHC
CyberCare, News Releases:
Cyber selects 1st US manufacturer 4/12/2000http://www.ragingbull.com/news/news.cgi?articleid=CMTXAb5609
Cyber announces Brown Schools agreement 4/6/2000
CyberCare, "Electronic House Call":
Murray's 2001 Analysis, revised:
CyberCare's Remote Monitoring Solution: