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Member Since: July 12, 2017
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Comment: Re: Exactly! - srufolo1 - 12/12/2018
Comment: Re: Exactly! - srufolo1 - 12/10/2018
Comment: Re: Exactly! - srufolo1 - 12/9/2018
Comment: Re: Some vendors - srufolo1 - 12/9/2018
Comment: Re: Classical - srufolo1 - 11/30/2018
Comment: Re: not sure - srufolo1 - 11/29/2018
Comment: M2M - srufolo1 - 11/29/2018
Comment: Re: Exactly! - srufolo1 - 11/29/2018
Comment: Re: Exactly! - srufolo1 - 11/29/2018
Comment: Re: Some vendors - srufolo1 - 11/29/2018
Comment: Re: Open the Mesh - srufolo1 - 11/29/2018
Comment: Re: Social Interaction - srufolo1 - 11/29/2018
Comment: Re: Generation - srufolo1 - 11/27/2018
Comment: Re: Better Jobs - srufolo1 - 11/27/2018
Comment: Talk Like an Egyptian - srufolo1 - 11/17/2018
Comment: Better Jobs - srufolo1 - 11/17/2018
Comment: Re: Timeline - srufolo1 - 11/17/2018
Comment: Slice of Altice - srufolo1 - 11/15/2018
Comment: Congratulations - srufolo1 - 11/15/2018
Comment: Re: Open the Mesh - srufolo1 - 11/7/2018
Comment: Re: Sound Science - srufolo1 - 11/7/2018
Comment: Sound Science - srufolo1 - 11/3/2018
Comment: Re: Who will pay - srufolo1 - 11/2/2018
Comment: Re: Classical - srufolo1 - 11/2/2018
Comment: Profitability - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Re: Who will pay - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Open the Mesh - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Verizon's NG-PON2 - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Intelligent Access - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Coming Up - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Altice Portugal - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Re: Classical - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Connecting Australia - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Re: end user - srufolo1 - 10/31/2018
Comment: Enlightening - srufolo1 - 10/30/2018
Comment: Re: Sweet Spot - srufolo1 - 10/30/2018
Comment: Re: Culture - srufolo1 - 10/30/2018
Comment: Re: More For Less - srufolo1 - 10/28/2018
Comment: Sweet Spot - srufolo1 - 10/28/2018
Comment: More For Less - srufolo1 - 10/28/2018
Comment: Culture - srufolo1 - 10/28/2018
Comment: Re: Whole Lotta Fiber - srufolo1 - 10/25/2018
Comment: Re: Smaller is Better - srufolo1 - 10/25/2018
Comment: Re: Smaller is Better - srufolo1 - 10/17/2018
Comment: Re: Whole Lotta Fiber - srufolo1 - 10/16/2018
Comment: Re: wave of the hand - srufolo1 - 10/16/2018
Comment: Re: Smaller is Better - srufolo1 - 10/14/2018
Comment: Whole Lotta Fiber - srufolo1 - 10/14/2018
Comment: Crazy Idea - srufolo1 - 10/14/2018
Comment: Partnering Up - srufolo1 - 10/5/2018
Comment: Sing Her Praises - srufolo1 - 10/5/2018
Comment: Population - srufolo1 - 10/5/2018
Comment: Cupcakes, Por Favor - srufolo1 - 9/30/2018
Comment: Scrapping Form 325 - srufolo1 - 9/30/2018
Comment: Re: Support - srufolo1 - 9/28/2018
Comment: Re: Great Ideas - srufolo1 - 9/27/2018
Comment: T-Mobile/Sprint Deal - srufolo1 - 9/26/2018
Comment: Re: Great Direction - srufolo1 - 9/19/2018
Comment: Re: Moving Up - srufolo1 - 9/19/2018
Comment: Re: No More Cable - srufolo1 - 9/17/2018
Comment: No More Cable - srufolo1 - 9/17/2018
Comment: Re: Moving Up - srufolo1 - 9/16/2018
Comment: Re: Digital Divide - srufolo1 - 9/16/2018
Comment: Re: Funding - srufolo1 - 9/14/2018
Comment: Digital Divide - srufolo1 - 9/13/2018
Comment: Moving Up - srufolo1 - 9/11/2018

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