Thursday, January 12, 2006

Pure Networks gets more money -- $12.5 million -- but sheds some staff

Although home networks are growing in popularity, they still are not the easiest technology to configure and manage, said Kurt Scherf, principal analyst at marketing and consulting firm Parks Associates.

"They are not easy to operate, the performance is not meeting (consumers') expectations and they don't have it secured," Scherf said. "There are a host of issues that people have."

From the article "Pure Networks gets more money -- $12.5 million -- but sheds some staff," by John Cook.

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