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$HMMR Emerging Markets Report: The Future of Fiber

ORLANDO, FL / June 13, 2018 / As we peruse the market at large for stories to cover in our pages, we’re often searching for companies staking a real claim in industries that appear to be in the midst of or poised for significant growth. Blockchain and cannabis are obvious examples.

We want to find companies in these potential growth markets that are already operating, functioning, established. And we want them growing too.

When we first were introduced to Hammer Fiber Optic Holdings (OTCQB: HMMR) and their efforts in the fiber optic space we knew that fiber optic companies were getting more attention because of the increased introduction of fiber optic technology in the real world. We didn’t fully realize at that time the scale of fiber optic’s expansion or the strength of the technology.

A recent article in Forbes reports on the future for fiber optic technology. In the piece “The Future of Fiber,” the author speaks to the superiority of Fiber Optic technology, explaining, “Fiber-optic cable sounds like something out of a sci-fi film, and from all the talk, it’d be easy to think that it’s just a marketing gimmick to upsell us on our internet packages. In reality, it’s the cleanest and fastest wide-area network available, and it can offer the highest capacity of any production network connection.”

The article goes on to point out some of the challenges that lie in front of widespread fiber optic implementation as well, challenges that may well lead to an opportunity for companies who offer better mousetrap solutions.

Hammer Fiber has been active, looking to stake its claim in the future of fiber as well. The company has been established to house investments in high capacity broadband infrastructure, aimed at providing choice to disgruntled poorly served subscribers. Hammer Fiber has introduced a technology built on a hybrid architecture between fiber optic long haul infrastructure and high capacity wireless last mile innovation.

This hybrid solution allows high capacity broadband to be delivered through the airwaves to every home and business in sight of the many towers and high points Hammer plans to deploy across cities and towns throughout the United States. Hammer’s solution provides a platform to “cut the cord” and present alternatives to consumers allowing them to choose and use affordable multi-media content when and how they wish to. Hammer will focus investment in this market segment and promote growth through organic and acquisition strategies.

A recent acquisition by Hammer has increased both the company’s revenue potential and customer base. One line in particular from that announcement stands out, as Hammer Fiber founder Mark Stogdill stated, “With the acquisition of 1stPoint’s CLECs and Commercial Mobile Radio Services, we will be able to grow the wireless residential access platform and look toward a national network.

The company’s existing fiber business, the recent acquisition and of course, the recognition of fiber’s ability to improve the way data is delivered dramatically certainly warrants noting. Hammer, it seems, is intent on being a part of the Future of Fiber.

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