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I would really expect the pps to continue higher is the month moves on
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this is the tech that will take us over that buck mark imo:

TLC Engineering CEO Tony Council said, "TLC and SatMAX are prepared to provide SatMAX® satellite communications repeaters to assist the Chilean government's disaster recovery effort. These repeaters will allow government officials and relief workers to use their sat-phones indoors and in temporary comm centers. We have reached out to U.S. relief officials to begin this process."

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satm up 8 % since open bell i believe could see much higher by end of closing bell jmo
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satMAX diffently gots this going on there future looks so bright can't wait to see what the upcomign months have to bring here
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this is where our tech really shines:TLC Engineering CEO Tony Council said, "TLC and SatMAX are prepared to provide SatMAX® satellite communications repeaters to assist the Chilean government's disaster recovery effort. These repeaters will allow government officials and relief workers to use their sat-phones indoors and in temporary comm centers. We have reached out to U.S. relief officials to begin this process."
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we knock this quarter spot out.and will rock into the close imo
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looking for many more contracts from this exposure
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this is where our tech really shines:TLC Engineering CEO Tony Council said, "TLC and SatMAX are prepared to provide SatMAX® satellite communications repeaters to assist the Chilean government's disaster recovery effort. These repeaters will allow government officials and relief workers to use their sat-phones indoors and in temporary comm centers. We have reached out to U.S. relief officials to begin this process."
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looking good hear a nice solid green day waitin on next week i think its gonna be green all around, glad im involved

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OUSTON, TX, Mar 05, 2010 -- SatMAX Corporation (PINKSHEETS: SATM), a leading global provider of wireless, non-line-of-sight, satellite communications equipment, announced today it is working together with Houston-based TLC Engineering to offer emergency satellite communication repeaters to assist in meeting earthquake-stricken Chile's communications needs. The joint SatMAX-TLC initiative comes on the heels of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's recent delivery of 20 satellite phones to Santiago. The Christian Science Monitor reported that Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has been seeking temporary bridges, field hospitals, satellite phones, generators, water purification systems, field kitchens and dialysis centers.

According to SatNews Daily, in addition to the U.S. response, "the United Nations is sending 45 satellite phones to Chile for officials coordinating earthquake relief efforts and is prepared to send 30 tons of food and other aid if the government gives the green light," said Alicia Barcena, executive secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.

TLC Engineering CEO Tony Council said, "TLC and SatMAX are prepared to provide SatMAX(R) satellite communications repeaters to assist the Chilean government's disaster recovery effort. These repeaters will allow government officials and relief workers to use their sat-phones indoors and in temporary comm centers. We have reached out to U.S. relief officials to begin this process." "TLC's disaster recovery experience will be a valuable resource in assisting Chile's recovery efforts. We are happy to be able to support Tony Council's well-organized response to the Chilean crisis," stated SatMAX CEO Don Bresina.

Wireless satellite telephone communications require a direct line-of-sight to the sky to create a link between the handheld satellite phone and the orbiting satellite. This communication link is interrupted when a sat-phone user steps indoors. SatMAX(R) repeater technology enables satellite communications users to quickly and easily make fully wireless voice and data communications from any non-line-of-sight location. Historically, satellite phones have been limited by their requirement to have line-of-sight access to orbiting satellites, with SatMAX(R) users now have the ability to access dependable and uninterrupted wireless satellite communications.

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just waiting for mondays opening it should be good

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(PINKSHEETS: SATM) Green Energy Solution Industries, Inc. (Currently Trading as OTCPK: SATM) announced today that the grant received from the Minister of Energy ---Alberta Energy -- was and is still being dispensed to the Company for the study completed by GESI for the use of waste wood, which in this case is rail ties selected by GESI. The total of the grant award under the Biorefining Commercialization and Market Development Program Grant Agreement was for a total cost of $355,000 (CAD), of which $177,000 was being awarded in the first phase.

The grant for the feasibility study, which was for the study of wood waste for the creation of electricity or energy. Using the results of the study, GESI was able to determine the sources of feedstock for a constantly renewable source of wood waste, which was rail ties, where millions of ties per year are removed and replaced. Rail ties have a very large BTU value due to their treatment with creosote, a petroleum-coal based preservative. Ridding of waste ties has always been a challenge for railroads and services.

The feasibility study accomplished and produced the outcome that the ready availability of feedstock made up of rail ties, was available in places where it is transported after removal from tracks. During the process of the feasibility study, Alberta Energy introduced GESI to On-Track Railway Servicing, who was in need of rail tie disposal. Thus the agreement was reached for On-Track to provide the rail ties at a single location, where On-Track also agreed to a land lease with GESI for a plant and operations to occur.

The feasibility study process resulted in the creation of the business plan for GESI utilizing rail ties. The selection of the technology for the use to break down the rail ties is the current phase the company is completing. Plant funding will be based upon the plant operation and not on an equity funding. GESI expects to have between 4-6 bids for plant selection.

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