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Gerry Moersdorf is betting that most people will continue to use dial-up connections to the Internet in the years to come - not cable moderns, satellites or other high-bandwidth access methods.
Moersdorf is chairman, president and CEO of Applied Innovation Inc., which sells switches to Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) and other large carriers. These switches help a carrier's diverse equipment systems communicate with each other and aid in administration and customer service.
Applied Innovation's core business grew to $47 million last year and Moersdorf projects it will hit $100 million in the next three to five years. He said the global market is practically untapped.
Last week, the Dublin-based company said it is seeking a partner to expand development of its Internet access product line.
Moersdorf won't disclose names, but he indicated it would probably be one of the large telecom …