, which provides high-speed data connections, fell 44.4% in preopen
trading after the company said it would miss the Street estimates for third-quarter earnings due to weaker demand from customers.
The company said it would take a $30 to $35 million charge for an inventory write-down, and expects to post results between breakeven and a loss of 2 cents per share. The
First Call/Thomson Financial
estimate called for a 12-cent profit. The company also expects fourth-quarter and full-year results to be affected.