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Xplornet and Hughes Sign Agreement for EchoStar XIX Satellite
WOODSTOCK, NB, May 14, 2014 /CNW/ - Xplornet Communications Inc., Canada's leading rural broadband service provider, today announced that it has committed to Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), to a lifetime lease for all of the Canadian ...
Xplornet and Hughes Sign Agreement for Echostar XIX High Throughput ...  PR Newswire (press release)
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Patent-Eligibility After Alice: A Summary Of Decisions That Found Software ...
Hughes Communications (C.D. Ca. Nov. 3, 2014), the court denied a motion for summary judgment of invalidity of certain ... In U.S.
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Xplornet plans 'unprecedented' expansion of high-speed Internet to all of ...
In addition to three satellites it presently uses, it has committed up to $275-million for capacity on ViaSat Inc.'s ViaSat-2 satellite and about $200-million for Canadian broadband capacity on Hughes Network Systems LLC's Echostar XIX satellite. The ...
Xplornet pledges fast internet for rural, remote areas  CBC.ca
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Rogers CEO Guy Laurence's swagger in face of 'crybaby' BCE would have made ...
Guy Laurence's swagger would have made the late Ted Rogers proud; his numbers so far as chief executive of Rogers Communications Inc., maybe not so much. The former CEO of Vodofone UK, who took over the corner office at the telecommunications ...
Rogers profit drops 28% even as revenue increases  CBC.ca
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Shaw profit beats estimates, revenue doesn't
RBC Dominion analyst Drew McReynolds said the cable division financial results were below expectations but its subscriber results were in line.
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Quebecor Inc in talks with potential partners as it eyes becoming fourth ...
The chief executive of Quebecor Inc. has thrown down the gauntlet to Canada's dominant wireless companies, declaring that the Quebec-based communications conglomerate is ready to enter the battle to become the country's fourth wireless player.
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CRTC hears Canada's Big Three telecoms distorting market by charging small ...
What's the incentive? The incentive to us are the margins in the retail market,� Mr. Hughes said. �This� is not in the public ... The incumbent wireless providers - Rogers Communications Inc., BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. - have spent billions of dollars ...
CRTC urged to create conditions for 4th wireless carrier  CBC.ca
Competition Bureau calls for more regulation to cut wireless roaming rates  Globalnews.ca
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Canada's Top 100 Employers make their workplaces exceptional
Competition focuses on eight key areas: 1) physical workplace; 2) work and social atmosphere; 3) health, financial and family benefits; 4) vacation and time off; 5) employee communications focused on how employers capture employee feedback; 6 ...
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Canadians paying more for communications services: CRTC
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission published the final version of its yearly communications monitoring report Thursday, adding detail on consumer spending to previously released figures on industry revenues.
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California district court helps clarify when software claims are patent ...
Software patent owners, take heart. In a detailed order signed November 3, 2014 in California Institute of Technology v. Hughes Communications Inc.,1 Judge Mariana Pfaelzer of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California found that ...
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