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Satellite Set-Top-Box Market on the Move: Report
4/6/2010 - In 2009, more than 100 million satellite set-top box units were sold, which represents more than 50 percent of the total STB market for that year, according to an In-Stat report.
C-COM Satellite Systems Reports 'Increase' in Sales, Maintenance of 'Profitable Position'
4/6/2010 - Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems, which sells mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, recently announced financial results for the fiscal year ended November 30, 2009.
C-COM Satellite Systems Announces Profit, First Dividend Ever
4/1/2010 - Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems, which sells mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, recently announced financial results for the fiscal year ended November 30, 2009.
C-COM Offers iNetVu Portable Satellite Antenna Training in April
3/23/2010 - On April 20-22, C-COM Satellite Systems will hold an on-site intensive workshop at its Ottawa headquarters on various aspects of the iNetVu portable satellite system set-up and configuration.
C-COM Heads Off to Satellite Show
3/16/2010 - This Tuesday, March 16, begins the Satellite 2010 show at the Gaylord National Convention Center. Among the companies participating will be C-COM Satellite Systems.
Positioning Technologies to Help Drive MLBS to $12 Billion by 2014
3/8/2010 - New hybrid positioning technologies are expected to help drive the mobile location-based services market to exceed $12 billion by 2014, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
Digital Satellite News Gathering Spreads Worldwide
3/4/2010 - Score another for "digital satellite news gathering" -- a market that's only going to get bigger as the need for high-tech communications expands.
C-COM Marks Milestones in the Portable Satellite Antenna Market
2/24/2010 - a world where news focuses so much on downtrodden economies, poverty and controversial legislation, it's nice to reflect on the positive. In the spirit of Vancouver-inspired Olympic Gold Medal bliss, another Canadian force is making its mark. Portable satellite antenna maker C-COM Satellite Systems' latest newsletter highlights some seriously medal-worthy accomplishments.
Portable Satellite Antenna Report: iNetVu Training One Week Away
2/18/2010 - In just days, C-COM will host the first iNetVu satellite systems training workshop of 2010, to be held at its Ottawa headquarters Feb. 23-25.
C-COM Portable Satellite Antenna Training Two Weeks Away
2/9/2010 - As February goes into its second week, the year's first hands-on training session for C-COM Satellite Systems' iNetVu portable satellite antenna draws closer. There is limited space, so to ensure a spot, sign up now.
C-COM Offers Dealer Training in February
2/1/2010 - This just in: C-COM Satellite Systems is offering theoretical and hands-on training courses to its dealers in February. Sign up early, as there's limited space. The workshops, described as "intensive" by company officials, consist of "various aspects of the iNetVu system set-up and configuration; third-party component integration; maintenance and trouble shooting."
Portable Satellite Antenna Report: C-COM's iNetVu Deployed for Mobile Breast Cancer Screening in New Zealand
1/28/2010 - These days portable satellite antennas are used for a variety of noble purposes, from digital satellite news gathering to military communications. But news that C-COM Satellite Systems' iNetVu antenna has been deployed the first time for mobile breast cancer screening in rural New Zealand is something truly exceptional and heartwarming.
Portable Satellite Antenna Report: New Satellite Internet Service Helps Afghanistan-Based Military Personnel
1/26/2010 - TS2 Satellite Technologies announced it is deploying new broadband services based on its Eutelsat EB4 and W6 satellites to serve Afghan market, which also includes soldiers stationed in Afghanistan.
C-COM Portable Satellite Antenna Systems Deployed by New Zealand Government
1/13/2010 - C-COM Satellite Systems has delivered an initial number of iNetVu Mobile antenna systems to its Christchurch, New Zealand-based reseller for deployment by a New Zealand government agency for emergency communications.
Interview: Solar Power Boosts Portable Satellite Antennas
1/5/2010 - Ottawa-based satellite technology manufacturer C-COM was among the solar-minded providers in 2009, having released the iNetVu portable satellite antenna and the iNetVu SolarPack -- a rugged, portable solar power system that can supply up to 600W of quiet AC power for fast-deployment, multi-day situations. The S1600 is ideal for communication and/or electronic equipment where reliable, high quality power is required.
C-COM: Interest in Portable Satellite Antenna Market, New Developments to Make 2010 a 'Better' Year
12/29/2009 - In the satellite industry, new services and products made for an exciting 2009 – in spite of a looming recession.
C-COM's iNetVu Portable Satellite Antenna Technology Aids UK's Emergency Services System
12/15/2009 - C-COM Satellite Systems, Inc., has announced that its value added reseller, Excelerate Technology, a UK-based developer of satellite broadband systems that deliver effective communications, has achieved a leading market position thanks in part to C-COM's iNetVu satellite antenna system.
C-COM President Opens Up About 2009 Highlights
12/11/2009 - For many industries, 2009 was a challenging year that gave a hefty financial blow to bottom lines. But this holiday season, things are much cheerier - especially in industries like satellite.
Satellite Report: Digital Broadcast Demand Spurs Transponder Market Growth
12/1/2009 - The world satellite transponders market is growing, thanks to the increasing popularity of digital broadcast entertainment services and digital video broadcast services.
C-COM Satellite Systems Brings iNetVu Portable Satellite Antenna to InterBEE 2009, Japan
11/17/2009 - If you're in the satellite space, you've doubt interested in emerging portable satellite antennas that can deliver high-bandwidth applications in remote areas. And if you're in Japan for the International Broadcast Equipment Exhibition – better known as InterBEE 2009 – held Nov. 18-20, you can get a closer look at the signature models created by C-COM Satellite Systems.
C-COM and Telespazio Argentina Sign iNetVu Reseller Agreement
11/11/2009 - C-COM Satellite Systems announced Tuesday that it has signed a reseller agreement with Telespazio Argentina S.A. for its signature iNetVu mobile antenna systems.
C-COM Reports 3Q Results; Outlook Optimistic
10/30/2009 - During a busy month that included a trek to Satcon to demonstrate its iNetVu portable satellite antenna and, for the first time, its iNetVu SolarPack S1600, Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. released results for the third quarter in 2009.
C-COM's iNetVu SolarPack Turns Heads at SATCON
10/20/2009 - At last week's annual SATCON Expo in New York City, C-COM executives told TMCnet that thanks to the debut of its iNetVu SolarPack S1600, coupled with a growing interest in portable satellite antennas, Booth #415 was buzzing.
C-COM to Debut iNetVu SolarPack System at Upcoming SATCON Expo
10/9/2009 - C-COM Satellite System's latest low-cost, easy to use, solar-powered iNetVu SolarPack will be the centerpiece of booth #415 at next week's annual SATCON Expo, happening Oct. 14-15 in New York City.
Report: Military Satellite Communications Sector Presents Lucrative Opportunities for Technology Vendors
10/2/2009 - From healthcare to education, a number of industries are investing in satellite communications. Government bodies, too, are increasingly interested in the technology for military operations, according to a new report published in September.
C-COM Wins $400,000 in Satellite Orders from China, Russia and the U.K.
9/24/2009 - Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. today told TMCnet that it has received $400,000 worth of orders for its iNetVu portable satellite antenna systems from its resellers in China, Russia and the United Kingdom.
C-COM Deploys First-Ever Satellite Antenna Systems for Vietnam Public Safety Agency
9/16/2009 - With Vinasat-1's launch under its belt, Vietnam's satellite market is poised for growth as companies such as C-COM Satellite Systems – which develops and deploys commercial-grade mobile satellite technology for the delivery of two-way high-speed Internet, VoIP and Video services into vehicles – roll out new applications.
Talking Satellite Technology with C-COM: Interview
9/15/2009 - One report from Frost & Sullivan calls for annual growth of 14.1 percent over the next five years, saying the region will hit about 343 million subscriptions by the end of 2014. Undoubtedly, much of the fuel behind the trend is driven by mobile services.
Satellite Technology, Multimedia Options Keep News Industry Thriving
9/15/2009 - And in an industry where news continues to break around-the clock, journalists are using innovative tools, such as multimedia approaches offered by C-COM Satellite Systems, to increase the speed of their news delivery.
Satellite Technology Serving More Underserved Areas and Markets in the U.S. and Worldwide
9/15/2009 - According to C-COM President and CEO Dr. Leslie Klein, satellite technology will play a big part in the future of broadband connectivity – in both U.S. and non-U.S. markets.

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