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New server technology could bring more portable office services to Atlantic Canada

News | 02/19/2001 5:00 am EST

A small Newfoundland company has received a cash infusion to develop a new server backbone that will create a portable office for mobile workers in the industrial, commercial and public safety markets. St. John’s-based Consilient Technologies Corp expects to have its first subscribers to its Internet data service signed up within three months, although it will take up to a year before the backbone architecture is in place.

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