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Norigen latest CLEC to face the hostilities of a tight financial market

News | 07/17/2001 4:00 am EDT

Norigen Communications Inc has shelved plans to replace leased fibre lines with its own wireless network in one of several cost-cutting moves expected at the cash-strapped Toronto-based CLEC. An official at the company confirmed that its plans to build a national network using frequencies in the 24 GHz and 38 GHz bands have been suspended for the time being.

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