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News | 07/24/2001 4:00 am EDT

IDC makes sales in North America, Europe and Asia
Ottawa’s International Datacasting Corp has racked up more than $2 million in new sales. The Canadian Broadcasting Corp has ordered a dozen FlexRoute digital audio uplinks for the conversion of CBC radio infrastructure to digital technology while SkyOnline of the United States bought another SuperFlex uplink system for its IP network in Latin America. Norway’s Telenor has purchased a satellite receiver for its pan-European IP multicasting network while FlexRoute equipment has been bought by Korea Telecom and the Dong-in Satellite Network for a satellite network project from the Korean government.

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