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Norigen spectrum licences could be left on auction floor with no apparent takers

News | 09/04/2001 4:00 am EDT

The receivers for Norigen Communications Inc may find it difficult, if not impossible, to find any company interested in buying the assets of the now defunct CLEC and LMCS provider. A senior industry analyst says there are no obvious takers for the company's spectrum licences, switches, access nodes, telephony equipment and property access agreements, even at fire-sale prices.

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