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Compton launches first high-definition PVR, and looks to VoIP, wireless technology

News | 11/28/2003 5:00 am EST

Utica ON-based Compton Communications is the first cableco in Canada to introduce a digital set-top box that integrates personal video recorder (PVR) and high-definition television (HDTV) capabilities. Compton controller and marketing manager Travis Campbell tells Canadian Communications Reports that the cableco, which serves 4,800 customers in Uxbridge and Port Perry ON, went with the HD version of Motorola Inc.’s PVR because it is the only option available for small cable operators.

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