C-COMCentral Japan Commodity Exchange (est. 1996)
C-COMConcurrent Complementary Operators Method
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The C-COM iNetVu mobile proprietary antennas, and services associated with these products, are used in mobile applications by corporations, government agencies, the military, law enforcement agencies, homeland security, utility vehicles, oil and gas platforms, police, fire, medical and other security and emergency services with a need for affordable mobile 2-way high-speed Internet over Satellite connectivity.
Animals and Animal Products - Animals and animal products such as live and feeder cattle, beef, frozen and fresh pork bellies, and eggs are mainly traded in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), Euronext, the Risk Management Exchange (RMX-in Hannover) and the Central Japan Commodity Exchange (C-COM).
The combined solution will provide customers the ability to automatically locate their satellite of choice from a vehicle or moveable structure anywhere in the world in under 3 minutes by a simple click of the mouse and be instantly connected to the Internet at broadband speeds," said Leslie Klein, president and CEO of C-COM Satellite Systems Inc.
(a subsidiary of Telefonica S.A., based in Madrid) signed a technical assistance agreement with Cuba's Celulares del Caribe (C-COM) to train C-COM personnel, provide consulting services and other unspecified support.
Speakers and panelists include representatives from BIA/Kelsey, C-Com, Clip Interactive, Craig Zinn Automotive Group, Fleishman Hillard, Harker Research, NAB, Triton Digital,Vici Media, and more.
C-COM Satellite Systems Inc (TSX VENTURE: CMI), a provider of mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, announced that its iNetVu 1.2m Ka-band vehicle mount antenna system has been given type approval by ViaSat Inc (Nasdaq:VSAT) for use on the network that powers the ViaSat Exede Enterprise service.
Drew Klein, director of international business development, C-COM Satellite Systems
Not much is known about these talks, which have been going on for half a year and reportedly involve Celulares del Caribe (C-COM), a small GSM network (see box below).