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February 10, 2000 | Bloomberg News
SoftNet Systems Inc., which provides fast Web connections over cable-TV lines, said it started a venture with CMGI Inc. and Compaq Computer Corp. to sell wireless Internet service in airports and hotels, targeting business travelers throughout the U.S. SoftNet and its partners will invest $100 million to start SoftNet Zone, which will sell online access for both wireless devices and laptops plugged into its network.
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February 10, 2000 | Bloomberg News
SoftNet Systems Inc., which provides fast Web connections over cable-TV lines, said it started a venture with CMGI Inc. and Compaq Computer Corp. to sell wireless Internet service in airports and hotels, targeting business travelers throughout the U.S. SoftNet and its partners will invest $100 million to start SoftNet Zone, which will sell online access for both wireless devices and laptops plugged into its network.
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November 30, 1999
SoftNet Systems Solutions Inc., a technology consulting firm specializing in Internet and intranet services, said Monday it has raised nearly $5 million from Kirnaf Ltd., an international investment group. Proceeds will be used to help SoftNet expand.
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August 17, 2000
* Codexa Corp., a Pasadena-based online information provider for Wall Street professionals, has named Gary Ghazarian product manager. He is a former executive at Wilshire Associates. * Burbank-based TVN Entertainment Corp., a digital content distributor and rights manager of TV-quality video and CD-quality audio, has appointed Ian B. Aaron president and chief executive. Aaron is a former president of SoftNet Systems Inc., a broadband services company. * Donald W. Kelley Jr.
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February 14, 2000 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Is Craig McCaw about to carry the world past another technological milestone? That is what the satellite communications industry is hoping, at least. Because the Washington-based entrepreneur, a pioneer in cable television and cellular phones, has been focusing his attention and money on a business afflicted with bankruptcies and technological uncertainties.
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