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February 25, 2013

GERMANTOWN, Md. — Hughes Network Systems, a provider of broadband satellite solutions and a leading provider of managed network services, announced that it will unveil at Digital Signage Expo the latest additions to its digital media solutions lineup designed to increase employee and customer satisfaction through high-impact video.

Hughes Digital Associate enables customers to easily browse products and services on a touchscreen display and drill down into the details using engaging videos, graphics and photos. 

December 13, 2012

Greeting card manufacturer Hallmark has extended its contract with iPass, a high-speed wide area networking platform and Wi-Fi service provider.

IRVINE, Calif. — Greeting card manufacturer Hallmark has extended its contract with iPass, a high-speed wide area networking platform and Wi-Fi service provider.

Hallmark has used iPass to provide managed network services to more than 2,100 corporate and independent retail locations for the last seven years. The new five-year contract will enhance Hallmark’s networking capabilities, allowing it to add new managed services that will allow the card manufacturer to further its expansion into the digital market.  

June 27, 2012

Walmart is offering its customers more ways to connect with the availability of a new prepaid mobile broadband service from TruConnect Mobile.

LOS ANGELES — Walmart is offering its customers more ways to connect with the availability of a new prepaid mobile broadband service from TruConnect Mobile.

Walmart is now the exclusive provider of Internet on the Go, powered by the MiFi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot and a service plan from TruConnect with no monthly fee and where the data balance never expires (if used once a year). This is different from other low-cost prepaid monthly services where unused megabytes are wasted at the end of the month – potentially driving up the cost.

June 20, 2012

LOS ANGELES — TruConnect Mobile LLC has launched a new prepaid mobile broadband service called Internet on the Go, exclusively at Walmart.

The new offering features a service plan from TruConnect with no monthly fee and where the data balance never expires (if used once a year). This is different from other low-cost prepaid monthly services where unused megabytes are wasted at the end of the month – potentially driving up the cost.

November 14, 2010

Michael Hickey, VP government relations for national security at Verizon, has announced his retirement after...