C-COM Satellite Systems, Halogen Software and Thermal Energy International are among the local companies announcing new agreements.
An auto-deploying satellite antenna developed by Ottawa-based C-COM Satellite Systems Inc., (TSX VENTURE:CMI) was used to provide broadband Internet and Internet-based phone systems to New Jersey Transit’s emergency operations center during this year’s Super Bowl. The system was set up by Pennsylvania-based Deployed Communications and Technologies.
An Australian bank has begun using a talent management system developed by Ottawa-based Halogen Software. The Bank of Queensland has already implemented two Halogen products and is now planning to roll out another one.
Ottawa-based Thermal Energy International Inc. (TSXV: TMG) has received two large orders for its GEM steam traps. Both orders, each of which is worth approximately $160,000. are scheduled to be delivered over the next six months. Revenue from the deals is also expected to be recorded during that period. One of the orders is from “one of the world’s largest beer companies” while the other is from a “global diversified healthcare company,” Thermal Energy said in a news release.