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Canadian telecommunications company upgrading for HDTV

Ben Drawbaugh
09.16.06
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The TelCos aren't the only one upgrading their networks, the Canadian Cable Cos have a lot of work to as well. It isn't all bad considering they only need to run fiber to their head ends vs to the customer premise. Telus Corp. plans to spend $600 million over the next three years to up grade 7000 head-ends which will enable them to offer more HD programming as well as faster Internet access.

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