You can’t open a paper or turn on a TV without hearing about Australian Julian Assange and his guerrilla style news organization WikiLeaks. Public opinion has become sharply divided over whether the organization provides a valuable service to society or threatens national security. What has become increasingly clear is that Wiki-leaks does represent a Tipping […]
When Sandvine President and CEO Dave Caputo picks up a newspaper these days it must be hard to stop smiling. Two contentious, consumer-related technology issues keep landing on editorial pages, and his company is in the sweet spot for both. The first has to do with what the FCC calls “Bill Shock”. It’s estimated that […]
We get Daniel and Henrik Sedin, they get Nortel profits. Shares of Ericsson were up sharply on Friday after the Swedish telecom equipment maker reported a more than four-fold jump in net income to (US) $538 million. Ericsson has bought a whole host of Nortel assets of late, including the former Ottawa giant’s North American […]
Why Investors Should Look at TSX/V Small Cap Tech by Ron Shuttleworth Canadian publically listed small cap tech companies have, as a group, outperformed the S&P TSX Index over the past year. Even still, The Small Cap Tech Group is trading at a historic discount to the S&P TSX Index based on P/E multiples over […]
After drifting for most of 2009, shares of Ottawa based Enablence Technologies (TSXV:ENA) have taken off of late. The stock has moved from a low of $.225 on November 26 of 2009 to a high of .75 on April 16th.The Company, which manufactures fiber to home telecom equipment, has grown rapidly through acquisition. We break […]
Shares of Craig Wireless (TSX:CWG) took off this week after awarded a broadband radio service license for the Vancouver region, a key condition of its wireless spectrum sale to a partnership owned by Rogers Communications and Bell Canada. We break down the numbers of Craig, which also posted its Q2 this week. 1. Price to […]
Pitt Meadows based Tranzeo (TSX:TZT), which manufactures wireless network equipment was a high-flier in 2009, rocketing to number two in our top wireless stocks of 2009 summary. With a fresh financing completed at year’s end, we break down the numbers.
We’ll excuse you if Counterpath (TSXV:CCV) doesn’t immediately ring a bell. The Vancouver based Company came to public attention in 2007 when telecom legend Terry Matthews became its Chairman. While The Company has been quiet since, it has been busy. CounterPath has acquired important intellectual property through strategic acquisitions. It seems Sir Terry believes CounterPath is ready for its closeup; he recently acquired another 5%.
While the CRTC’s recent reversal on GlobalLive brought a little excitement to the Canadian wireless sector, many believe Canada is seriously lagging in real consumer choice and competition. Perhaps part of the proof is that most of the companies on this list service the international, not domestic market. We look at the Top 10 performing Canadian wireless stocks in 2009.
Redknee Solutions (TSX:RKN) recently reported its fiscal 2009 results. It was another year of revenue growth for the Mississauga based provider of telecommunications billing support software. The improved numbers helped The Company hit number three on our list of top performing wireless stocks. We look at the updated data to see if Redknee might still be a value for investors.