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May 10th, 2004

InfoComm Merges with 3i4 Media

Abstract:
InfoComm Canada Inc. of Toronto, Ontario, announces its strategic merger with 3i4 Media of Toronto, Ontario, creating the first global strategic advisory firm to focus on the converging nanotechnology and communications frontier nanomobility. With the merger, the new company, known as InfoComm, will deliver a series of strategic services including market research, counselling and community networks focused on bridging the gap between the communications industry and the worlds of nanotechnology.

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