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Hawaiian Telcom Holdco, Inc. (HCOM)

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Previous Close24.75
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Ask26.13 x 100
Day's Range24.60 - 24.78
52 Week Range19.00 - 27.28
Avg. Volume10,859
Market Cap283.92M
PE Ratio (TTM)342.50
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  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Hawaiian Telcom says landing license for undersea broadband cable gets FCC OK

    Hawaiian Telcom said the Federal Communications Commission has approved the landing license for the $250 million Southeast Asia-U.S. broadband cable under construction, which will allow the cable to connect Indonesia and California, via Hawaii. Hawaiian Telcom (HCOM) has invested $25 million in the project , which is being built by a consortium whose members include Globe Telecom of the Philippines), GTA of Guam, Los Angeles-based GTI, San Francisco-based RTI, Telin of Indonesia, and Telkom USA of Los Angeles. “Hawaiian Telcom invested $25 million to become an owner and operator of SEA-US, the most technologically advanced trans-Pacific cable system providing the fastest direct access between the U.S. and Indonesia,” Hawaiian Telcom CEO Scott Barber said in a statement .

  • GlobeNewswirelast month

    Hawaiian Telcom Announces SEA-US Cable Has Secured FCC License

    Link to images & video: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ctmwijm2ueyd48r/AAAOkdD5Gu-BEyaj-tvwAy8ia? HONOLULU, Jan. 15, 2017-- Hawaiian Telcom announced today that the Federal Communication Commission has approved ...

  • American City Business Journals2 months ago

    Hawaiian Telcom could veto Chinese involvement in undersea broadband cable

    Hawaiian Telcom is an equal partner with the seven consortium members involved with the Southeast Asia-U.S. broadband cable under construction, and President and CEO Scott Barber said the company would have the power to veto an attempt by a Chinese company to buy out any of the members in order to protect national security. Hawaiian Telcom (HCOM) paid $25 million in 2014 to join the consortium building the $250 million SEA-US submarine cable project, which is meant to boost internet speeds and increase broadband capacity between Southeast Asia, Hawaii and California. While Hawaiian Telcom’s $25 million investment is only 10 percent of the project’s total cost, Barber said it’s not a reflection of the company’s ownership in the cable.