Providing wireless broadband services to businesses, Winstar directly connected with over 140,000 businesses in 4,800 buildings.
Services included high-speed Internet, Web hosting, and e-commerce.
Winstar Communications operated under several trade names including Midcom Communications and Winstar Wireless.
The former headquarters of Winstar Communications was located in New York, NY.
Beginning in 2002, Unique Broadband System (UBS) acquired a stake in Look.
By the end of 2003, UBS owned 51% of Look's stock, making Look a subsidiary of UBS.
At that time, Look moved its headquarters from Oakville, Ontario to UBS's headquarters in Milton, Ontario.
("Sunwave"), a supplier of innovative, competitive energy products and services. Look provided its digital television and wireless Internet services using a Multichannel Multipoint Distribution System (MMDS) technology, operating with 90 MHz of capacity in the 2.5 GHz band (the only company in Canada with approximately 90 MHz of spectrum and a broadcast license for mobile video services in Canada).
It was listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbols "LOK" and "LOK. Look had approximately 60,000 television customers at its peak. It started providing television service in 1997 for Southern Ontario, and 1998 for Quebec and Eastern Ontario.
In 1999, Look TV and Internet Direct (Canadian ISP operating in B.
On December 1, 2008, Look Communications announced that it was selling off its assets.
On May 14, 2009, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice approved the sale to Inukshuk Wireless Partnership.
C., Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.) merged to become Look Communications, with Look stockholders receiving 60% of the combined entity and Internet Direct stockholders receiving the remaining 40%.