8/4/2004

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Delphi Corp. is widening its horizons: It has brought out the Delphi XM SKYFi marine kit.

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Ostensibly an automotive supplier, Delphi Corp. (www.delphi.com) is widening its horizons: It has brought out the Delphi XM SKYFi marine kit. The $200 (MSRP) kit, which works in conjunction with the company's SKYFi receiver (sold separately for $99.99 MSRP), includes a marine antenna, mounting bracket, and a UV-treated cover to help protect the receiver from the sun and surf. Since 2002, Delphi has sold more than 2.6-million satellite receivers, >1.6-million of which are OEM-installed.

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