Running rings around big telcos
GTS says their technology provides high speed internet bandwidth, more than 20 times the current DSL speed, or up to 400 Mb/s (compared to around 7.5 Mb/s average at Shaw/Rogers and less at Telus/Bell) over existing telecom copper infrastructurein both rural and urban areas.
Installation is as low as five per cent of the cost of fiber in urban areas and less than one per cent in rural areas. DSL Rings requires less power in the network than fibre, offers more bandwidth than cable, and can save telcos billions of dollars in capital expenditures, according to GTS.
Older and wiser
Canadian entrepreneur Brian Wong was only 19 when he was considered the world’s youngest business owner to raise venture capital funding for a startup.
Today, Kiip delivers more than 35,000,000 reward impressions at a rate of five per second.
Blue Sky winner
The Kitchener startup developed Cyborg Trader, a sophisticated online trade automation toolset for existing front end trading systems.