Small and medium sized businesses in Vancouver looking for ultra-fast Internet service at discount prices may not have to search for long. A local startup named OneGigabit is offering residential buildings and SMBs
Mobilicity has become the latest Canadian telecommunications company to announce upgraded wireless speeds to 4G, with a release issued yesterday.The new entrant into the wireless scene says its network, based in Canada’s urban
Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc. is offering its Business Ethernet Xtended (BEX) service to more locations today with the addition of Vancouver, Edmonton, and the Ontario cities of Brampton and London to its service
At a night celebrating Calgary's entrepreneurial tech success, one mobile video distribution business executive warned that the growth of Canada'a digital startups could be hampered unless more is done to improve Internet infrastructure.
Rogers Communications Inc. said its soon to launch LTE (Long Term Evolution) network could easily overrun a similar LTE network rolled out Verizon Wireless last December in the United States. Last Thursday, Rogers
Last February there was a bit of a stir among my Canadian gamer friends when the Canadian Radio-Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) approved new data caps of a mere 25 GB/month (down from 200 GB/month).
The latest survey of Web video usage from Bytemobile shows that smartphone users are watching it in ever-larger quantities. Currently, most video is low-resolution, user-created videos on sites such as YouTube. But even
The ability to provide and customized services and not mere speed will determine the shape of telecom networks of the future, according to one telecom expert.Service providers will eventually catch up with each
As every telecommuter knows, a fast and reliable Internet connection is indispensable to getting any kind of work done.Today, many Canadian work-at-home professionals get their Internet service as part of a package --
Bell Canada's intent to put a threshold on the network usage of the ISPs renting its network and remove access to its network would eliminate competition from the marketplace, says the Canadian Association