BCE-Telus merger would be nightmare: Forrester

If Bell Canada Enterprises Inc. merged with Telus Corp., corporate Canada would be faced with a monopoly for enterprise services, a Montreal-based analyst has said. No such merger has been announced but published

Published on: August 13th, 2009 Greg Meckbach

Why Telus is so outspoken about Globalive

Telus Corp.’s role as the lead dog in the fight against Globalive Wireless Management Corp. is not a surprise to most wireless industry watchers — it’s because the company has the most to

Published on: July 30th, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

Bell reaches out for faster IP innovation

Bell Canada is aiming to speed up the development of custom new IP-based products by partnering with Mitel Corp., March Networks Corp., NewHeights Software Corp. and Ubiquity Software Corp. for research and development

Published on: October 27th, 2005 Mark Els

Diversity looks good to the enterprise

Duke Energy Corp. prides itself on offering solid-state service to customers. Too bad the company's voice provider can't say the same, according to Duke's IT director in Canada."A few weeks ago we had

Published on: October 3rd, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

Viability concerns dog Microcell

Microcell Telecommunications Inc. quietly let go 18 staff members last month as the firm tries to align costs with a telecom-unfriendly investment market, but the book is still out as to whether the

Published on: May 16th, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

Bell extends western reach

Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. and Bell Canada announced last month that they have created a new company by combining the interests of Bell Intrigna and Bell Nexxia. The new entity will serve Alberta

Published on: May 2nd, 2002 Albert Leonardo

Bell Mobility launches Western expansion

Bell Mobility announced yesterday that it is officially launching its Western expansion with a consumer marketing campaign in Alberta and British Columbia in a move that could mean more competitive pricing and service

Published on: September 18th, 2001 STEWART BROWN

CLECs struggle to gain footing in the SMB market

How big does a small company have to be to make a blip on its telco's radar screen?In Tracy Boyer's experience, probably a little bigger than the three-person office she works at in

Published on: January 25th, 2001 Tim Foran

At Bell: waiting for the midnight hour

In some ways, residents of Canada had it easy. By the time the year 2000 rolled in across the nation, the suspense and dread was greatly reduced as we watched first Oceania, then

Published on: January 13th, 2000 Chris Conrath