Thursday, February 12, 2004Cisco spreads next-gen message at partner conference HONOLULU - Network managers can expect to hear a lot more about cutting-edge network services from Cisco Systems Inc. if the company’s message resonates with attendees of its annual Partner Summit being held here this week.
Thursday, August 21, 2003Telecommunications Briefs
Friday, August 08, 2003Briefs
Friday, July 11, 2003Briefs
Wednesday, June 18, 2003AT&T Canada gets a new name A name change and new corporate identity were the order of the day on Wednesday for AT&T Canada — now known globally as Allstream Inc.
Tuesday, June 10, 2003Report: Wireless market has room for Microcell Canada can support all four of its wireless service providers, according to a report on the matter. This, despite some people’s belief that the mobile market is over-saturated, and that at least one wireless carrier is doomed.
Thursday, May 01, 2003Feds seek comments from annoyed callers The federal government might change the way it holds incumbent telcos responsible for poor service, and it wants help from Canadians to make the proper amendments.
Thursday, March 20, 2003Telus expands 1X service TELUS Mobility on Friday said it is expanding its next-generation 1X wireless data network in Atlantic Canada.
Thursday, January 23, 2003Briefs
Monday, January 20, 2003EMC readies new Symmetrix arrays EMC Corp. next month is expected to usher in a new version of its high-end Symmetrix storage arrays that will sport a significantly modified architecture in a bid to improve performance and scalability.
Sunday, January 19, 2003Telus offers Blackberry to 1X enterprise clients Telus Mobility and Research in Motion (RIM) Ltd. Monday announced their intention to offer RIM’s BlackBerry platform to enterprise clients across Canada using Telus’ CDMA2000 1x wireless network.
Thursday, December 12, 2002Do two wrongs make a right? Group Telecom Inc. (GT) and 360networks Corp. plan to build Canada’s ultimate telecommunications company by joining forces, but customers and industry analysts are giving the consolidation mixed reviews.
Tuesday, December 03, 2002Companies unify wireless mates Two Canadian companies have announced they are teaming up to provide some much needed help in supplying expanded interoperability between two wireless technologies.
Thursday, November 28, 2002Cogent invades Canuck arena The Internet service provider (ISP) community in Toronto this month saw a new player in the Internet data services game come to town in the form of Washington-based Cogent Communications.
Sunday, November 17, 2002360networks snaps up Group Telecom Group Telecom Inc. (GT) and 360networks Corp. are making plans to marry, but one industry analyst is skeptical about the combined force’s chances for success.
Wednesday, November 06, 2002Cogent invades the ISP market The Internet service provider (ISP) community in Toronto awoke this morning to discover a new player in the Internet data services game in the form of Washington-based Cogent Communications.
Thursday, October 17, 2002Network changes force co-operation The industry shift towards running multiple forms of traffic over one network, brought on by the gradual adoption of Internet Protocol (IP) and all-IP networks by carriers such as Telus Corp., has raised the question of who will manage these networks — the data people or the voice people.
Wednesday, July 31, 2002Banks choose epost to ebill consumers In an effort to streamline its banking services, Laurentian Bank has recently signed an agreement to offer e-billing to its customers via epost.
Thursday, July 11, 2002Alcatel seeks to unify net management Managing hundreds of thousands of nodes on a daily basis is likely to make a network operator’s head spin.
Tuesday, January 22, 2002Telus spends $250 million on DSL equipment A big buy of DSL equipment on the part of Telus Corp. suggests the company is ready to atone for past tardiness with high-speed Internet services, according to one industry analyst.
Tuesday, September 18, 2001Bell 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 for consumers across Canada, suggested one analyst.
Thursday, August 09, 2001Communication the key for less damaging layoffs When 24-year old Michelle decided to leave her job at an e-purchasing company last year, it wasn’t just for a career change.
Thursday, July 26, 2001ASPs: The Next Wave Patience is a virtue. Time and time again, the IT industry gives credence to this tired old adage. While early adopters struggle to exterminate the bugs in fresh-out-of-the-shrink-wrap applications and operating systems, fashionably late organizations sit back and wait for the dust to clear.
In the case of the application service provider (ASP) market, organizations who have put off outsourcing applications until now will probably be glad they came late to the ASP party.
Thursday, July 26, 2001Wait a minute, Mr. Postman Mail generally comes through your door in one of three forms: personal, junk or bills. Though epost’s online bill presentment does not get rid of bills entirely, at least it gets them to you on your terms.