Atria Networks gets deeper into wireless

Ontario fibre provider Atria Networks has again expanded its network by buying infrastructure from a municipal utility, a deal that also pulls it more into being a wireless provider. The latest move was

Published on: June 7th, 2009 Howard Solomon

For sale: Toronto Hydro Telecom

If someone ends up buying Toronto Hydro Telecom, the new owner may want to separate the downtown wireless network from the city-wide fibre optic infrastructure, according to one telecommunications industry analyst. “I imagine

Published on: January 24th, 2008 Greg Meckbach

Nortel stays mum on reduction details

Although Nortel Networks Corp. is staying mum on where its latest rounds of cuts will occur, rumours about where the company's axe will fall - and what that could mean for Canadian R&D

Published on: August 28th, 2002 Cindy Steinman

Wandering through the fibre-optic maze

In an age where latency and low-speed networks are as unacceptable and inappropriate as littering on Earth Day, it was only natural that the evolution of networking infrastructure would head into a realm

Published on: October 4th, 2001 Carly Suppa

Cisco directs its gaze toward the optical market

Excuse Carl Russo, the vice-president of Cisco Systems optical networking business, if he appears glassy eyed these days. It's a good bet that Carl has spent more than a few sleepless nights fretting

Published on: February 22nd, 2001 Dan McLean


Cygnal Technologies Corporation, of Oshawa, Ont., announced yesterday the signing of agreement to acquire network provider Integrated Cable Systems Inc. for $19 million in cash and stocks.Toronto-based ICS (Integrated Cable Systems) designs, installs

Published on: July 31st, 2000 staff