200361973-001-592x250

IBM partners with Bell to secure connections to its cloud

There are more clouds gathering in Canada, and they are not harbingers of economic woes, but of IBM partnering with...

February 9th, 2016 Gary Hilson

© IT World Canada

Here’s why LTE networks are about to become much more useful

There’s more to LTE than just speeding up communications between mobile devices, and its increasingly faster speeds – now at...

December 4th, 2015 Gary Hilson

Networking 2

Use MPLS for traffic engineering

MPLS – multi-protocol label switching – turns 17 this year and is still going strong. Strong enough that network architect...

June 3rd, 2014 Howard Solomon

Quebec service provider overhauls network

Quebec service provider overhauls network

The death rattle of a piece of network equipment can be unnerving, particularly if you’re a service provider. But, as...

February 8th, 2012 Howard Solomon

New Juniper routers converge the access net

New Juniper routers converge the access net

 RAMINGHAM, Mass. -- Juniper Networks Inc. will soon release access routers designed to provide an on-ramp to service provider networks...

February 7th, 2012 Jim Duffy

Delmar extends Allstream WAN contract

Delmar extends Allstream WAN contract

A Quebec-based transportation firm has inked a three-year contract worth about $370,000 for MTS Allstream Inc. to provide a wide-area...

July 12th, 2010 Greg Meckbach

Cruise ship sails through wireless challenges

Cruise ship sails through wireless challenges

The world's longest cruise ship posed knotty wireless networking problems but also provided Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. the opportunity to pounce...

January 13th, 2010 Tim Greene

Make sure yours is a WAN with a plan

Make sure yours is a WAN with a plan

Now is an excellent time to be re-evaluating your WAN strategy. New technologies such as carrier Ethernet and Session Initiation...

July 30th, 2009 Johna Till Johnson

Do you know who owns your network?

Do you know who owns your network?

You need broadband, and you want some built in redundancy. You’ve got a decent service level agreement (SLA), which your...

October 3rd, 2007 Tim Wilson