Virtualization and cloud services have transformed enterprise systems and enabled many businesses to cut cost and make their processes more efficient. Now, mobile operators want to reap the same benefits from what is
Here’s something that might be worth calling home about for frequent flyers. The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) may lift its ban on in-flight mobile calls soon. For several years now, in-flight
Northern Canada's Ice Wireless has launched high speed wireless service for smartphones and tablets in the Nunavut capital of Iqaluit as it takes on giant BellCanada. The company said Friday that the two-tower
Another Canadian entrepreneur is pitting himself against technology giants like Samsung and Sony by building his own smart watch. Nineteen-year-old Simon Tran of Montreal believes his Neptune Pine smart watch has got what
WireIE, a Richmond Hill, Ont.-based network operator specializing in secure data networks for utilities, carriers and government in remote areas, has earned the Metro Ethernet Forum Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification. The MEF CE
Swedish mobile operator TeliaSonera International Carrier Inc. (TSIC) announced it has completed a major North American expansion which adds some 18,400 kilometres of fibre to its global network and open connections to South
Innovation in Canada’s wireless industry is being held back by the lack of wholesale access to broadband networks, according to the head of a Canadian company that owns a mobile virtual network operator
Chinese network equipment maker Huawei Technologies Ltd. is pouring in $600 million into developing 5G technology and the company’s Ottawa research and development facility will play a key role in the big push.