One service class for border traffic

The revival of Canada’s connection to Sprint’s network in the U.S. offers Canadian businesses a competitive new alternative for high-tech telecommunications south of the border, industry analysts say.

Rogers Communications Inc. earlier this month revealed an agreement with Reston, Va.-based Sprint Nextel Corp. to link the two companies’ IP-based networks. The deal means both carriers can offer MPLS (multi-protocol label switching) services for voice, video and data to Canadian

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