Articles By Howard Solomon

Spectrum auction opens with an outpouring of bids from newcomers

Spectrum auction opens with an outpouring of bids from newcomers

As expected, two newcomers to the cellular world led the bidding in a big way on the first day of...

May 26th, 2008 Howard Solomon
March Networks to lose $7 million before taxes

March Networks to lose $7 million before taxes

Video security firm March Networks has warned that preliminary figures show it will suffer a higher than expected pre-tax loss...

May 26th, 2008 Howard Solomon
Optical network group to look at 100G DWDM

Optical network group to look at 100G DWDM

The Optical Internetworking Forum’s Physical and Link Layer Working Group (PLL WG) has designated a new project to address 100G...

May 26th, 2008 Howard Solomon
Incest and IT

Incest and IT

By Howard SolomonAssistant Editor, NetworkWorld Canada...

May 26th, 2008 Howard Solomon
Astaro upgrades gateway; WildPacket boosts Omnipeak

Astaro upgrades gateway; WildPacket boosts Omnipeak

Astaro Corp.’s Security Gateway has now hit version 7.2, with improvements that allow IT managers to recognize, classify and block...

May 20th, 2008 Howard Solomon
SuperTube from Engage; Location tagging from PixSense

SuperTube from Engage; Location tagging from PixSense

Engage Communication has multiplexed its IPTube’s T1/E1 Circuit extension over Ethernet solution. The SuperTube option combines four T1/E1 circuits into...

May 20th, 2008 Howard Solomon
When the ‘discontinued product’ notice hits your desk

When the ‘discontinued product’ notice hits your desk

As a small provider in the suburbs north of Toronto, Aurora Cable is cautious with its spending. The 43-year old...

May 20th, 2008 Howard Solomon
Canada ranks in top 10 of OECD broadband users: Report

Canada ranks in top 10 of OECD broadband users: Report

Canada ranks ninth in broadband penetration among the 30 members nations of the Organization of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD),...

May 19th, 2008 Howard Solomon
Canadian regulator to re-examine its hands-off Internet policy

Canadian regulator to re-examine its hands-off Internet policy

Until now, Canada’s broadcast regulator has kept its hands off the Internet and whether providers such as telecommunications and cable...

May 14th, 2008 Howard Solomon
CRTC turns down ISPs’ call for temporary injunction against Bell

CRTC turns down ISPs’ call for temporary injunction against Bell

An association of Internet providers has lost its bid to get a temporary injunction stopping Bell Canada from throttling Internet...

May 13th, 2008 Howard Solomon