Articles By Michael Martin

Wi-Fi to cell roaming still has wrinkles

Wi-Fi to cell roaming still has wrinkles

With Wi-Fi coverage continuing to expand and vendors rolling out Wi-Fi-enabled handsets, many in the IT community are now looking...

June 8th, 2006 Michael Martin
We

We

Welcome to the new-look Network World Canada. It’s been a few years since the publication underwent a redesign...

May 25th, 2006 Michael Martin
Juniper tightens control over large velocity boxes

Juniper tightens control over large velocity boxes

Enhancements to Juniper Networks’ WX Central Management Software (CMS), unveiled at Networld + Inter...

May 25th, 2006 Michael Martin
Toronto

Toronto

When Toronto Hydro Telecom (THT) unveiled ambitious plans to roll out Wi-Fi across the city back in March, wireless advocates...

May 11th, 2006 Michael Martin
How Bell Canada tamed its internal traffic

How Bell Canada tamed its internal traffic

One of the many network management tools Bell Canada offers as an outsourced service is NetScout’s nGenius Performance Manager. nGenius...

April 27th, 2006 Michael Martin
CRTC rules make no sense

CRTC rules make no sense

It looks like Canadian enterprises (and consumers) will be lining the pockets of competitive local exchange carriers and cable companies...

April 27th, 2006 Michael Martin
Time for less regulation

Time for less regulation

The recently released Telecom Policy Review report promises a better communications environment for enterprises in the near future. While some...

April 13th, 2006 Michael Martin
SIP wins some big converts

SIP wins some big converts

Nearly 100 vendors showcased their latest and greatest wares at this month’s VoiceCon in Orlando, Fla., although the star of...

March 30th, 2006 Michael Martin
Canada needs net integrity

Canada needs net integrity

Internet telephony provider Vonage Canada recently stepped up its campaign to have the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) strike...

March 30th, 2006 Michael Martin
Start planning for Wi-Max now

Start planning for Wi-Max now

Canadian service providers are still at least a couple of years away from rolling out mobile Wi-Max services (see story,...

March 2nd, 2006 Michael Martin