Paul Lima

Articles by Paul Lima

Cabling and the untethered enterprise

Just last year, Toronto

Cable still critical

On August 1, 1981, Video Killed the Radio Star, by the Buggles, was the first video broadcast on MTV. It seems an appropriate anthem for network managers who are rolling out wireless networks in greater numbers than ever. The trend to wireless begs a question: Will wireless kill the cable industry?


Upper Canada College is the oldest independent school in the province of Ontario. Situated on a 17-hectare campus in the heart of Toronto, UCC has approximately 1,100 students and 350 employees. The school has been around since 1829 but UCC is on the leading edge when it comes to managing networked printers.

Convergence presents new cabling quandries

Voice and data convergence is old hat — that’s what cable industry experts say. The telecom industry has been running voice-over-data networks for ages....

Don’t try to install cable without a plan

Rod Bader has been busy. The technical solutions analyst with Calgary-based WestJet, has overseen the construction of four buildings — in Hamilton, Edmonton, Toronto...

A capital conundrum

"O Canada! Our home and native land! Foreign investors, stay out of telecom..."OK, Canada does not have a new national anthem, and foreign investment...

Viral infection

When I turned 17, I went to a Toronto bar with a couple of friends to celebrate and had a few too many beers. I was underage, but nobody seemed to care much about ID in the early

Fibre’s dark side

360networks was going to connect the world with an 89,000-mile fibre-optic network.

Tech News