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Splinternet: will Russia pull itself off the internet?

Ukraine's representative on the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) recently asked that Russia's top-level domains (TLD) including .ru and .su be...

The power of two: Apple’s M1 Ultra chip is two M1 Max chips joined together

Apple’s new M1 Ultra system-on-chip (SoC) stole the show at its event on March 9, coming with double the number of processor and graphics...

Federal government and British Columbia to invest $830 million in rural area network development

The Canadian federal government and British Columbia’s provincial government have announced a partnership to jointly invest up to C$830 million to bring high-speed internet...

Rogers will not get Shaw’s wireless licenses, says Innovation Minister

In a statement on Thursday, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry François-Philippe Champagne said he will “simply not permit” the currently proposed Rogers-Shaw merger,...

Canadian government announces $240 million investment in semiconductor and photonics industries

Canada's semiconductor industry received a boost this week as the Honourable François‑Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, announced the Semiconductor Challenge Callout,...

Samsung and Telus deploy Canada’s first MCPTX service for emergency responders

Samsung Networks, Samsung’s carrier and operator business wing, announced on March 3 that it has partnered with Telus to deploy Canada’s first Mission Critical...

TekSavvy calls for investigation of CRTC chair Ian Scott

Independent Canadian internet service provider (ISP) TekSavvy is calling for an investigation into Ian Scott, chairperson of the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC),...

Bell Canada deploys Google Distributed Cloud Edge in its network

Bell Canada and Google Cloud has announced the expansion of their partnership with Bell’s deployment of Google Distributed Cloud Edge in its network.

Canadian healthcare provider’s unpatched Exchange server exploited twice by ransomware gangs

Report from Sophos shows the cost of not patching fast, as well as not having malware protection on servers

Huawei opens its first in-store retail store in Toronto with Canada Computers

Huawei Canada has opened the first of 15 in-store retail locations planned across Canada in collaboration with Canada Computers. The first store, located inside Canada...

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Investing in your network infrastructure: The key to ensuring future growth for Canadian companies?

Telstra and Pulse (a 30,000-member online IT community) recently surveyed 100 technology decision-makers at Canadian companies to understand their network infrastructure priorities. They uncovered...

Overcoming the challenge of IT overprovisioning with pay-per-use infrastructure

By HPE and OnX Canada Any growing business inevitably has growing IT needs. But it can be almost impossible to know the precise computing requirements...

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If you're on edge about what the future may hold for edge computing, you're not alone. It’s impossible to look into a crystal ball...