Broadband access gets some Northern exposure

Broadband access gets some Northern exposure

When it comes to Internet connectivity, Northern Canada might finally be catching up to the rest of the country with...

October 15th, 2008 Rafael Ruffolo

executive director of the Ottawa-based Public Interest Advocacy Centre

executive director of the Ottawa-based Public Interest Advocacy Centre

Consumer advocacy groups are outraged at the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC) decision, announced yesterday, to funnel $652.7 million...

February 16th, 2006 Rosie Lombardi

Australian broadband take-up increases slowly

Australian broadband take-up increases slowly

Internet users across Australia are increasingly using broadband services, but the growth of take-up is slowing, according to the Australian...

March 23rd, 2003 Cameron Roberts

BT spreads its dominance

BT spreads its dominance

Two of the most dominant players in their respective industries, telco British Telecommunications PLC and software giant Microsoft Corp., yesterday...

November 11th, 2002 Wendy Brewer

Canada must improve to remain an IT world leader

Canada must improve to remain an IT world leader

Canada must continue to improve and not become complacent to remain a world leader in the use of information and...

August 8th, 2002 Jeff Wilson

Canada must improve to remain connectedness leader

Canada must improve to remain connectedness leader

Canada must continue to improve and not become complacent to remain a world leader in the use of information and...

August 8th, 2002 Jeff Wilson

Germany poised to lead in broadband over satellite

Germany poised to lead in broadband over satellite

Soon Germans will need to find an excuse why they don't have a high-speed Internet connection. Not only does Germany...

May 8th, 2002 John Blau

FCC proposes broadband deregulation

FCC proposes broadband deregulation

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently proposed to define high-speed broadband connections as information services, which would free providers...

February 28th, 2002 No Author

U.S. SUPERNET

U.S. SUPERNET

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission wants to move quickly to upgrade regulations so that service providers can accelerate the construction...

January 22nd, 2002 Stephen Lawson