Xplornet chooses Ericsson network gear for its 5G network

Xplornet, a Canadian internet service provider that targets rural areas, announced today that it will be using Ericsson's hardware in...

December 8th, 2020 Tom Li

CRTC mobile sales practice review reveals accessibility pains

The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission has found that while most Canadians are happy with their sales interactions with Canadian...

October 6th, 2020 Tom Li

A third of Canadians experiencing slower internet according to CIRA

A third of Canadians are experiencing slower internet and worse video streaming quality, finds the Canadian Internet Registry Authority (CIRA)...

April 15th, 2020 Tom Li

Canada’s network usage is exploding, and rural communities are getting left behind

Deemed an essential service, telecommunication is a vital tool in keeping the populous safe, and as social distancing drives work...

April 2nd, 2020 Tom Li

Freedom Mobile will be first to deploy 5G, analyst predicts

Given that it’s still in the early stages of deployment, carrier plans for 5G networks are still very uncertain. ITWC...

April 26th, 2019 Tom Li

RIM, Apple sued over 3G, 4G patents

RIM, Apple sued over 3G, 4G patents

Research in Motion (RIM), Apple Inc., and 13 other phone makers and wireless service providers are being sued for patent...

January 8th, 2013

How to slash mobile phone costs

How to slash mobile phone costs

A router announced this week by Agito Networks Inc. is designed to help companies with wireless local-area networks (WLANs) save...

February 21st, 2008 Greg Meckbach

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

Wi-Fi set to ease cellular burden

Wi-Fi set to ease cellular burden

Canadian service providers are hoping Wi-Fi will enable them to lighten the load on their cellular networks. Wi-Fi as a...

February 16th, 2006 Mark Els