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Telus invests $28 million to roll out PureFibre and 5G networks across various municipalities in Quebec

Telus is investing $28 million to roll out PureFibre and 5G networks across various municipalities of Quebec as part of the Operation High Speed program

Telus launches PureFibre X with Internet speeds of 2.5 Gbps in Edmonton and parts of B.C.

Telus is launching PureFibre X, a new tier of home Internet with symmetrical upload and download speeds of 2.5 Gbps, in parts of Alberta and British Columbia.

City of Coquitlam rolls out services-oriented storage

The need to support growing online services and app and database requirements led Coquitlam, B.C. to deploy storage virtualization from Hitachi Data Systems Canada so it could scale and manage a heterogeneous storage landscape. Where storage virtualization is headed according to IDC Canada

A wireless alternative to outdoor fibre

After its leased line rates increased by $20K a month, a Toronto college decided to connect six buildings at Gigabit speeds using BridgeWave radios. Find out how the technology prevents interference

Nortel unveils new metro optical Ethernet gear

Nortel Networks revealed a new class of optical switches for the ever-more-attractive metropolitan area network market, touting the switches

Latin America starved for bandwidth

Providers of telecommunications services in Latin America are hungry for capacity in international fibre-optic networks, because demand for Internet, data transmission and long-distance services continues to increase in the region. This is opening the door for companies that build undersea pan-regional networks to carry international traffic and that sell capacity in their networks to other carriers.

Tsunami slams into Ontario cities

FibreTech - a $10-million fibre-optic investment by the electric utilities of Waterloo Region in Southwestern Ontario that will offer telecommunications services to the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo - has released its new symmetrical, 10Mbps burstable Internet connection, appropriately called the

Group Telecom to buy Shaw telecom

GT Group Telecom announced last month that it will purchase Shaw Communications Inc.

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