Wireless beats fibre on Prairie

Wireless beats fibre on Prairie

Terago Networks is used to putting up fixed wireless networks in urban centres, but the company broke new ground recently...

April 14th, 2005 Michael Martin

Wireless trumps fibre at Manitoba schools

Wireless trumps fibre at Manitoba schools

Terago Networks is used to putting up fixed wireless networks in urban centres, but the company broke new ground recently...

March 17th, 2005 Michael Martin

Copper connectivity reaches South Africa

Copper connectivity reaches South Africa

Copper connectivity should enable far faster adoption of the latest 10Gbps-capable networking technology, as a result of it being more...

February 9th, 2005 Russell Bennett

Getting a fix on wireless

Getting a fix on wireless

In Canada’s major metropolitan regions, businesses tend to take broadband for granted. Within the downtown cores of Toronto, Montreal, Calgary...

September 30th, 2004 Michael Martin

Aliant strikers receive $3-million boost

Aliant strikers receive $3-million boost

Striking Aliant Inc. workers received a total of $3 million earlier this week when both the Communications, Energy and Paperworks...

July 29th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce

Broadband timebomb ticks for enterprise networks

Broadband timebomb ticks for enterprise networks

A network capacity timebomb with the potential to cripple businesses if left unchecked awaits Australian enterprises, leading industry figures warned...

April 20th, 2004 Rodney Gedda

Outlying areas win fibre aid

Outlying areas win fibre aid

The CRTC's decision in August to ask incumbent carriers to issue tariff rates for dark fibre should be a boon...

October 31st, 2003 Michael Martin

Avaya cabling makes 10G go further

Avaya cabling makes 10G go further

Network World (U.S.) Avaya Inc. this week released new cabling products aimed at helping users increase the distances between 10G...

August 25th, 2003 Phil Hochmuth

Bell targets firms with large bandwidth needs

Bell targets firms with large bandwidth needs

Bell Canada recently rolled out its High Speed Metro Service, a managed, metropolitan wavelength offering, designed to appeal to large...

August 8th, 2003 Michael Martin