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Xplornet chooses Ericsson network gear for its 5G network

Xplornet to use Ericsson gear to deliver 5G internet to rural Canadians come summer 2021.

Rural Ontario could have gigabit internet in as little as three to five years, says EORN

Gigabit internet access is within reach for Canadians in rural Ontario.

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

Deemed as an essential service, telecommunication is a vital tool in keeping the populous safe, and as social distancing drives work meetings to the virtual space, school closure has moved classrooms online as well. Now more than ever, friends and families rely on their phones and computers to keep each other updated.

B.C. provider starts fixed LTE-based broadband service

ABC Communications adds wireless Internet to its offerings

Will anyone step up to buy SR Telecom?

An Info-Tech analyst predicts the Montreal WiMAX equipment maker will disappear, but a Frost & Sullivan researcher thinks they have a chance if they can weather the storm

Fixed wireless market waking up

TeraGo Networks of Thornhill, Ont., raised $50 million when it was listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. That money will help TeraGo expand across the country, according to a company spokesman.

SUPERCOMM: Vendors ready WiMax gear for testing

Broadband wireless is blowing into Supercomm in Chicago this week just as certification tests are about to begin based on the WiMax fixed-wireless specification. Redline Communications Inc. demonstrated the equipment it plans to submit for WiMax Forum testing next month, while Aperto Networks Inc. introduced its WiMax line and one major carrier laid out plans for fixed wireless deployments later this year.

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 when it built a miniature ver

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