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CRTC to review satellite Internet pricing in Nunavut, N.W.T. and Yukon

Internet speeds in Nunavut and parts of the North West Territories and Yukon are among the slowest in the country but people in these communities pay higher fees for the service than users elsewhere in Canada.

Snow days ahead for the Internet

Just as the real world will experience unpredictable weather patches during which normal activities are curtailed, every now and then the Internet will experience unavoidable performance degradation

An education in strategy

A B.C. university learns what it takes to add an identity management system to its IT infrastructure

Boston sees new services driving city WiFi

Boston's vision of municipal WiFi sees city, university and hospital fiber networks bypassing the major service providers and laying the foundation for free Internet access, proponents said this week.

Gates memo puts services at heart of Microsoft

Bill Gates has backed a sweeping plan to reshape Microsoft Corp.'s development efforts to adapt to the threats and opportunities presented by the rapid growth of new Internet-based services.

SaskTel International lives up to its name…yet again

SaskTel International Consulting Inc. will be expanding into an area of the world that really needs its expertise. The SaskTel subsidiary has signed an agreement Datec Group Ltd., a foreign services firm, to offer telecom services to countries in the Australasia and South Pacific regions. Datec already offers IT services to organizations in the area. Headquartered in Regina, Saskatchewan, SaskTel International, provides engineering consulting, project management, and software solutions around the world.

China Netcom to expand wireless broadband access

China Network Communications Group Corp. (China Netcom), China's second-largest fixed-line operator, plans to offer wireless broadband services in one more Chinese province, while simultaneously expanding coverage in the three other provinces where the service is currently available, network equipment vendor Alvarion Ltd. said Tuesday.

UPDATE: Cogent extends service

Washington-based Internet service provider Cogent Communications announced on Monday On-Net 500Kbps service, intended to compete with digital subscriber line (DSL) offerings in the Toronto area.

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