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No telco vows

The U.S. has seen a flurry of telecom merger activity in recent weeks, but Canada isn’t likely to see anything similar in the near...

Expo Comm: Questions continue to dog VoIP

Despite a big push by manufacturers to sell voice-over-IP (VoIP) equipment, businesses still have some serious questions about the technology, according to one industry analyst.

Study: Private lines will continue to thrive

Private line revenue will continue to grow steadily through 2008, despite competition from Internet services, according to a recent report from Insight Research Corp., a telecommunications research firm.

WorldCom President, CEO resigns

Bernard Ebbers, WorldCom Inc.'s embattled president and chief executive officer, has resigned, the company announced April 30.

Infosat intros three new Iridium services

A new offering from Infosat Telecommunications is trying to give new meaning to the concept of anywhere, anytime.

Study predicts long-distance rates will bottom out by 2005

A new study on Canadian long distance rates shows another decrease in the price of business long-distance rates and predicts business rates will drop to $0.0175 by the end of 2005.

Gateway sued over claims of “free” Net access

Gateway Inc. was charged with slippery Internet practices Wednesday in a class action lawsuit filed in the...

Convergence and the CIO

As any orator will tell you, if you want to communicate to the best of your ability you ...

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