Collapse of BCE deal good for business: Analysts

Collapse of BCE deal good for business: Analysts

The announcement Thursday that Bell Canada Enterprises Inc.’s acquisition by a consortium led by a pension fund will not go...

December 10th, 2008 Greg Meckbach

Competition will trump telecom price increases

Competition will trump telecom price increases

CANADA’S TELECOM INDUSTRY AS A WHOLE WILL GROW AT A MODEST PACE OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS, but according to...

September 30th, 2008 IT World Canada Staff

Customers charged for incoming texts will receive refunds for spam

Customers charged for incoming texts will receive refunds for spam

Those who held out hope that Industry Minister Jim Prentice would somehow prevail on Bell and Telus not to charge...

August 15th, 2008 Brian Jackson

Level 3 grabs TelCove in buying spree

Level 3 grabs TelCove in buying spree

Level 3 Communications Inc. has expanded its network to cover additional U.S. cities by announcing Monday that it agreed to...

May 1st, 2006 Ben Ames

Canadian Telecom Summit: Regulation takes centre stage

Canadian Telecom Summit: Regulation takes centre stage

A complex interplay of technology, services and end-user requirements inform the rules that govern phone companies, according to Charles Dalfen,...

June 16th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Report: Wi-Fi usage goes up while cost goes down

Report: Wi-Fi usage goes up while cost goes down

According to a report released Tuesday by Pyramid Research LLC, the next five years will show a dramatic increase in...

July 22nd, 2003 Lindsay Bruce

Greg Enright: Editor’s Angle

Greg Enright: Editor’s Angle

It's clear that the fallout from Worldcom Inc.'s recent accounting improprieties will have a depressing effect on the North American...

July 11th, 2002 No Author

Analysis: China Telecom breakup

Analysis: China Telecom breakup

The splitting into two of China Telecommunication (Group) Corp. (China Telecom), the largest telecom carrier in China, does not necessarily...

October 18th, 2001 Stephanie Sim