US pitches wireless highway safety plan

US pitches wireless highway safety plan

The U.S. Department of Transportation and automakers are attempting to garner participation from the telecom industry in an ambitious project...

November 13th, 2005 Jim Duffy

Nortel change is a good sign

Nortel change is a good sign

Last issue’s editorial on Nortel was perhaps a bit too timely. Like most non-daily publications, Network World Canada hits the...

November 10th, 2005 Michael Martin

IBM, Avaya answer convergence call

IBM, Avaya answer convergence call

It takes two to tango. First it was Microsoft and Bell. Then early this week, IBM Corp. and Avaya Inc....

July 28th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman

NZ telcos may work together to avoid outages

NZ telcos may work together to avoid outages

New Zealand's telecommunications industry has spent quite some time over the past fortnight debating how best to avoid a repeat...

July 6th, 2005 Paul Brislen

Regulating VoIP

Regulating VoIP

On May 12, the CRTC decided that Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) would be regulated like local public switched telephone...

June 9th, 2005 Pual Lima

Consolidation with potential

Consolidation with potential

Rogers Communications has been a major player in the Canadian telecom market for years through its wireless phone business. While...

May 26th, 2005 Michael Martin

Canada

Canada

For the first time in years, the hardware sector of Canada’s IT industry is growing, according to data from IDC...

April 14th, 2005 Rebecca Reid

Egyptian entrepreneur close to buying Italy’s Wind

Egyptian entrepreneur close to buying Italy’s Wind

The Egyptian entrepreneur Naguib Sawiris is close to winning a bidding war for control of Italy's telecommunications operator Wind Telecomunicazioni...

April 11th, 2005 Philip Willan

Canadians get VoIP

Canadians get VoIP

A new report reveals that while Canadian enterprises may have a better understanding of voice over IP (VoIP) than some...

March 31st, 2005 Vanessa Ho