IP videoconferencing offers cheaper, more stable option than ISDN: user

IP videoconferencing offers cheaper, more stable option than ISDN: user

Two years ago, venture capitalists MDS Capital Corp. used to pay stacks of money for a low-quality ISDN-based videoconferencing service....

March 31st, 2005 Rebecca Reid

More VoIP options for Eastern Ontario

More VoIP options for Eastern Ontario

Businesses in Ottawa and eastern Ontario have another option for voice over IP (VoIP) now that the u-telco Telecom Ottawa,...

March 30th, 2005 Rebecca Reid

IS fights cell cost battle

IS fights cell cost battle

The Delta Dental Plan of New Jersey was spending about US$6,600 a month on its cell phone bills.Richard Young, telecom...

March 14th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

China’s ZTE to build mobile phone plant in Zambia

China’s ZTE to build mobile phone plant in Zambia

Chinese telecommunications equipment company ZTE Corp. is looking to establish a mobile phone manufacturing plant in Zambia, possibly starting construction...

February 15th, 2005 Michael Malakata

Senator calls for antitrust scrutiny of telecom mergers

Senator calls for antitrust scrutiny of telecom mergers

A U.S. senator influential on telecommunications issues said Tuesday he's "troubled" about recent announcements of multibillion-dollar telecommunications mergers, saying he...

February 15th, 2005 Grant Gross

Fed paper ‘backward’

Fed paper ‘backward’

A recent government report on Canada’s telecom industry is so “backward-looking” that it may end up hurting the sector it...

February 3rd, 2005 Stefan Dubowski

Analysts lambaste CRTC report

Analysts lambaste CRTC report

A government report on Canada’s telecom industry is so “backward-looking” that it may hurt the sector it aims to serve,...

December 19th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Is the ITC nightmare finally over?

Is the ITC nightmare finally over?

A report from the Conference Board of Canada (CBC) says the good news is that IT and communications industry (ITC)...

November 3rd, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Steel maker forges video links

Steel maker forges video links

Videoconferencing hasn’t been on Charter Steel Inc.’s radar because the technology is too expensive and the manufacturer didn’t see it...

November 1st, 2004 Stefan Dubowski