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Worried about your firm’s internet and telecom resiliency? Ask these questions

The cross-Canada internet and wireless outages caused by last week's incident at Rogers Communications should make corporate telecom and IT decision-makers think carefully about...

Alberta to intervene in the Shaw/Rogers deal

The Attorney General of Alberta will intervene in Rogers Communication’s C$26 billion acquisition of Shaw Communications, according to a filing to the Competition Tribunal...

Channel Bytes July 1, 2022 – Windows 8.1 end of support looms; Worldwide public cloud services revenue up 19 per cent; Microsoft postpones blocking...

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Rogers and Shaw enter mediation with Competition Bureau over $26 billion merger

Rogers and Shaw have started a mediation process with Canada’s Competition Bureau to try and move the dial in the merger between two of...

Montreal-based Cloudli acquires ConnectMeVoice to expand its presence in the US market

Cloudli Communications, a Montreal-based provider of voice, data and messaging solutions, this week announced the acquisition of ConnectMeVoice, a provider of next-generation hosted voice...

Rogers and Shaw agree to sell Freedom Mobile to Quebecor

Late Friday evening, Rogers, Shaw, and Quebecor jointly announced that they have reached an agreement in which Freedom Mobile will be sold to Quebecor,...

Rogers launches faster 5G service on 3500MHz mid-band spectrum

Rogers has become the first mobile service provider to launch 5G service using the mid-band 3,500Mhz spectrum.

Coffee Briefing June 14, 2022 – Uber Canada releases 2022 Lost and Found index; YWCA awards; Mastercard expands Girls4Tech; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

TekSavvy Unified Communications service now available nationally

Ontario-based independent internet service provider (ISP) TekSavvy announced that its Unified Communications solution, a service that bundles multiple business communication services into a single...

Mobile service costs in Canada are getting cheaper as data use rises, says the CRTC

Canadian mobile data use climbs as prices continue to decline, said the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in a new report compiled using data collected...

Coffee Briefing May 31, 2022 – Inmarsat to help Canadian government connect communities, scientists, and military; University of Waterloo to offer support to Ukrainian...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Channel Bytes May 13, 2022 – Zomentum supports NCE; Egnyte enhances MSP program; Computer Golf Classic announced; and more

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Channel Bytes May 6, 2022 – State of Wireless WAN Report released; SONiC project joins Linux Foundation; NINJIO partners with TD SYNNEX; and more

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Yukon’s fibre-to-the-home assets now Indigenous-owned

For the first time in Canada, the majority of a province or territory's in-community fibre assets are now Indigenous-owned.  Northern Canada's telecommunications provider Northwestel announced...

Bell announces the first AWS Wavelength Zone in Canada

Bell has deployed the first AWS Wavelength Zone in Canada to accelerate 5G network performance at the edge. AWS Wavelength is part of AWS’ platform for building...

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