Post Tagged with: "broadband"

Consequences of Uncompetitiveness

While the stock markets were focused yesterday on comments to a conference from Google’s CFO, Rogers VP Finance was telling another investor conference about Rogers’ take on the broadband marketplace.  John Gossling said: "The good news, I think, on both is that there is actually some pricing power. Unlike the […]

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March 1, 2006 4 comments News

WiFi Visions

After several years of little movement, Industry Minister David Emerson focused on the broadband agenda during the fall, obtaining new funding for high-speed connectivity nationwide.  While Emerson deserves kudos for focusing on this issue, developments elsewhere suggest that other jurisdictions are even more ambitious.  Municipal wifi continues to attract attention […]

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December 3, 2005 4 comments News

Internet Connectivity in Canada

The CRTC today released a report on the state of competition in the Canadian telecommunications market. The report contains some terrific data on the wireline, wireless, and Internet markets.  Some of the report confirms the obvious –  revenues from the Internet continue to grow at an impressive rate, while long […]

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October 31, 2005 1 comment News

Emerson on Broadband

Industry Minister David Emerson used a speech in Toronto yesterday to emphasize the need to prioritize broadband access nationwide.  This issue has unfortunately stalled in recent years as Canada has seen its global ranking decline.  It is therefore encouraging to hear Emerson state that: "We’ve also been a leader in […]

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September 22, 2005 Comments are Disabled News

High-Speed Net Clash Moves Into High Gear

High-Speed Net Clash Moves Into High Gearlink to on line articlelink to html archive

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September 21, 2000 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive