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AWS Canada West (Calgary) coming in 2023

AWS will expand its hyperscaler footprint in Canada in 2023 and 2024 as it brings online Canada West (Calgary), a new 3-AZ Region.

Bluewater Regional Networks deploys network route between Canada and US with Ciena platform

Bluewater Regional Networks COO Chris Gould said that the Ciena Waveserver platform “checked all the boxes” Bluewater Regional Networks (BRN), a Canadian community-owned network provider, announced that it is using Ciena’s Waveserver Ai compact interconnect platform for a new cross-border network between Canada and the U.S....

Fujitsu selected to take part in Canada’s Connected Coast project

The Connected Coast project aims to bring high-speed Internet to remote communities along coastal BC, Haida Gwaii and Vancouver Island Fujitsu Network Communications’ hardware and software services have been chosen by the CityWest Connected Coast Network Corporation and Strathcona Connected Coast Network Corporation for the Connected Coast project to bring high-speed...

Bell Canada expands 5G coverage to 28 more communities, adds US roaming

According to Bell, its roaming partner networks cover more than 90% of the U.S. national population with 5G service Bell Canada has taken the opportunity of being labeled Canada's fastest 5G mobile network in Ookla’s latest network benchmarking report to stake its claim on being the...

Bell Canada furthers multi-cloud vision, partners with Google Cloud for 5G

Bell Canada partnered with AWS on 5G edge services in June Bell Canada will host some of its 5G network services on Google Cloud, beginning with its IT infrastructure, network functions and on-premise applications. In addition, the pair will develop cloud and edge services, and will...

Rogers Communications deploys 5G in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Currently, Rogers’ 5G services are available in more than 700 communities in Canada Rogers Communications is bringing 5G to Halifax, Nova Scotia. The network, built with help from Ericsson, is the first and only 5G network in Atlantic Canada, and is also available in communities...

Rogers and Shaw to merge, shaking up Canada’s telecom industry

Rogers will purchase Shaw for $16 billion Rogers Communications has announced that it will purchase Shaw Communications Inc. in a C$20 billion ($16 billion) deal. If the agreement is approved by regulators, the deal will shake up Canada’s wireless industry as two of the country’s...

Vidéotron launches 5G in Montreal, using Samsung’s RAN gear

Vidéotron's network uses 600 MHz, 700 MHz, 2.6 GHz and AWS spectrum Vidéotron has launched 5G service to its users in Canada with support from Samsung. The initial roll out took place in Montreal, the country’s second largest city, with expansion planned across the province...

Rogers begins 5G rollout in major Canadian cities

The 5G launch will start in downtown Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal Using Ericsson equipment, Canadian wireless operator Rogers Communications has begun rolling out 5G network in select cities around the country, laying claim to being the first cellphone provider in Canada to offer the...

TNW Wireless files to force Bell, Telus to provide wholesale roaming

TNW Wireless relies on Wi-Fi, roaming to extend its reach TNW Wireless filed an application with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to force Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility to provide wholesale roaming agreements so that TNW's users can roam onto their networks. TNW Wireless is a...

Cisco brings internet of everything to growing Canadian smart city

Creating a connected city. Mississauga, Ontario, looked to Cisco Systems to help leverage the "internet of things" to improve services, reduce costs and drive efficiency with real-time data in the Canadian city. Mississauga’s population has grown to nearly 800,000 residents in recent years thanks...

BlackBerry approved for autonomous vehicle testing in Canada

BlackBerry was one of three groups approved by Ontario, Canada, to participate in an autonomous vehicle testing program. The pilot licensing program is set to allow autonomous vehicle testing with a safety driver behind the wheel. BlackBerry QNX said it will participate alongside the...

Shaw to purchase Wind Mobile for $1.1B, re-enter cellular space

Shaw to purchase Wind Mobile in a deal to take advantage of growing mobile market Canadian telecom provider Shaw Communications is set to re-enter the mobile space, announcing plans to acquire Wind Mobile as part of a larger purchase valued at $1.1 billion ($1.6 billion...

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