Cable & Telecom

Canadian Fiber Optics builds 10 Gbps network in rural Alberta town

VALLEYVIEW, Alta. — Rural Internet service provider Canadian Fiber Optics (CFOC) announced Tuesday the launch of its privately funded, residential 10 Gbps fibre-optic network in Valleyview, Alta., saying it’s the fastest residential Internet network in Canada. “Thousands of times faster than what is currently offered in most rural communities, the first customers will enjoy blazing fast internet late summer,” reads CFOC’s press release. Calgary-based CFOC builds, operates and services high-speed fiber networks in rural communities in Western Canada through its Northern Lights Fiber (NLF) brand. In addition to Calgary, CFOC has offices in Grande Prairie, Alta., and Saskatoon. CFOC says...

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.