Cable & Telecom

Government, industry, to attack spam

OTTAWA – New legislation and more rigorous enforcement are a couple of the new tools recommended to fight e-mail spam says a new report entitled, Stopping Spam: Creating a Stronger,... Continue Reading

Bell spends on student IP research

MONTREAL - Today, Bell Canada announced a $240,000 contribution to Montréal's Ecole de technologie supérieure (ETS) for a research project designed to enhance service quality and traffic engineering on an... Continue Reading

Cygnal posts Q1 loss

MARKHAM, Ont. – Cable and telecom equipment, and network solutions supplier Cygnal Technologies Corporation today announced that revenues and EBITDA dipped in the first quarter of 2005. Revenues were $29.1... Continue Reading

Some final VOIP day thoughts

OTTAWA - The everyday consumer probably doesn’t understand – or care to understand - what the VOIP decision was all about. They just want better stuff cheaper. In the end,... Continue Reading

Cable should face regs too, says VOIP competitor

MONTREAL – Canadian VOIP provider Babytel sharply criticized the CRTC for leaving Canadian cable companies unregulated in Thursday’s decision. “This is asymmetrical regulation," said Stephen Dorsey, babyTEL president and CEO.... Continue Reading

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.