Cable & Telecom

CES 2018; Intel says it will make flawed chips safe in one week, which will be needed to deal with data tsunami

LAS VEGAS - Intel’s opening CES keynotes are usually big splashy celebrations about the future, unfortunately this time the company’s past got in the way.2018 so far has not been a happy one for Intel. News broke on January 2 that a large portion of the world's computer processors, including Intel’s, are vulnerable to at least one of two exploits called Spectre and Meltdown that render them susceptible to hackers. The design flaw in Intel’s CPUs effects almost the entire line-up going back to 1995 and could allow malicious hackers to read sensitive data or eavesdrop on other applications running...

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.