By Alan BreznickTORONTO—CRTC Chairman Konrad von Finckenstein defended the Commission’s broadband speed targets, consumer complaint resolution process, planned vertical integration hearings and other moves in a 40-minute public fireside chat Wednesday morning.Speaking at the Canadian Telecom Summit held at the Toronto Congress Centre, von Finckenstein dismissed criticism by some made at the Summit Tuesday that the CRTC recently set its broadband speed goals for Canadian Internet service providers too low. In early May, the agency announced that it expects all Canadians to have access to broadband speeds of at least 5 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream by 2015, targets that some...
CTS 2011: Commission expects speed goals to be exceeded
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