By John BugailiskisTORONTO - The CRTC’s 2015 decision to move from an aggregated to disaggregated wholesale high-speed access service (HSA) model has ended up placing enormous cost increases on independent ISPs and will further limit competitiveness with a coming cap on Internet speeds, said Matt Stein, president of the Canadian Network Operators Consortium.“Without changes to the disaggregated regime, our industry will be prevented from keeping prices sane, innovating, and delivering the improved customer relationship we’re known for,” Stein said in a keynote on Tuesday at the 2018 Canadian ISP Summit in Toronto. (He's pictured in a snap borrowed from Distributel's Twitter feed.)While...
ISP SUMMIT: “Canadians won’t wait 43 years for the return of competition”
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