Cable & Telecom

Rogers acquires Clearcable

HAMILTON, Ont. – Rogers Communications acquired Clearable, a telecommunications technical consulting firm based in Hamilton, Ont., this past September. Clearcable helps “enable appropriate technology and services for advanced communications by augmenting the existing or building the internal operations for its service provider client base,” according to the company’s website. The company continues to operate as did before its acquisition by Rogers. “Since 2004, Clearcable has and continues to focus on promoting, delivering, and supporting broadband connectivity in rural, remote, and Indigenous communities of all sizes,” said Rob McCann, founder of Clearcable, in an emailed statement to Cartt.ca. “The pandemic has...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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