Cable & Telecom

Rogers acquires KWIC Internet

SIMCOE, Ont. – Last December, Rogers Communications acquired Simcoe-based telecom KWIC Internet. “KWIC’s founders made the decision to sell the company as they transition to other opportunities,” Mark Rapley, KWIC Internet’s general manager said in an emailed statement to Cartt.ca. Founded in 1983 as a computer retailer, KWIC has since expanded into software development, managed IT and systems integration and telecom services. The company, which has 25 employees based in its Simcoe office, is now “a full-range residential and business telecom provider, offering a complete suite of services for small and medium enterprise, alongside a locally-serviced and supported Internet, Television,...
 

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.