Cable & Telecom

TekSavvy brings 1 Gbps Internet service to rural Ontario town

CHATHAM, Ont. — Independent Internet service provider TekSavvy announced today it has launched fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) service capable of Internet speeds up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) in Thamesville, located in Chatham-Kent, Ont. FTTH service will continue to roll out throughout Thamesville, with completion scheduled for late October, says a TekSavvy press release. “TekSavvy is proud to deliver the latest fibre-based technology to Thamesville,” said Charlie Burns, chief technology officer at TekSavvy, in the release. “Residents can access fast, reliable Internet service with download speeds up to 1Gbps and unlimited usage — and all at a reasonable price.” For more,...

Our industry and COVID-19

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