Tag Archives : communications


Tackling IoT on the Wavefront

In many ways, discourse around the Internet of Things has been framed around devices and data. Visioning of novel business models and use cases enabled by IoT has trained its eye on cloud-based applications that can deliver new business insight and/or new citizen services based on information collected by ubiquitous sensor networks in industry, urban […]

Larry Zibrik, VP, market development, Sierra Wireless

Mayor of Toronto John Tory and George Cope, president and CEO Bell Canada

Vitamin Y: Bell Canada’s big fibre play  

Context: As part of a plan to invest $20 billion in developing broadband fibre and wireless networks across Canada by 2020, Bell Canada has announced that it is investing $1.14 billion to bring Gigabit Fibe service to 1.1 million Toronto homes and businesses. Working with Toronto Hydro, and sharing use of 80,000 utility poles, the […]


451 Research: MWC 2015 – the brewing battle over low-power wide-area IoT networks

InsightaaS: Not all IoT traffic is created equal – or so it would seem from the explosion of interest that is building in low power, long-range radio technologies that can take advantage of underused spectrum to support IoT applications. In the article below, 451 Research analyst Brian Partridge delivers the buzz from Mobile World Congress […]

Brian Partridge, VP, research & consulting, 451 Research

Virginia Brailey, VP marketing, Cogeco Data Services

Cogeco set to launch next gen cloud

How do you make cloud more compelling? This was the question facing Cogeco Data Services, which went public this past December with plans to introduce a new cloud service. Scheduled for launch in the early part of 2015, Cogeco’s next generation public cloud will feature dual hypervisors, geo redundancy and location on Canadian soil – […]


Classics rule

People today love their toys. Whether it’s a gorgeous car to cater to a mid-life crisis, a fancy sound system, a high-end TV, or the latest smartphone, we seem to identify the newest, latest, and greatest as the be-all and end-all that will render everything that came before obsolete. In a corporate environment, however, the […]

BlackBerry Classic