Telus Corp. acknowledged that the deployment of its 5G wireless network could be delayed and be more expensive than anticipated if Ottawa chooses to ban Huawei tech
Weston family's Wittington Ventures also participated.
Competition for wireless customers is stiff among Canada's telecommunications companies because it is a high-margin, growing part of their business.
New CRTC regulations on mobile phone contracts come into effect and four other stories to watch for in the Canadian business world this week.
Across eastern Ontario, companies are becoming increasingly creative with how they help charitable causes by developing their own corporate social responsibility programs.
Seven-year agreement covers network-based workplace communication services, including VoIP telephone, instant messaging and desktop videoconferencing tools.
For high-tech companies, competitions are increasingly being used as a way to identify potential employees and to get their names out to university campuses.
Twenty-four university students will show off their network management skills on Thursday, comping for prizes and potentially employment opportunities with companies such as Juniper Networks and Te
The Center of Excellence for Next Generation (CENGN) highlighted its successes in its annual report released Monday.
The Kanata-based Centre of Excellence for Next Generation Networks (CENGN) announced its first set of partnerships Wednesday, and two Ottawa companies have made the grade.