Tony Staffieri faced questions from MPs about whether a lack of competition in the telecom sector might have contributed to the massive Rogers outage earlier this month.
One former telecom executive says there is the risk of creating a situation where a competitor's network becomes overwhelmed and service is ultimately degraded.
A Friday outage from Rogers Communications Inc. resulted in some small businesses losing thousands of dollars, which they fear the telecommunications giant won't fully compensate them for.
"The outage is illuminating the general lack of competition in telecommunications in Canada," said Vass Bednar, executive director of McMaster University's master of public policy program.
Stockholm-based firm's first-ever M&A deal adds about two dozen former DragonWave employees in the National Capital Region to the company's growing North American base in Kanata.
Smaller internet service providers are cautiously optimistic about the new telecom policy directives unveiled by the federal government that are aimed at the Canadian Radio-television and…
Wireless connectivity speeds in Nunavut may see a 20-fold increase thanks to a long-term contract between an Ottawa-based satellite operator and Bell Canada.
DragonWave reported its Q3 2017 results this week, and looking back year-over-year, it wasn’t good news.
Ottawa-based bluArc wants to make it easier for you to ditch your desk phone … if only for part of the day.
Kanata North has proven itself much more than a one-trick pony since that telecom bubble of years past. It’s thriving in a number of other markets.