Jeanette Irekvist will assume additional responsibilities as President of Ericsson Canada, effective immediately, while remaining her position as the Vice President and Head of Customer Unit Canada and a member of Ericsson’s North America executive team. She takes over the role as President of Ericsson Canada from Graham Osborne, Vice President, Customer Unit Verizon.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Rogers joined Microsoft in announcing an exclusive Canadian partnership for the private preview of Azure Programmable Connectivity, a solution for developers to build 5G network-aware applications.
Reacting to Canada’s Online News Act, which is currently under discussion at the Senate, Google has decided to block access to news for some Canadians as a ‘test’ to work through the law that requires tech giants to pay for local journalism content used on their platforms.
The TELUS Board of Directors has approved the appointment of the Honourable John Manley as Chair of the Board, effective following his re-election at TELUS’ annual general meeting in early May 2023.
As part of its ongoing Open RAN trials, Bell Canada is to trial the spectrum multiplier technology developed by Cohere Technologies and, for good measure, is taking a stake in the San Jose, California-based vendor.
5G momentum is ongoing, and there is competition on how next-generation 5G networks are deployed and will evolve in the coming years. But with the promise of better connectivity, these networks also involve big security threats.
TELUS Atrium Unveiled in Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering and Innovation
The University of Windsor (UWindsor) and TELUS announced the launch of a 5G-connected campus and commercial lab to support advanced research with 5G technology and establish the university as a go-to center for innovation. TELUS, a world-leading communications technology company, is investing $5 million as part of a multi-year agreement that began in 2020 to fuel the development of new applications for 5G technology. The collaboration will not only support multidisciplinary research in the agriculture, advanced manufacturing, and connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) sectors but will transform UWindsor campuses to enhance teaching, innovation and collaboration.
TELUS and Amii are coming together for a five-year collaboration to study and deliver artificial intelligence (AI)-based algorithms and techniques to manage increasingly complex next-generation networks.
The Rogers-Shaw merger deal has been approved by the Canadian Competition Tribunal, but the Competition Bureau is fighting to be further convinced. Moreover, before the merger successfully proceeds, the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, minister of innovation, science and industry, must also approve spectrum license transfers.
One37 ID enables businesses and consumers to seamlessly exchange reusable, trusted data for travel, telecom and financial services, among many use cases. In an exclusive interview, CEO and Founder Fadwa Mohanna shed light on the company’s innovative vision, the essence of Web3 and the motivation behind having women contribute to today’s digital economy.
Canada's telecom network operators played a vital role in maintaining economic and social activity in Canada, including investing more in expanding and enhancing critical network infrastructure than their international peers, according to a new report commissioned by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA).
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) completed a key step to create more competition and choice in the mobile wireless market for Canadians.
A disconnected Canada shouldn’t happen again, and that’s what pushed the government, together with national telecom providers, to guarantee emergency roaming, mutual assistance and a communications protocol for quick and clear advisories during major outages and other emergencies.