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.
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Beanfield, owner and operator of the largest independent fiber-optic network in Toronto and Montreal, today announced the acquisition of Urbanfibre, a leading fiber provider operating in the Greater Vancouver Area. This acquisition is part of Beanfield’s ongoing commitment to expanding its residential and commercial network and service offerings across Canada’s major metropolitan areas and, along with its recent acquisition of FibreStream, carves out a path for a stronger and more resilient communications network on the West Coast.
The governments of Canada, Singapore and the United Kingdom have united in the belief that the Internet of Things (IoT) offers tremendous economic and social benefits, and appropriate cybersecurity requirements must be built into these connected products.
A national telecom outage that lasted for 19 hours impacted Canada as a whole, resulting in outrage and criticism of Rogers’ dominance as Canada’s biggest telecom operator.
For the first time, regulators from Canada, Australia, Ireland, Hong Kong and the United States met in person to find better ways to combat scams.
A major outage affecting mobile and internet networks at Canada's top telecoms provider was improving, the company said, after disrupting banking, calling, cashless payments and even policing. Telecoms firm Rogers reported progress, stating that"wireless services are starting to recover."
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Trans-Canada Microwave System officially opened on July 1, 1958, and since then, it made an immense impact on both Canadian society and the economy.
The telecommunications industry significantly utilizes the internet of things (IoT), and the latter heavily relies on the former as well. The dependency of telecoms on IoT has attracted more research than the opposite. It is only the use of telecommunications in the Internet of things that is deeply known by many.
5G presents a huge potential impact in Canada, not only on the economy but also on driving the telecom sector forward, bridging the digital divide, and reducing carbon footprint.