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.
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Canada is the world’s second-largest country by land area and ranked among the top ten economies. By the end of 2021, global macro models and analysts expect Canada’s GDP to reach over $1 trillion dollars, a recovery signal from the pandemic shock.
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.
The pandemic highlights how internet access empowers citizens to work remotely, operate an online business, use e-government and telehealth services, and attend virtual events and classes. In a post-pandemic era, where mobility in all forms encompasses cities and rural areas, leaders and innovators need to bridge the digital divide with affordable, sustainable broadband solutions.
The EU member states and parliament agreed the text of a law imposing a standard charger for smartphones and tablets sold in the bloc, in a blow to Apple.
The future of cloud is hybrid and very dynamic. With cloud-native being in the spotlight in today’s fast-paced digitalization, open-source software is now underpinning major clouds. Over the years, the rise of cloud technologies and the proliferation of open source have been done both in parallel and together.
The blue bird has been set free. The month of April had a lot of twists and turns for the one-to-many messaging platform before finally falling into the hands of Elon Musk. "Twitter has extraordinary potential. I will unlock it," said the biggest billionaire at present.
We live in a world where every minute counts — whether you are in a business, hospital, meeting, or other kinds of transactions or interactions — physically or virtually. With this in mind, mobility, collaboration, and accessibility are among the top advantages of being connected wirelessly.
The Canadian government unveiled legislation that would require global digital giants to pay for local news content, in step with a landmark law passed by Australia last year.
Many models of the physical keyboard phone BlackBerry will no longer work. The Canadian company has decided to pull the plug on new updates of its operating system, meaning most BlackBerries that became synonymous with the emerging mobile digital culture of recent decades will not operate correctly after January 4.