At the beginning of this week, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) began a nine-day hearing about how they should go about regulating the country’s Internet market as next-generation
Discovering news ways to use advancements in technology to improve everyday life is a responsibility that will fall on the shoulders of our youth, so it is our responsibility to
The SWIFT team recently came across a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), which was commissioned by the Groupe Special Mobile Association (GSMA) titled “Connected Life – The impact of the connected
The Internet of Everything is a growing hot topic around the world, and a fantastic focal point for demonstrating the benefits broadband connectivity beyond their most common uses. The ability
Controlling your entire home from your smartphone may seem like something out of a sci-fi movie, but this technology is advancing quicker than you think.
Recently, condominium developer, Canderel, announced
The i-CANADA 150 campaign aims to celebrate 150 years of the country’s rich history, spearheading the world’s Age of Communication.
As far as technological inventions and innovations go in the
Three years ago, Canadian patients travelled 47 million less kilometers in a single year thanks to Canada’s Telehealth system. That’s the equivalent of taking 2,700 cars off the road for
Did you know that SWIFT plans on connecting to Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) in Toronto, St. Catharines, and Windsor? This will result in faster and affordable Internet for South Western
SWIFT is committed to developing and constructing an affordable and reliable fibre-optic network for everyone in South Western Ontario. But what exactly is fibre-optic communication?
Developed in the 1970s, fibre-optic