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Mensa Networks

September 1, 2010

The education sector stands apart from enterprises and government agencies when it comes to their network infrastructures. On the one hand, the demand for bandwidth and performance is growing by leaps and bounds to accommodate distance learning…

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In search of speed

March 1, 2010

In the home, in the data centre and more recently in the mountains of Whistler Blackcomb and 130 other Winter Olympic venues and support sites, the changing face of data networking has been on display. Jeff Seifert, chief technology officer for…

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Let the games begin!

November 1, 2009

Excitement is building for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games, which will start on Feb. 12, but it is, perhaps, one of the most challenging terrains to wire in the world and there is no room for error. Everything must be working perfectly from…

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Copper to continue to dominate structured cabling systems market, FTM study finds

October 7, 2009

According to Frank Murawski, founder of FTM Consulting Inc., it has been expected for some time that fiber cab…

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VoIP, cable gateways, wireless bright spots in broadband CPE market

September 2, 2009

The recession contributed to 2008 having the slowest total global broadband customer premises equipment (CPE) …

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Survey Finds IT Spending Still On The Books

May 1, 2009

Despite a challenging economy, 76% of CIOs interviewed recently said their companies will invest in IT initiatives in the next 12 months.

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Welcome to the VoIP age

September 1, 2004

The University of Guelph is in an enviable position now that VoIP has become the technology sector’s version of The New New Thing.