News Archive: Communications Industry

Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

Rogers Launches LTE Network This Year

Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a next generation technology that will enable unparalleled connectivity, giving customers a mobile broadband experience similar to what they currently experience at home and at work. [Click on Logo to learn more]

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Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

Allstream’s IP Fibre Network Expansion Program Continues To Generate Strong IP Sales Momentum

In support of its objectives of winning high-margin on-net business and driving growth in IP services – the fastest growing segment of the business telecom market – in March 2010 Allstream launched a program to expand its IP fibre access into multi-tenant buildings across Canada. Since the initiative started twelve months ago, Allstream has extended fibre into 141 new multi-tenant fibre-fed buildings on a cost-effective basis and won a total of 187 new IP contracts. [Click on Logo to learn more]

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Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

Applications for CBC Diversity Scholarship Manitoba Now Open

The scholarship is intended for youth graduating high school with the intention of entering the field of broadcasting or journalism. Two $1000 scholarships will be awarded to each youth who comes from an ethnic or ancestral background and is a visible minority or Aboriginal. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

MTS to bring iPhone 4 to Manitoba on April 26

iPhone 4 is the most innovative phone in the world, featuring Apple’s stunning Retina display, the highest resolution display ever built into a phone resulting in super crisp text, images and video, and FaceTime, which makes video calling a reality. iPhone 4 is powered by Apple’s A4 chip and features a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, HD video recording and a beautiful glass and stainless steel design like no other mobile phone. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

BCBGMAXAZRIA Canada Selects Allstream to Provide National IP Communications Services

BCBG will implement Allstream’s Managed Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) service in its Canadian operations to improve business flexibility and streamline the flow of business-critical information for their 57 locations across the country. BCBG will also receive round-the-clock network management from Allstream, which will proactively monitor their network environment, mitigating network failures. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

Manitoba’s New High-Speed 4G Wireless Network Launches Today

MTS customers throughout Manitoba can begin enjoying the many benefits of the new MTS 4G network starting today. The new network is available to 97 per cent of Manitobans and provides customers with extensive and reliable coverage, lightning fast data speeds and an exciting new lineup of smartphones available at MTS Connect stores across the province. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

Today Rogers Expands Canada’s Reliable Network in Manitoba

Rogers expands its high speed wireless network by 150 times covering 97 per cent of the Manitoba population. Rogers customers across Manitoba can now join Winnipeggers with access to Rogers high speed network with download speeds of up to 21 megabits per second, more device selection, and carrier choice. [Click on Logo to learn more]

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Rogers to Provide In-Store Small Business Specialist at 157 Retail Locations across Canada

MTS Allstream Participates In Global Initiative against Climate Change

On March 26, the lights in 26 of MTS Allstream’s major offices across Canada went out in honour of Earth Hour, helping promote action against climate change. All non-essential lights in participating office locations were turned off for 60 minutes, starting at 8:30 p.m. local time. (Includes list of other green initiatives) [Click on Logo to lern more]

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