Pathways to Technology, a project managed by All Nations Trust Company, is an initiative to bring affordable and reliable high-speed internet connectivity to all 203 First Nations in BC.  

Why?High-speed internet access has long been recognized as fundamental in closing the socio-economic gap between First Nations and other British Columbians. Today, while nearly 95% of First Nations in British Columbia now have a broadband connection into their communities, a lot more work continues to be done to increase bandwidth and provide a reliable and affordable … Read more

Cable Compendium: a guide to the week’s submarine and terrestrial developments

The Gondwana-2 system has landed in Fiji, with New Caledonia’s Minister for Telecommunications Vaimua Muliava saying that the connection between the two countries is ‘significant for regional development’, writes. The new USD81 million system will comprise two parts – international section (Gondwana-2) linking New Caledonia and Fiji, and a domestic cable called Picot-2 deployed … Read more

Aviat Networks Announces Intent to Acquire Redline Communications

Expands Aviat’s Private Networks Offering with Private LTE/5G, Unlicensed Wireless Access Solutions Creates an integrated end-to-end offering for wireless access and transport in the Private Networks segment Leverages Aviat’s sales channel to address a $8 billion Private LTE/5G addressable market Increases Aviat’s reach in mission-critical industrial Private Networks Expected to be accretive to Gross Margin … Read more

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