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Telus claims Canada-first LAA test on live commercial network

Telus has completed tests of Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) on indoor and outdoor live LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) networks in Canada, claiming a national first. The tests delivered download speeds of 970Mbps indoors and 966Mbps outdoors using 80MHz of aggregated spectrum, and Telus noted that LAA is one of the key LTE-Advanced Pro technologies that will ...
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Candela Releases LANforge Version 5.3.6.

Candela Technologies has released 5.3.6 for its LANforge Fire and ICE. LANforge-FIRE generates stateful network traffic at various speeds with the ability to monitor packets for throughput and correctness. LANforge-FIRE sits on the edge of your network and tests your network core. LANforge-ICE emulates networks by connecting virtual route...
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CRTC interim wholesale broadband access rates take effect in Ontario, Quebec

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has imposed interim rates for 'disaggregated' wholesale high speed access services in Ontario and Quebec, applicable to the two provinces' largest copper/fibre access network operator Bell Canada, as well as the three largest cablecos in Ontario/Quebec – Rogers, Videotron and Co...
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Infosim's Veni, Vidi, Vici: Seeing as an integral part of conquering your network Webinar

Infosim's Global Webinar  Julius Caesar knew that, in order to conquer an issue, you need to get a good overview of the situation you are facing. In this Webinar, Infosim shows you how an ideal visualization solution can help you conquer your network issues.  Join Paul Krochenski, Sales Manager at Infosim®, and Jason Farrer...
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Defense in Motion: PacketViper Virtual Minefield Zone (VMZ)

PacketViper customers can build a Virtual Minefield Zone (VMZ) to create a nearly impenetrable network perimeter, and also enforce penalties instantly for any connections falling outside of your defined network guidelines. The VMZ leverages the administrator's advantage, which is the intimate knowledge of their network infrastructure. We then use t...
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NMSaaS' The Importance of Network Performance Monitoring

In 2017, any drop in your network's performance will affect your enterprise's overall productivity. Ensuring the optimal performance of your network, in turn, requires sophisticated network performance monitoring. Through exceptional reporting and optimization, a high-quality network performance monitoring service can ensure that every aspect of yo...
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Viavi’s 10th ‘State of the Network’ study probes security threats

 Viavi Solutions today released the results of its 10th annual State of the Network global study, which focuses on the growing issue of security threats. Now available for download, respondents included 1,035 CIOs, IT directors, and network engineers. "Enterprise network teams are expending more time and resources than ever before to battle se...
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Telus acquires local telco Raftview Communications

Canadian major telco Telus Communications has purchased Raftview Communications, a local cable TV and telecoms network operator in Clearwater and Barriere in the province of British Columbia. Paul Caissie, the owner of Raftview, which has been in business for 30 years, said of the takeover: 'We feel the time is right to transition our business for ...
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SaskTel reaches 200,000 fibre premises passed; upgrades internet in 46 Indigenous/First Nations communities

Canadian provincial full-service operator SaskTel has announced that its 'infiNET' branded fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband network services are available to more than 200,000 homes and businesses throughout Saskatchewan. In a deployment beginning in 2011, SaskTel has now completed infiNET rollout in Estevan, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Swift C...
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Telus, Huawei hail successful 5G wireless-to-the-premises pilot

Canadian operator Telus and Chinese technology partner Huawei have claimed a 'significant breakthrough' with a successful 5G pilot of live point-to-multipoint (P2MP) connections over commercial central office and transport network infrastructure using equipment based on 3GPP 5G foundational technologies, utilising 28GHz band frequencies. A press re...
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Eastlink expands gigabit availability

 Canadian cableco Eastlink has given an update on its ongoing investment in high speed fibre-optic networks including expansion of gigabit-capable internet services, in response to demand for 'real-time entertainment and connected home technologies'. Lee Bragg, Eastlink CEO, said: 'For years, we have been providing gigabit speeds and higher to...
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Best Practices for using NetFlow for Network Forensics Webinar 2

Join us for the latest NetFlow Best Practices Webinar. In this Webinar, we will discuss Best Practices for using NetFlow for Network Forensics.  In this webinar, Netflow Auditor will discuss the following: ​ How to know where your network is compromised? How to achieve pervasive monitoring with sufficient forensics to comply How does...
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Rogers buys Videotron’s AWS-1 spectrum in Greater Toronto for CAD184m

 Quebecor, the parent of Quebec-based quadruple-play network operator Videotron, has announced the sale of Videotron's Advanced Wireless Services (AWS-1) 1700MHz/2100MHz mobile spectrum licence in the Greater Toronto region to Rogers Communications for approximately CAD184 million (USD137 million), pursuant to a transfer option on the frequenc...
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NMSaaS - How to Monitor Network Performance

Continuous network interactive performance monitoring, looking for any delays, misconnections, or slow functioning in the network, is vital.  Servers enable all the client computers in your network to work. They are the source of necessary operating system support and connectivity. If servers fail, even briefly, the fault will cause disruption over your entire system. The rest of the network (the client computers and peripherals) are like disk drives and extra I/O interfaces in the system.&...
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