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  1. Telus Bringing Free WiFi to Vancouver

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    City council in Vancouver voted this week to give Telus permission to install free WiFi at public locations throughout the city. Two outdoor locations, one along the downtown section of Granville Street and the other outside the convention centre are awaiting help with technical issues, but all...
  2. US Broadband Provider ICOA to Acquire B.C.'s TANGO Software

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    TANGO Software, based in Richmond, B.C., has agreed to sell a majority stake to ICOA, a broadband wireless Internet network provider. TANGO, a specialist in digital security and payment processing software, has integrated processors with payment gateways including FDMS, Nova Systems, BCE...
  3. Bell Mobility Wins Tim Hortons WiFi Contract

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    Bell Mobility has won a deal to provide wireless network services to more than 2,000 Tim Hortons restaurants across Canada. At least 90 percent of the restaurants in Canada will have the free high-speed WiFi service by the time students head back-to-school, noted the coffee giant. Testing of...
  4. Edgewater Wireless Lands Lucrative Deal in Central America

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    Edgewater Wireless Systems announced it has finalized a deal to supply JMTelcom with WiFi-enabled equipment. The Ottawa-based firm, which recently launched next generation WiFi3 technology, will deliver more than 1,000 access point products over the next year to JMTelecom, an equipment...
  5. Ericsson Acquires Canada's BelAir Networks

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    Swedish telecom giant Ericsson announced it is buying Canadian WiFi technology firm BelAir Networks. Ericsson will purchase 100 percent of the shares in the privately-held, Ottawa-based firm which employs 120. Bernard Herscovich, CEO of BelAir Networks, said in a statement: "By focusing on the...
  6. Edgewater Wireless Ready for Global WiFi Push

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    Edgewater Wireless Systems wants mobile service providers to know that it has successfully completed FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Certification testing of its EAP3000 family of wideband, multi-channel WiFi access point (AP) products. The Ottawa-based firm develops technology products...
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