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Canada lags globally in offering hyperconnectivity

News | 05/22/2008 11:04 am EDT

Canada’s slow pace in embracing hyperconnectivity – despite having solid wired and wireless communications infrastructures – means it is ill-equipped to serve a younger workforce accustomed to using multiple devices, multiple applications and a seamless network. That’s the warning from Nortel Networks Corp. in a new study that should serve as a wake-up call to Canadian companies.

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