Canada’s national priority should be next generation broadband for all by 2017, Courtois urges
News | 04/30/2010 8:07 pm EDT
OTTAWA–Canada needs to move beyond the discussion of providing 1.5 Mbps broadband access to rural and remote communities and commit to next generation broadband for all Canadians by 2017, Bernard Courtois, president and CEO of the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC), told the Senate transportation and communications committee Wednesday.
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