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Bandwidth pressures a concern for indigenous ISPs

News | 10/11/2018 5:43 pm EDT
Downtown Inuvik seen from the south, 30 June 2015. / Photo by Daniel Case via Wikimedia Commons.

Internet service providers (ISPs) in rural and remote communities are trying to keep up with the appetite of users consuming ever-higher amounts of data, especially as video streaming services and gaming become mainstays in the household.

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