TeraGo Inc. announced Tuesday that it is launching 5G millimeter wave service in connected multi-dwelling units (MDUs) in the province of Ontario. "We are excited to partner with and empower companies to provide high-speed internet services to previously difficult to service buildings and residences," chief revenue officer Blake Wetzel said in a release. "With this positive step to leverage our advanced services in Ontario, we hope to continue to expand these capabilities across Canada. TeraGo remains laser focused on the further development of mmWave 5G fixed wireless technologies to better the lives of Canadians." The company first began trialing fixed wireless service in the greater Toronto area in 2018, and last November entered into a partnership with McMaster University to build and deploy a 5G mmWave private network for research. TeraGo has some 2120 MHz worth of spectrum licences in the 24 and 38 GHz bands, and serves over 1,800 businesses in Canada's six biggest cities.