Nordicity Pleased to Offer Services for Connect to Innovate Program
Posted by Sabrina Wilkinson in Ottawa on Jan 24, 2017

Nordicity is pleased to offer its customized services for the department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development’s (ISED) recently announced the Connect to Innovate program. The $500 million program is intended to extend and enhance broadband service in rural and remote communities, and the window for applications is open from January 16 until March 13.

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Nordicity Insight: Differential Pricing Practices
Posted by Sabrina Wilkinson in Ottawa on Nov 11, 2016

Last week, telecom operators, public interest groups, academics, industry groups and concerned citizens clashed before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) on the issue of differential pricing practices related to Internet data plans.

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Nordicity's 2016 Telecommunications Services Price Comparison Study published by the CRTC
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Aug 11, 2016

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) published the 9th (2016) edition of the Annual Telecommunications Services Price Comparison Study. This Study was commissioned by the CRTC and prepared by Nordicity.

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Post budget, Liberal telecom policy remains unclear
Posted by The Wire Report in Ottawa on Mar 24, 2016

Ideally, new spending programs would be wrapped in an accompanying policy, Stuart Jack, a partner at Nordicity, said in a phone interview. "But life is complicated. And I think they've got a big deficit from the previous government of not having a policy," Jack said, in reference to a lack of a comprehensive digital strategy from the previous government.

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Telecom Policy Should Focus on Innovation, not Competition (The Wire Report)
Posted by The Wire Report in Ottawa on Mar 03, 2016

Stuart Jack and Tanveer Ahmed were invited by The Wire Report provided industry insights after a report was released by the Macdonld-Laurier Institute, authored by Beaudry and Speer.

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Nordicity Presents Spectrum Insights at CanWISP Conference
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Feb 23, 2016

Nordicity Partner Stuart Jack made a presentation to members of CanWISP – the Canadian Association of Wireless Internet providers at their annual conference February 23 & 24 in Gatineau, QC.

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Stuart Jack as Invited Panelist at the IOT Conference
Posted by Nordicity in Toronto on Feb 12, 2016

Nordicity Partner Stuart Jack was an invited panelist at the Internet of Things (IOT) Conference Friday, February 12, 2016 in Toronto. This conference sponsored by NSERC for academic researchers and business examined the issues associated with the roll out of IOT in Canada and globally including data management and storage, security, privacy and impacts on networks.

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Nordicity pleased with successful participation in the Industry Canada’s 2500 MHz Broadband Radio Service (BRS) auction
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on May 12, 2015

On May 12th, 2015 Industry Canada announced the results of its recently finished 2500 MHz BRS auction (April-May 2015). Nordicity is pleased with successful participation in this auction and the outcome which will allow its client - a national wireless operator - to further expand their business and deliver high-quality wireless broadband connectivity across Canada.

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Nordicity welcomes Industry Canada's August 2015 auction for residual 700 MHz and AWS-3 licences, ready to help prospective bidders with innovative combinatorial sealed-bid auction format
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on May 05, 2015

On May 1st, 2015 Industry Canada announced another wireless spectrum auction to be held in August 2015, featuring residual (unallocated) spectrum licences for Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Manitoba and Saskatchewan - from the recent 700 MHz and AWS-3 auctions. Nordicity applauds this decision, clearly aimed at improving the reach to, and wireless coverage of the underserved Northern and rural communities, and offers its expertise and to operators who need assistance with this auction.

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Nordicity discusses the Mackenize Valley Broadband Project with CBC North
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Jan 16, 2015

Nordicity's Stuart Jack discussed the Mackenize Valley Broadband project with CBC North and highlights the need for the government to provide additional information indicating the sustainability of the plan.

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