Cyber Security – How secure is your data? Cyber-crime cost the world more than half a trillion dollars last year and is estimated by Cybersecurity Ventures to cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021. It is the greatest threat to every company around the globe. More than half (53%) of all small to mid-sized…
How building Canada’s pipelines can lower global greenhouse gas emissions and meet CRTC targets to connect rural communities with high-speed telecommunications. Can Canadians come together to build a better future for the next generation? What if we could enjoy the economic benefits of supporting the GDP from our largest industry? What if Canadians could help…
At the 2019 Workshop we will review the progress since 2017, engage in new dialogue on what challenges the industry faces and discuss innovative and game changing ideas that will move us forward.
Rigstar has been selected as the “Best Oilfield Communications Provider” for 2018.
A major Carrier in Canada is currently upgrading their existing LTE network to better serve their valued customers. The upgrade requires extensive engineering and replacement of existing
It’s a pleasure to report that a Calgary company has leased space in a downtown office tower and is in expansion mode thanks largely to being awarded a major contract with a pipeline.
Event Dates: October 3 – 4, 2018
OilComm and FleetComm is where major players in energy, maritime and transportation communities come together to learn about the capabilities of the next generation of communication technologies. Automation, machine-learning, big data and cybersecurity are changing the way we operate as we transition to data-driven organizations.
An Internet Exchange (IE) allows networks to exchange local Internet traffic, providing high-bandwidth and reducing the average delivery cost. Users located in the same city can exchange local traffic, without having to cross international borders, while greatly reducing latency. The primary advantages of an IE include: Cost Latency Bandwidth Cost – traffic passing through an…
Event Dates: April 17th – 18th, 2018
The Structure, Tower and Antenna Council (STAC) helps ensure communications antennas in Canada continue to be constructed with the highest regard to worker safety. STAC is a non-profit Council of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, representing and providing a collaborative forum for Canadian wireless communications carriers, tower owners/operators, tower and rooftop equipment engineering service suppliers, and wireless communication facilities construction and maintenance contractors.