Fibre to the Premise

CRTC Ruling Means Good News for Albertans

 

There’s good news for many of Alberta’s remote and technologically-sidelined rural communities still waiting for access to high-speed internet services, says Art Price, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Axia NetMedia.

Comparing Rural Broadband Options in Alberta

We wish to provide some perspective and clarity on some questions we get asked all the time about rural broadband options in Alberta, and how we are different that the traditional telecommunications and cable companies.

Axia is an Alberta based company that focuses on delivering next generation networks to underserved markets - bridging the digital divide. Our services are delivered over a revolutionary open access, pure fibre network, that offers the most competitive pricing model to each and every one of our customers. Axia’s open access network allows any traditional telco or cableco (including O-Net) the ability to sell their services over our network. We have international experience operating networks in France, Singapore, Spain, and the USA.

How a high-speed connection can make your home office more productive?

One of the greatest benefits the Internet has to offer is the ability to work from home. Increasingly, Calgary-based employees and entrepreneurs have come to depend on a connected home office that will perform all the functions they need to work remotely.

How Alberta's Clay Teacher would use a fibre connection!

Cindy aka the Clay Teacher is ready for a fibre optic Internet connection so that she can share her pottery studio with the world. Cindy needs a fast, reliable Internet connection so that she can stream videos from her studio to students from all over the world.

Check out some of Cindy's videos on her Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/theclayteacher