fibre Internet

Take control of your family’s Internet usage with Circle

Quick, off the top of your head, how many Internet-connected devices are in your home? How many smartphones, tablets, laptops, iPods, gaming consoles, and smart TVs is your family using on a daily basis? How many hours per day and per week are your children spending online? What websites are they visiting? What videos are they watching?

Axia Announces Fibre Optic Expansion to Stirling, Alberta

Axia’s expansion initiative continues across Alberta with the announcement of its latest fibre optic community, Stirling!

 

 

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.

Upload Speeds

Did you know that your broadband connection to the Internet is two-way? We often don’t consider the importance of upload speeds but it can be very important.

In the early days of computer communications we most likely used a dial-up modem to connect via a telephone line. The modem converted the digital data into an analog signal that was compatible with telephone communications. This was a single line that is referred to as a point to point connection, however you could not send and receive at the same time and you were not always connected. Speeds were very slow so new technologies were needed to enhance the scalability of data networks.