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Press Releases

  • CRTC
  • Supreme Court
  • Wholesale Internet

In wake of Supreme Court ruling, TekSavvy urges CRTC to immediately implement 2019 wholesale rates and promote affordable internet

As frustrated consumers demand federal action to lower prices, Canada’s top court dismisses Big Telecom’s case with costs. February 25, 2021. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy) welcomed today’s decision from the Supreme Court of Canada declining to hear appeals by Canada’s largest telecom and cable companies (such as Bell Canada and Rogers), who seek […]

Read moreIn wake of Supreme Court ruling, TekSavvy urges CRTC to immediately implement 2019 wholesale rates and promote affordable internet

  • Broadband Infrastructure
  • fibre-optics

TekSavvy selects Ciena for deployment of new broadband infrastructure through Southwestern Ontario

ISP’s long haul fibre network between Toronto and Windsor to be powered by Ciena’s turnkey optical solutions January 14, 2021. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent Internet service provider (ISP), today announced an agreement with Ciena to utilize its best-in-class optical solutions as the ISP completes its long-haul transport network between Toronto […]

Read moreTekSavvy selects Ciena for deployment of new broadband infrastructure through Southwestern Ontario

  • Enterprise Network Services
  • MPLS

TekSavvy announces MPLS enterprise network service

Partners can secure their branch communications, reduce latency and leverage the coast to coast TekSavvy network backbone to bring new confidence in time sensitive applications. January 11, 2021. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent internet service provider (“ISP”), today announces the broad availability of their MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) network service. By […]

Read moreTekSavvy announces MPLS enterprise network service

  • Business Services
  • Managed Security
  • Managed Wi-Fi

TekSavvy announces Managed Wi-Fi & Managed Security offerings

Partners can leverage the knowledge and experience of TekSavvy’s Technical Assistance Centre to deploy advanced access and security solutions without the headaches. December 1, 2020. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent internet service provider (“ISP”), today announces the broad availability of their Managed Wi-Fi and Managed Security services. Combining robust security appliances […]

Read moreTekSavvy announces Managed Wi-Fi & Managed Security offerings

  • Business
  • Remote Worker Solutions

TekSavvy announces business Remote Worker Solutions

Protecting sensitive financial and customer data with a distributed and remote workforce, affordably and without headaches. November 17, 2020. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent internet service provider (“ISP”), today announces the broad availability of their Business Remote Worker solutions. Combining robust security appliances, software clients and the 24/7 monitoring capabilities of […]

Read moreTekSavvy announces business Remote Worker Solutions

  • CRTC
  • Universal Broadband Fund

Historic subsidies for rural broadband projects clear the way for CRTC to lower prices for weary consumers and remove barriers to independent investment: TekSavvy

ISP says billions in subsidies will close Canada’s digital divide, clearing way for CRTC’s 2019 rate decision to deliver price relief for consumers and accelerate $250 million in planned investment November 10, 2020. Chatham, Ontario. TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), Canada’s largest independent service provider (ISP), today welcomed the federal government’s announcement of the Universal Broadband […]

Read moreHistoric subsidies for rural broadband projects clear the way for CRTC to lower prices for weary consumers and remove barriers to independent investment: TekSavvy

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