The future will be faster still

Jenkinson, Michael
December 1996
Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;12/02/96, Vol. 23 Issue 51, p24
Focuses on the explosive growth of the Internet in 1996. Videotron, Shaw, Rogers, and other Canadian cable companies touting their ultra high-speed Internet access; The growing number of Internet service providers (ISP) offering lower-than-ever rates; How the companies plan to offer Internet access; Features and capabilities of special cable modems; How Telus plans to compete in the market; Comments of Professor Drew Parker.


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