"Ultra Broadband” for Google-speed cities: New Technology Opportunities in Telecommunications, Health Care, Energy Conservation, Education and Services- Recording & Briefing Materials Now Available!
July 28, 2010

This exclusive 1-hour CATA Teleforum recording provides insight the mega-revitalization project called "Toronto Waterfront". Ultra-broadband at Google's residential test speeds of one billion bits a second is coming to Toronto. Learn more about the Waterfront project, including how to become a supplier on the I.T. side.

This exciting endeavour is part of the i-Canada initiative. The vision for i-Canada is a nation of provincial and local Intelligent Communities large and small, urban and remote featuring great places to live with innovation cultures and communications infrastructures that ensure economic growth, satisfying employment and social prosperity.

Listen to our featured speakers:

Bill Hutchison, Chair and CEO of Hutchison Management International; Chair of Waterfront Toronto's i-Waterfront Advisory Council and their Executive Director, Intelligent Communities; and, as a social entrepreneur the founding chair or director of ten industry and social consortia and charitable foundations.

Ted Maulucci, Chief Information Officer, Tridel, is creating a new standard in connectivity within buildings, where access to high-speed Internet Protocol networks form the basis of the Intelligent Building.

Rick Otway is Vice President of Central Canada Public Sector Operations for Cisco Canada. He is responsible for business development and sales operations for the Government, Health, Education and Municipal marketplaces.

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To receive this exclusive CATA Teleforum recording and detailed briefing materials, please contact Cathi Malette at cmalette@cata.ca. Service fee: CATA Members or Research Subscribers: $25 (plus GST), Non-members: $45 (plus GST) payable by credit card to 613-222-6465.

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