It’s official: Edmonton is about to become the number one city in Canada with nearly ubiquitous and extremely fast internet services available for both residential and commercial sectors. This will be facilitated by Telus’ one billion dollar fibre optic investment, and the fair city of Edmonton will be the first beneficiary.
This technology makes use of plastic or glass threads to transmit data as light pulses instead of signals through metal cables. This infrastructure investment is expected to reach up to ninety percent of homes and office buildings while boosting education, innovation and streamlined health care services in Edmonton.
With this, the education sector is expected to benefit from a more enhanced telecommuting capacity, as well as interactive, virtual field trips. For the health sector, this technology is expected to support digitizing patient information and delivering primary care electronically, especially in e-prescribing medication.
These days, a connection to the Internet is important both for businesses and residences. All of the information and services available on the World Wide Web make it a great resource for commercial and personal purposes. For example, companies find it easier to connect with customers via videoconferencing while individuals like to have easy access to streaming sites for entertainment. Depending on your needs, you can be assured that Edmonton Telus stores can help hook you up with an Internet connection that can serve your needs.
Last April saw the launch of the latest offering from the Korean android phone giant Samsung, with companies like Telus making the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge available to Canadians everywhere. After its launch, Samsung announced that sales for both the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge had surpassed 10 million within a month, and it’s not hard to see why. Sporting sweet new features and a sleeker design, the latest Galaxy S6, available among Edmonton Telus stores, had even been dubbed as the “best Android phone in the world.”