Canada’s Rural and Remote Broadband Conference promises to provide strategic information sharing for community leaders, rural advocates, service providers and government officials. The summit presents a unique opportunity for stakeholders to come together and share their knowledge, experiences, lessons learned on the challenges and realities of creating a sustainable and ubiquitous digital economy for the rural and remote regions of Canada. The agenda is focused on educating and informing community leaders and related stakeholders about the challenges and options surrounding the implementation of broadband solutions in their regions and the evolving technological landscape, specifically in rural and remote areas.
This Friday, November 27th, 2020 COS Systems CMO & VP North America Isak Finer will be participating in a session that you don’t want to miss!
Some communities are considering providing their own Internet services to ensure local focus is provided to address connectivity issues in their rural and remote locations. However, the path to becoming an Internet service provider can be complex. The panel will discuss the risk and rewards of various options including separating infrastructure ownership and operations while reviewing the pros and cons.
Make sure to join the Panel: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Part 2 Becoming a Community ISP 12-12:55 PM EST.
Click on this link to read more about the conference and register: https://bridgingthedigitaldivide.ca/fall-conference-2020
If you’re interested in reading more about Open Access and True Open Access you should check out our page www.cossystems.com/openaccess. There’s also a piece about it on the news section of our website.