Fibre Optic Cable
Installed and operation fibre optic cable networking infrastructure.
This layer was designed to provide users with a complete road network for the province of Alberta.
A wireless networking site that uses either licensed or unlicensed spectrum to provide communications services (voice and/or data) where the service is intended to be used in a fixed location.
Digital subscriber line (DSL) is a data communications technology that provides data transmission over a copper local loop. Fibre technology uses glass threads or plastic fibres to transmit data using pulses of light.
Point of Presence (POP) Site
On the Internet, a POP is an access point from one place to the rest of the Internet. A POP necessarily has a unique Internet Protocol (IP) address. Internet service providers (ISPs) usually have multiple POP sites on the internet.
A wireless network that uses either licensed or unlicensed spectrum to provide communications services (voice and/or data) where the service is intended to be used in a fixed location.
Long-Term Evolution (LTE) Mobile is A protocol or standard used for communications between a mobile phone and cell towers in mobile networks. LTE is also referred to as 4G (fourth generation) cellular technology.
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