A Look at the CRRBC Virtual Conference


Published: June 30, 2020

Canada’s Rural and Remote Broadband Conference Series offered a two day virtual event featuring community, government, and industry stakeholders addressing the challenges of rural broadband and options to address the gaps in internet connectivity. This topic, always important, has reached new levels of significance in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. The conference focused on the challenges and realities of creating a sustainable digital economy for the rural and remote regions of the country.

PANEL – MEASURING AND ASSESSING A RURAL PROJECT’S TECHNICAL VIABILITY

During the event, CENGN’s Senior Manager of Broadband Programs, Kirby Koster, joined other rural broadband leaders on a panel to discuss the question of validating and measuring a rural project’s technical success. Watch the recording of the panel below:

A look at the CRRBC Virtual Confrence – Panel

Connectivity has become essential to harnessing the potential of all communities.  Through high speed broadband, communities can accelerate businesses and increase quality services, leading to a strengthening of the economy and an increase in quality of life.

CENGN works with industries and communities in northern and rural regions to improve residential broadband across Canada. Through CENGN’s Rural and Northern Residential Broadband Program service providers are enabled to validate business case solutions to improve high-speed internet access to residences within Rural communities. 

Click below to learn more about CENGN’s Rural Ontario Residential Broadband Program:

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Maxim is the Marketing Specialist Student at CENGN and is currently studying Interactive Multimedia and Design, Bachelor of Information Technology, at Carleton University. She enjoys creating graphics and content about the newest technologies to help drive innovation forward in Canada.

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