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Company Overview of Bell Canada, Inc.
Bell Canada, Inc. provides communications solutions to consumers and businesses. It offers residential services, including local and long distance telephone, Internet access, and digital television services. The company also provides wireless voice and data communications products and services to residential and business customers across Canada. In addition, it offers end-to-end solutions to its small and medium-sized business customers ranging from network design and integration to servers, desktop management, and business applications. Further, the company provides security, call centre, storage, and vertical industry solutions, including CPE and infrastructure solutions, IT consulting and...
1000 rue de La Gauchetière Ouest
Montreal, QC H3B 4Y7
Founded in 1880
Key Executives for Bell Canada, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President, Director, Chief Executive Officer of BCE Inc, President of BCE Inc and Director of BCE Inc
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Brand Officer and President of Mobility & Residential Services
Executive Vice President and President of Bell Business Markets
Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Bell Canada, Inc. Key Developments
Bell Business Markets Announces Expansion of its Data Hosting Facility in Montréal
Jul 31 15
Bell Business Markets launched a 10,000 square foot (929 m²) expansion of its data hosting facility in Montréal, already the large data centre in Québec, that supports an IT load capacity increase of 1.2 megawatts (MW). Providing secure and reliable data hosting solutions to a broad range of Québec business customers, Bell's Montréal centre now offers a total capacity of 6.8 MW in a 60,000 square foot (5,574 m²) location. Together with Bell Aliant and Q9 Networks, Bell Business Markets offers customers access to 27 data centres across Canada, including 3 in Québec, and now has the capacity to support more than 39 MW of critical IT load, more than any other data centre operator in Canada. Bell data centres offer a range of co-location and virtual data centre hosting solutions backed by: Reliability: Exceptional reliability ensures customers' IT infrastructure is always available for their mission-critical applications. Bell offers 100% power and network availability, backed by comprehensive service level agreements. Performance: A high-performing network is essential for connecting to data centres. Bell operates the country's large broadband fibre optic network. Security: Stringent physical security includes video surveillance, controlled access, and 24/7 on-site security and centralized monitoring. Service: As part of the large support team in the country, Bell has unparalleled expertise in delivering secure and reliable hosting services to businesses, including capacity planning, provisioning, installation, and configuration.
Bell Canada, Inc. Announces Launch of Gigabit Fibe to City of Toronto
Jun 25 15
Bell Canada, Inc. announced it will deliver gigabit-per-second Internet speeds to homes and businesses across the City of Toronto with the new Gigabit Fibe service. Coupled with Bell's single infrastructure expansion project, creating approximately 2,400 direct jobs and significant economic and innovation benefits, Gigabit Fibe will bring North America's Internet speeds to more than a million Toronto premises starting with approximately 50,000 homes and businesses that will have first access this summer. Part of Bell's plan to invest $20 billion in its broadband fiber and wireless networks across Canada by the end of 2020, Gigabit Fibe will ultimately be available to 1.1 million homes and businesses across the city. Bell will launch Gigabit Fibe in other cities in Ontario, Québec and the Atlantic provinces as soon as this summer in some locations. As with all other gigabit services, service will initially be available at a maximum 940 Megabits per second and rise to a full 1,000 megabits per second or faster in 2016 as modem equipment suppliers catch up to gigabit speeds.
Bell Acquires 2500 MHz Spectrum to Further Accelerate Mobile Broadband
May 12 15
Bell announced it has acquired additional 2500 MHz wireless spectrum as part of Industry Canada's most recent auction, supplementing existing holdings of these important airwaves to enable further expansion of advanced mobile data networks and services to more Canadians. By acquiring the additional 243M MHz per population (MHz-POP) for $29 million, or $0.12 per -MHz-POP, Bell has increased its total 2500 MHz spectrum holdings nationwide to 1,731M MHz POP for a blended cost of $0.10 per-MHz-POP. Bell will use the additional 2500 MHz spectrum to further support the company's 4G LTE services in eastern and western Ontario, Québec, Atlantic Canada, Alberta, British Columbia and the Territories.
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