8 Jun 2011

Ultra high-speed internet access on tap for some Toronto communities

Residents moving or relocating to some of the waterfront communities in Toronto will soon have access to one of the most advanced internet technology systems in the world.

According to Waterfront Toronto, a community development organization created by the governments of Canada and the city of Toronto in 2001, it has enlisted the services of the technology giant Beanfield Metroconnect to give locals even faster access and utilization of the world wide web.

John Campbell, president and CEO of Waterfront Toronto, said internet access has become a crucial part of GTA residents’ home and work life.

“Broadband has become essential public infrastructure for 21st century communities, and the need for faster connections delivered over more robust networks has been intensifying since the dawn of the internet age,” said Campbell. He went on to say that the improved access should help Toronto businesses rival other leading internet-technology cities, such as Stockholm, Tokyo and Seoul.

Jiffy Self Storage understands businesses need the internet to function at their peak, which is why small businesses often use Jiffy Workspace. Each unit is wired with fast web access.

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