SWIFT (SouthWestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc) is a not-for-profit, collective broadband initiative that is funding the construction of an affordable, open-access, ultra-high-speed fibre-optic regional broadband network for everyone in Southwestern Ontario. Barry Field, the Chief Operating Officer of SWIFT, gave a presentation at the FoTTSA AGM on June 22nd, explaining how SWIFT works and what the timeline is for Simcoe County and Tiny Township. Read the presentation here.
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High Speed Internet Update Unfortunately, the areas of Tiny Township that have long suffered with slow dial-up internet service will have to suffer for a while yet. Despite receiving an on-line petition signed by over 1000 households, neither Bell nor Rogers have as yet expanded their service. But some residents [more]