Broadband, Satellite Networks, and Wi-Fi

Wireless Trends for 2014 #2 — Increasing Volume of Data, Especially Video

One of the top wireless communication trends set to grow exponentially in 2014 is the volume of wireless data, especially for video. Shift from Voice to Video  Traditionally, voice was the driver of wireless networks. While there’s no question that voice is still a staple, there is an increasing shift toward video, and the prevalence… Read More»

Wireless Trends for 2014 #1 — User Expectation of Wireless Anytime, Anywhere

With the year 2013 coming to a close, many organizations are looking ahead to plan for technology and trends that will emerge in wireless communication in 2014. Users Expect to Communicate Any Time, Anywhere A trend that will increasingly shape the way organizations use and implement wireless systems is users’ growing expectation to have access… Read More»

Mobile Mesh Network for Ferries is Canada’s First Deployment of Motorola’s AP7181

Originally Published in Security Director by Leischen Stelter Nova Communications is proud to have worked with Chubb Security and Motorola Solutions to provide the Halifax Regional Municipality’s ferry system with Canada’s first Motorola AP7181 Mobile Mesh Network. HALIFAX, Nova Scotia—Taking a corporate approach to security was an important step for Halifax Regional Municipality in its… Read More»

Community College Partnership Teaches Students Wireless Communications

Don Dickson speaks fondly about his time as a co-op student with Nova Communications. At the tender age of 50, Dickson had just finished a two year electronics course at the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC), and was looking for experience in the wireless communications industry. He found an opportunity with Nova Communications, and fifteen… Read More»

Caribbean Countries Hosted By Nova & Nova Scotia Government

After connecting thousands of Nova Scotian’s, the province’s successful broadband project is now making connections with countries around the world. A delegation from three Caribbean countries wrapped up a tour exploring economic opportunities arising from Nova Scotia’s broadband initiative today, March 30. Visiting the province are government ministers Ambrose George (Dominica), Evan Gumbs (Anguilla), Glenn… Read More»