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Suggestions for Internet development in Canada **** Furmanczyk

**** 28th 2015

The internet is now the backbone of our social and businesses society.

As the internet has gone from a novel luxury in the 90’s to an essential service used in every home, business, and industry it is now more critical than ever to think of the internet as real infrastructure rather than an optional service such as TV.

Use of the internet is growing
incredibly fast, but our internet

infrastructure is not keeping pace.

Canada currently sits 64th in Upload speed. Countries like Bulgaria (19th) and Ethiopia (41st ) have superior

speeds. Businesses here in Canada

rely on the internet to connect them with the rest of the world.

(Speed data from: netindex.com)

Having good internet ensures we have fair access to compete on international economic growth opportunities. The internet empowers us to sell products or services anywhere in the world and compete in the global market.

What are ‘fiber optic cables’ and why use them?

Currently, most of our broadband internet network is run off the copper cable lines originally intended for TV networks built in the 1900’s. Fiber optic cables work by transmitting data via light through an optical fiber glass/plastic line rather than through copper based electrical currents. As a result, fiber uses less power, lasts longer, and transfers much more data per second (bandwidth).

Some of the newest fiber optic cables can now transfer that data at 99.7% the speed of light, this cuts down on latency over longer distances. Our current network of copper cables was built for a different purpose than we currently use them for, and the

limitations of copper aren’t keeping up to current demands.

Establishing a strong fiber network infrastructure in Canada is critical for our short and long term economic growth and diversification. Fiber serves as a positive way Estimated Fiber vs Copper figures:

Optical Fiber Copper

Maximum Bandwidth 100,000 Gbps 10 Gbps Lifecycle 15-30 Years 5-10 Years

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Data **** 99.7% of **** 66.7% of **** Noise Immune Susceptible to EMI/RFI interference crosstalk.

Weight 6 kg/per km 53 kg/per km

to future proof Canada’s communication network, diversify industry opportunities, support small and large business operations, boost national pride, and create a better Canada for tomorrow.

Benefits of fiber optic network in Canada • Opens many new doors to diversify our economy and increase tax base.

o Increases the tech industry presence.

 Allows bigger tech businesses with large scale data and user networks to operate here.

o Encourages small international business innovation and operation by:

 Giving access to fast upload and download speeds needed for businesses.

 Having a better and more stable VOIP (Skype) online meeting experience.

 Having a way to deliver their content to the world and turn their innovative ideas into a global based business.

o Web video production, cloud computing, remote working, freelancing and any bandwidth heavy business will thrive in a well-priced fiber network environment.

 A lower cost, higher quality fiber network will increase revenue in our businesses.

• Makes Canada more attractive to live and work for internet users.

o People love fast internet speeds, internet users will consider moving to Canada, where they can get those speeds.

• Increases civic pride.

o People will be proud to live in a forward-thinking country that is investing in the future.

Suggested Objectives:

1. Create a 5 year plan to do aggressive expansion of high capacity fiber lines in partnership with 3-5 telecom companies.

o Canada pays the instillation cost to the ISP’s to do the work, then CRCT leases out network access to 3-6 ISPs. CRCT sets the speed tiers and suggested price, while the ISPs compete on customer service and marketing their brand.

o There must always be at least 3 providers available in any location.

o Invite at least 3 new companies to bid on the project (Google Fiber, Amazon, ****, etc…) 2. Increase upload and download bandwidth up to at least 1 Gbps or higher for $100 a month.

3. Ensure no throttling is happening, to VOIP services such as: Skype, and Google Hangouts, and cloud computing software like iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, and Windows OneDrive.

4. Minimal throttling (no more than 50% of promised speed) is acceptable for applications such as Netflix, YouTube, BitTorrent

5. Aim to lower latency down to 30-40ms across Canada/US http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/192929-255tbps-worlds-fastest-network-could-carry-all-the-internet-traffic-single-fiber40000

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**** CRCT,Thank you for watching out for the best interests of Canadians and Canadian business by opening up this discussion and comment time.We live in a fast paced, technology driven world, and our internet has become more than a luxury now. For some people doing business, the internet has become as vital as the very roads we drive on. According to netindex.com Canada has the problem of not treating Download and Upload speeds equally, we see ourselves lagging behind many other countries and if we don't act, the situation will only get worse. An economy in the digital age relies upon the network quality of the country. We must do better, as the CRTC said in their video: https://youtu.be/PweJmI9ZHFk "You deserve communications networks and services that you can count on...." ".....We ensure that you have access to a world-class communications system..."Bravo to such a great video! This is exactly the Canada I want to live in, one with a world-class communications system. I've attached a 3 page document on my suggestions for internet development in Canada.Thank you, and warm wishes to you all, let's make Canada world-class :) **** Furmanczyk

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