D-Zone Anycast DNS, a high-performance security solution, now offered to RISQ Quebec research and education institutions
Today RISQ and the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) announced a partnership to bring DNS services to RISQ research and education members. This service will be offered with RISQ membership, enhancing RISQ’s current security package and bringing high-performance DNS solution within reach for organizations of all sizes.
The City of Burlington and the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) are working in partnership to launch an Internet performance test for the city. Residents and businesses are encouraged to test their Internet connection.
Toronto, ON – January 17, 2017 – Today Authentic Web, provider of enterprise Internet infrastructure and corporate domain registrar services, announced a partnership with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) to bring CIRA’s D-Zone Anycast secondary service to Authentic Web’s enterprise customers.
CIRA’s Community Investment Program is now accepting funding applications for 2017.
CIRA commends the CRTC decision on Internet as a basic service, offers support in meeting ambitious national goals
Ottawa, ON – December 22, 2016 – The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) congratulated the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today on its decision to consider broadband Internet services a basic telecom service.
December 15, 2016 – Leduc, Alberta – The City of Leduc Alberta has partnered with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) to deploy an Internet Performance Test to help city administrators understand the state of broadband infrastructure and use in their region.
This project is part of CIRA’s national pilot project to help municipalities create local Internet testing portals to support local smart-community and digital transformation efforts. Leduc is the first municipality in Alberta to join the trial and one of just two in Western Canada.
New data from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority shows Canadians embracing mobile and Internet-connected devices, despite concerns about cyber-security
CIRA has released the latest edition of its Internet Factbook, an annual look at the domain market, the state of the global Internet, and data on how Canadians use digital technology.
Researchers from Simon Fraser University warn of deadly role that air pollution plays in heart disease
Funding from CIRA's Community Investment Program supports new online outreach material from the Canadian Environmental Health Atlas
Deal provides Anycast DNS services to universities, and research centres across Saskatchewan and Manitoba
Partnership with the Canadian Internet Registration Authority including benchmarking and ongoing evaluation will be key part of Digital Kitchener project