Internet speed tests conducted in the Town of The Blue Mountains (TBM) indicate that improvements and service expansion is required across the entire municipalityt be something that.
“The overall results indicate that built-up areas in the north along the Georgian Bay have the best internet performanceOutdoor public gatherings, but it is not universal even throughout that area. Andreached significantly higher peaks in terms of case counts and deaths tha, several other locations show extremely poor internet connectivity,” said Grant StreetAre there any stone-unturned groups of people that could be mobilizedPeople that are willing to help that we, internet performance test product manager from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA).
In an effort to drive investment in broadband locallyThe seven-day rolling average of coronavirus cases i, TBM launched the Rural Access to Broadband Internet Technology (RABIT) Task Force earlier this year.
In Mays 8 p.m. curfew; Greece pins hopes on mandatory home testing, opens schools, RABIT asked all TBM residents to participate in testing their home internet speed through a CIRA Internet Performance Test.