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  Bell Canada
Bell's predecessor companies, controlled by Alexander Melville Bell (father of Alexander Graham Bell), offered point-to-mass content services over telephone lines as early as 1877: songs, duets, glees, and sermons, for example, were transmitted for reception by subscribers using ordinary telephone instruments as receivers.
Bell Canada and other Canadian telephone companies for many years argued, however, that they should be permitted to own exclusively any and all communication wires into the home or office, including the cable TV connection.
Bell has argued further that telephone companies should now be permitted to enter directly the cable television industry, whether by leasing bandwidth from cable companies or by interconnecting their own coaxial or fibre optic facilities with those of cable companies, in order to receive signals for retransmission from cable head-ends.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/B/htmlB/bellcanada/bellcanada.htm   (927 words)

 Bell Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bell Canada logo used from 1902 to 1922.
Graham Bell assigned 75% of the Canadian patent rights to his father, Melville Bell, who, with a friend, Reverend Thomas Henderson, leased pairs of wooden hand telephones for use on private lines constructed by the client from, for example, a store to a nearby warehouse or from a business to an executive's residence.
Bell Canada originally extended lines clear from Nova Scotia to the foot of the Rocky Mountains in what is now Alberta.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bell_Canada   (1630 words)

 Bell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Bell Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of BCE Inc., is Canada's largest supplier of telecommunications services.
In 1993, Bell Canada posted consolidated total operating revenues of about $8 billion, 81 per cernt of which were generated from local and long distance telecommunications services.
Bell Canada also owns 100 per cent of WorldLinx Telecommunications Inc. WorldLinx is an unregulated company providing business customers with high-end telecommunications expertise in such areas as global network interconnection, desktop teleconferencing, electronic messaging and public data base access.
www.dgp.toronto.edu /tp/industry/bell.html   (582 words)

 PIAC | Bell Canada
Specifically, you alleged that Bell was not bringing to the attention of its residential local telephone customers (a) its policy of sharing customer data with affiliates for secondary marketing purposes and (b) the corresponding opportunity for customers to opt-out of such sharing.
Bell has explained that, because the process of obtaining express written consent would be cumbersome, the company some time ago made the decision not to seek such consent from customers, but rather to forego such disclosure of information in general.
Bell affirms, furthermore, that it has never relied upon any consent obtained from the mail-out; in other words, no information has actually been disclosed on the basis of any response from this initiative.
www.piac.ca /privacy/bell_canada   (1687 words)

 Northern Electric   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Bell patented his new invention in the United States in 1876, and in Canada in 1877, where 75 percent of the Canadian telephone patent was assigned to his father, Melville.
Bell Canada was part of the system as was Bell Labs that did RandD for both the US and Canada.
BNR (known as Bell Northern Research) was formed in Ottawa to carry on the work for Bell Canada that was formerly done at Bell Labs.
www.bellsystemmemorial.com /northern_electric_history.html   (2074 words)

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Bell Canada is an operating telecommunications company serving the provinces of Ontario and Quebec in Canada.
In addition to offering voice, data, and visual telecommunications services, Bell Canada owns a large manufacturing subsidiary (Northern Electric) and an R and D subsidiary (Bell-Northern Research).
Bell Canada's overall objective is to migrate 100 percent of its traffic, including all of its voice traffic, onto a national IP backbone network within three years.
www.lycos.com /info/bell-canada.html   (615 words)

 Bell Telephone Company of Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Bell Canada and its nine operating subsidiaries serve most of the eastern half of Canada, together accounting for 70 per cent of Canada's 11.7 million telephones.
Bell Canada's manufacturing subsidiary, Northern Electric, serves a substantial portion of the Canadian equipment market, and Bell Northern Research, held jointly by Bell Canada and Northern Electric, is the research and development arm for both companies.
Bell Canada is majority owned by BCE Inc., a holding company which also owns Nortel and other telecom companies.
www.bellsystemmemorial.com /canadian_bell_companies.html   (4615 words)

 Case Studies - Bell Canada - L-Soft
Bell Canada provides a range of communications services, including local and long-distance telephony, Internet access and high-speed data services to 12.6 million customers in Ontario and Quebec.
Bell Canada needed a software solution that could scale as demand for the e-mail reminder service increased.
Bell Canada uses 10 billing cycles per month, which means that full customer participation would require the company to send more than 1.2 million e-mail reminders every three days.
www.lsoft.com /customers/bellcanada.asp   (682 words)

 SAS Success Story: Bell Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Bell Canada's strategy for capturing the VDSL market involved targeting deployment to multi-dwelling unit (MDU) buildings, which, in the company's main operating territory, account for 40 percent of existing housing and 50 percent of all new housing.
Bell Canada realized that success depends on carefully targeting where to install the necessary hardware, and then marketing to the right households.
Bell Canada uses SAS software to create massive datasets using multiple data sources from various properties, producing hundreds of predictive models for acquisition and retention that allow the company to determine common customer identifiers.
www.sas.com /success/bellcanada.html   (924 words)

 Bell Canada and Microsoft Canada Team Up To Deliver New Integrated Services For Small and Mid-Size Businesses
Bell intends to collaborate with Microsoft to develop new integrated services that will allow small and mid-sized business customers to increase their productivity and have access to reliable and secure solutions.
Bell Canada, Canada's national leader in communications, provides connectivity to residential and business customers through wired and wireless voice and data communications, local and long distance phone services, high speed and wireless Internet access, IP-broadband services, e-business solutions and satellite television services.
Bell Canada is wholly owned by BCE Inc. For more information please visit www.bell.ca.
www.microsoft.com /canada/media/releases/2004_12_14.mspx   (751 words)

 BCE converting Bell Canada into income trust; follows lead of Telus
He said the BCE conglomerate, also known as Bell Canada Enterprises, was created in a different era with a different purpose that focused on diversification.
The Bell Canada Income Fund would have an initial annual cash distribution of $2.55 per unit, compared with the current BCE dividend of $1.32 a share.
Bell Aliant units ticked 55 cents lower to $34.10 Wednesday afternoon on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
www.cbc.ca /cp/business/061011/b101182.html   (1328 words)

 Stentor, Bell Canada, Independents - Some History
Bell Canada served primarily the populated areas of Quebec and Ontario, but it also operated exchanges in the Atlantic provinces, and at one time operated exchanges in provinces west of Ontario (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta).
In 1899, Bell Canada purchased the Barrie and Johnson Wire and Cable Company of Montreal, which in 1911 was renamed Imperial Wire and Cable.
Bell Canada and GTE's British Columbia Telephone Company have been federally regulated for decades, while the individual dominant provincial telcos of TCTS (Telecom Canada, now Stentor) were regulated by their own provincial regulatory agencies.
www.hackcanada.com /canadian/phreaking/canfonehist.html   (4090 words)

 Bell Canada
Bell Canada Enterprises is Canada's largest communications company.
Through their main subsidiary Bell Canada, they provide local telephone, long distance, wireless communications, Internet access, data, satellite television and other services to residential and business customers through some 26 million customer connections.
Bell Canada is using Motive products to provide its Sympatico DSL customers with a faster and easier pre-qualification and self-installation process, as well as improving the overall customer experience with self- and assisted support tools.
www.motive.com /customers/bios/bio.asp?customer=bellcanada   (95 words)

 Bell Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Bell Canada is a leading telecommunications company based in Canada.
Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) is the parent company of Bell Canada.
Bell Canada’s IP telephony uses a soft-switch server for delivering VoIP services over its network.
www.point-topic.com /content/bmm/profiles/voip/Bell+Canada.htm   (312 words)

 Bell Canada Transforms Legacy Applications Into Sophisticated Business Intelligence Systems
In 1900, the Bell Telephone Company of Canada introduced the first central energy switchboard, or common battery, which eliminated the need for customers to generate the power to make a call by turning a crank on the telephone.
While the technology at Bell Canada has changed tremendously in the last 100 years, the defining principle of the company remains unchanged: to provide stellar customer service.
Today Bell Canada provides a full range of communications services to more than 8 million residential and business customers in Canada – including local and long-distance telephone service (both wireline and wireless), Internet access and high-speed data services, and satellite communications, among others.
www.informationbuilders.com /applications/bell_can.html   (1412 words)

 VON Magazine :: Web Exclusives :: Bell Canada's "Way Better" VoIP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
VON Canada 2006, Toronto - By connecting voice customers to an IP-based network at the central office rather than through an ATA, Bell Canada's Bell Digital Voice (BDV) service is "way better" than traditional VoIP, according to a company official.
Ron Close, President, VoIP Bell Canada, said the company had come to the conclusion after looking at the costs involved in providing a broadband-based VoIP service and assessing the costs involved in implementing it.
Bell Canada rolled out BDV within 100 days of deciding to offer it, in September 2005.
www.vonmag.com /webexclusives/2006/04/3_Bell_Canada.asp   (321 words)

 ISP Planet - Resources - BackBone Guide - Bell Canada
Bell Canada's backbone network serves U.S. and international ISPs with a focus on reliability.
The Bell Canada Carrier Services Group is the wholesale division of Bell Canada Enterprises.
As a standalone business within Bell Canada, separated from the company's retail operation, the Carrier Services Group is set up specifically to provide services to customers on an impartial and confidential basis.
www.isp-planet.com /resources/backbones/bell_canada.html   (315 words)

 broadband help » News » Bell Canada Television - Company moving forward with VDSL TV
Bell Canada has filed two applications, according to the magazine, for cable licences to serve 11 urban centers including Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City.
Bell Canada will be targeting apartment buildings and other areas where many people live in a large area.
Bell's probably being a little cautious, probably checking to see if the VDSL service will be as popular as they expect it to be.
www.dslreports.com /shownews/45646   (775 words)

 Bell Mobility Canada (CA) Wireless Cell Phone Service Provider, Cellular Phone Plan, Coverage Map & Customer Service
Bell Mobility is the division of BCE Canada which sells wireless services in Canada.
Bell Mobility boasts over 5.5 million subscribers as of March 2006 and the most rate plans of any provider in North America.
Bell Canada is neither the owner nor the author of this Web site, and it is in no way responsible for any of its contents or updates.
www.canadaphones.ca   (432 words)

 Bell Canada — TeleSciences   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Company's primary focus is Bell Canada, which encompasses its core business operations.
Bell Canada is a provider of wireline and wireless communications services, Internet access, data services and video services to residential and business customers.
Bell Canada has six major lines of business: local and access services; long-distance services; wireless services; data services; video services, and terminal sales and other.
www.telesciences.com /company/customers/customer_BellCanada   (125 words)

 Case Study: Bell Canada
Bell Canada is Canada’s national leader in communications, offering products and services that simplify and improve productivity for its customers’ lives.
Bell employees relied heavily on the use of phone calls and email for inter-office communications, but lacked an efficient means to check people’s availability so that meetings could be scheduled easily.
Now that Bell has standardized its email and messaging platform with Exchange Server 2003, staff are able to communicate with their colleagues easily, receiving project updates by email and scheduling meetings without conflict or delay.
www.microsoft.com /canada/casestudies/bellcanada.mspx   (1889 words)

 Bell Microproducts Canada - home
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Bell Microproducts fully supports the European RoHS and WEEE directives.
www.bellmicro.com /canada   (149 words)

 Bell Canada
He was key to the establishment and development of the telephone in Canada and is considered the founder of The Bell Telephone Company of Canada, incorporated by Federal charter on April 29, 1880.
Bell Canada is Canada's national leader for communications in the Internet world, provides connectivity to residential and business customers through wired and wireless voice and data communications, high speed and wireless Internet access, IP-broadband services, e-business solutions, local and long distance phone and directory services.
Bell Canada is owned by BCE Inc of Montreal.
www.scripophily.net /bellcanada.html   (755 words)

 Hundreds complain about Bell request for rate hike
Bell Canada says it wants to level the playing field with competitors who do not charge installation fees.
The CRTC is now soliciting public input on the Bell proposal.
Bell Canada spokesman Mirko Bibic said the change is a response to the fact that many of its competitors include installation costs in their monthly rates.
www.cbc.ca /canada/ottawa/story/2006/09/20/bell-rate-increase.html   (1416 words)

 Bell Globemedia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BGM was originally jointly owned by Bell Canada Enterprises with a majority interest, and The Thomson Corporation and The Woodbridge Company Ltd., the family holding company of the Thomson family, with minority interests.
For all practical purposes, Bell Globemedia is the successor to Baton Broadcasting Inc. (first word pronounced /ˈbeɪ.tɑn/ or BAY-tawn), which by the late 1990s had become one of Canada's largest broadcasters.
The company acquired partial ownership in TQS in 2002, the Sympatico portal was sold back to Bell Canada, while a further investment from the Thomsons (whose ownership increased to 31.5%) funded the acquisition of 15% of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bell_Globemedia   (1826 words)

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