involved in Alberta SuperNet?
An Alberta government infrastructure project
designed to provide high-speed, broadband access to public
facilities (and through service providers, to businesses and
residences) in Alberta communities, Alberta SuperNet is a
partnership involving the government and private enterprise.
Primary project partners:
Bell (www.bellwesternbusiness.ca) and
Axia SuperNet Ltd.
(http://www.axia.com) were awarded contracts by the
Government of Alberta to build (Bell), manage and operate
Alberta SuperNet (Axia SuperNet Ltd.).
WHAT is Alberta SuperNet?
A Government Network
Alberta SuperNet is a high-speed,
high-capacity broadband network linking 4,700 government
offices, schools, health care facilities and libraries in 422
To be completed in 2004, SuperNet is a pathway that lets
government, educators and health care workers share and deliver
information and services province-wide, and faster than ever
Opportunities for the Private
The SuperNet network bandwidth will be
available at standard, wholesale prices to commercial service
providers in Extended Area communities. By purchasing SuperNet
bandwidth, service providers will be able to offer high-speed
network services, including Internet, to businesses and
You can find out
where SuperNet is going in Alberta by viewing the
Interactive Community Map.
Read more about how
communities, their facilities, organizations and residents will
benefit from Alberta SuperNet.
Health Care Providers
Provincial & Municipal Government
In the Home
kilometres of connectivity providing equal access at equal cost
By building a high-speed, broadband
network comprising approximately 13,000 kilometres of fibre
optic (11,000 kilometres) and wireless connections (2,000
kilometres), SuperNet will provide Albertans in both rural and
urban communities with opportunities to access high-speed
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