Broadband Innovation and Collaboration Leads to Improved Connectivity Across Ontario
- Dec 2, 2022 3:54 am GMT
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Same old, same old solutions don’t deliver monumental results. Ontario is on a bold mission to connect every corner of the province to high-speed internet. Getting there requires unprecedented collaboration across sectors, industries, and organizations. That’s why enabling people, process and technology through a seamless new data platform is fundamentally transforming the way Ontario gets things done.
How so? The Accelerated High-Speed Internet Program (AHSIP), which was conceived to support the government in delivering on its nearly $4 billion promise of more equitable internet access, represents a historic step in the way the market delivers broadband infrastructure at scale to address a significant digital divide. Led by Infrastructure Ontario and the Ministry of Infrastructure, this multi-layered program is systematically dismantling barriers, reducing red tape and introducing innovations to unite public and private efforts around a common goal.
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