which was borne from BC Rail
when it decided several years
ago to create an internal telecommunications
infrastructure. It turns out they overbuilt
it, and thus, decided to split
it into its own company in order to turn a profit
of said infrastructure
. For the most part, it uses microwave
frequencies to offer data services
. That OC3
running into Squamish
? All microwaves
It was eventually bought out by RSLCom Canada, a larger telecommunications outfit. Despite that, the Westel division of RSLCom appears to be retaining its old personal and small-business charm with very knowledgable and pleasant technicians.
If you ever need good high-speed data services in British Columbia, give Westel a ring, I'm sure they'll have something which will work well for your needs.