Rogers outage - House of Commons INDU hearing
sean at donelan.com
Tue Jul 26 00:55:15 UTC 2022
Canada is part of North America, and may be of interest to NANOG.
Rogers had a nationwide outage on July 8, 2022. The House of Commons
held a hearing today (July 25, 2022) on the outage and invited the Rogers
CEO, other company CEOs, regulators and academics to testify.
Recording of the House of Commons INDU hearing
Rogers CEO Tony Staffieri said the company now plans to physically
separate its wireless and internet networks to ensure more redundancy in
the future. Company estimates it will cost at least $250 million.
Rogers still plans to complete the proposed $26-billion acquisition of
Shaw. The CEO claimed the greater scale of the merged companies would
allow Rogers to create seperate wireless and internet networks faster.
CRTC chairperson said that reliability and competition are separate
Department of Industry
• Simon Kennedy, Deputy Minister
• Éric Dagenais, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Spectrum and
• Mark Schaan, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Strategy and Innovation
Rogers Communications Inc.
• Tony Staffieri, President and Chief Executive Officer
• Ron McKenzie, Chief Technology and Information Officer
• Ted Woodhead, Chief Regulatory Officer and Government Affairs
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
• Ian Scott, Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer
• Fiona Gilfillan, Executive Director, Telecommunications
• Michel Murray, Director, Dispute Resolution and Regulatory
As an individual
• Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-Commerce Law,
Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa
• Ben Klass, PhD Candidate, Carleton University, Senior Research
Associate, Canadian Media Concentration Research Project
• Dwayne Winseck, Professor, Carleton University, Director, Global Media
and Internet Concentration Project
Public Interest Advocacy Centre
• John Lawford, Executive Director and General Counsel
More information about the NANOG