Cybera has launched an open call for applications to join its Board of Directors.
An advanced network system installed this month in downtown Calgary will allow nearby education and public-sector institutions to reach network speeds of 10 Gbps — 100 times faster than what they currently achieve.
The University of Alberta has launched a Virtual Computing Lab service for the start of the spring 2014 semester to provide virtual workstations for students.
An interactive map for simply and beautifully demonstrating the reach of Alberta’s high-speed research and education network has been unveiled today.
Cybera is happy to let its stakeholder community know that it is not vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug.
In this talk, developers from Cybera will describe and demonstrate OpenStack, and the types of projects that are a good fit. They will also demonstrate how you can treat your infrastructure like code to make it easier to move between different cloud providers.
The Canadian Digital Media Network's (CDMN) upcoming Canada 3.0 Conference, an annual affair that places heavy emphasis on startups in the digital innovation space, is coming to Calgary.
Cybera’s talented Vice-President of Strategic Communications, Mary Anne Moser, has left Cybera. She will be focusing on her leadership role with the Beakerhead arts and science festival.
CANARIE and Cybera today announced the latest partnership to provide local Canadian businesses with a suite of powerful, cloud-based resources to support product development and commercialization.
Members of Cybera’s Internet Buying Group will see their bandwidth rates go down from $14 to $12 per Mbps, starting in January, 2014.