"I'm in" is the phrase we use to express our commitment to our philosopy and purpose as a company. It is the feeling we had and a state of mind of our commitment tour our teammates within the Fibernetics Family. Being "in" means we do whatever it takes, when needed, to live the philosophy that binds us all.
To deliver happiness and connections every day by being awesome.  
We say what we do, we do what we say, and we're looking forward to prove it to you.
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Fibernetics Corporation provides Internet for the annual True North conference. CAMBRIDGE, ON., June 3, 2019 – Last week, Fibernetics announced that they will be teaming up with Communitech to provide Internet and Wi-Fi for the 2019 True North conference. Happening June 19-20, 2019 at the LOT42 Global Flex Campus in Kitchener, True North brings together entrepreneurs, […]
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Michael Landsberg
Michael Landsberg was in the Waterloo Region last week to share his journey with mental health amongst the tech community and students at the University of Waterloo. Before heading off to speak with other tech companies within the region, the Fibernetics team welcomed Landsberg, who talked about the importance of mental health and the stigma […]
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Music Choice
Lunch is Served! This summer, we were thrilled to receive a complimentary lunch from our NEWT customer, Music Choice. Some of our NEWT team members were busy working on the Music Choice US Project earlier this year, which was installed in June. As a thank-you to Fibernetics, they treated everyone at our Boxwood office to lunch […]
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Red Day at Fibernetics
The Fiberentics’ team participates in Heart Health Week events Fibernetics kicked off Heart Health week with the Big Bike event at 2:00 pm on Monday, June 4, followed by daily heart health challenges and exercises. On Friday, June 8th, members of Fibernetics wore red for the hearts of their loved ones and to raise awareness. Each […]
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Telecommunication Day
May 17th is World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD).   What is World Telecommunication and Information Society Day? In November 2005, the World Summit on the Information Society called upon the UN General Assembly to declare May 17th as World Information Society Day to focus on the importance of information and communications technology. The theme […]
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11th Annual Heffner Toyota Spring Show
After a long Canadian winter, spring has finally arrived, which means the Heffner Toyota Spring Show is just around the corner. Tomorrow, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Heffner Toyota will be celebrating their 11th Annual Spring Show, and this year, Fibernetics is pleased to be a vendor at the event. With spring in bloom, […]
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According to Traveller.com.au, experts say you should spend all your money on travel, because it’s the ‘secret to happiness.’ And with workplace happiness being at the forefront of companies’ vision due to the correlation between happiness and success, why not encourage your employees to travel? by
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Fibernetics 2016
Fibernetics is pleased to announce that they will now be operating as a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) in four new Local Interconnection Regions (LIRs). Fibernetics has been officially appointed CLEC status by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and is actively continuing to extend their service areas – and, therefore, help Canadians and […]
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Merry Christmas from Fibernetics.
Cheers from everyone at Fibernetics and all our associated brands and companies. It’s been our best year ever and we can’t wait to get back at it in 2016 and having an even better one. Of course, being a telecom, we are still open for business. Our technical crew who keep our network running at peak efficiency […]
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Operation Christmas Child
Fibernetics Executive VP Tracy Fischer found out that the local branch of the charity, Operation Christmas Child, was in need of a business phone system. It was a pretty unique situation. Their challenge is that they only need the services for a few months and only find their location with very short notice. In eight days […]
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