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Today, we’re joined by Terry Joseph, President, and Partner of Turn-Key Communications, a major player in telecommunications integration. Since 1995, Turn-Key has excelled in Northwestern Ontario, working with giants like Barrick Gold, Musselwhite Newmont, and more. They’re not just about mining; they’re experts in healthcare, education, corrections, and more, offering structured wiring, networking, and fiber optic solutions. Their partnerships with industry leaders like Rogers/Shaw and Ericsson Canada are key.
In this episode, we explore Turn-Key’s history, focusing on their groundbreaking project with Rogers LTE/5G at NORCAT Sudbury’s private network. Part of this episode is filmed in real-time on this network, connecting Terry Joseph in Thunder Bay, the production team in Vancouver BC, and Jerrod Downey underground. We’ll also delve into their services, from fiber optic solutions to telecommunications equipment installations, highlighting their role in the telecom industry’s growth.
Lastly, we discuss the mining industry’s bright future in Northern Ontario and the rapid technological advancements within it. Turn-Key, with its mining experience, is leading the way in implementing technologies like Private Network 5G/LTE and expanding fiber optic cable usage. Join us for an insightful look at the intersection of telecommunications and mining.
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Guest Speaker: Terry Joseph – President-Partner
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Mining Now is a joint mining podcast and web series produced by CIM/ICM and Crownsmen Partners. Join us to learn about the latest innovations in operating mines to increase energy efficiency and production. We look into modern mining and processing equipment including autonomous vehicles and IOT technology. Experts tackle everything from skilled labour shortages to team building to meeting evolving safety regulations. This is the mining of today that will shape the mines of tomorrow.