ASX blames outage on `unprecedented ` hardware failure

ASX blames outage on 'unprecedented' hardware failure

The Australian Securities Exchange (AS) has blamed an "unprecedented" hardware failure for problems on Monday that forced the bourse to open late and close early.

“Back to the olden days”: Rogers network outage impacting phones, internet, Interac in Canada

Rogers users in Canada woke up to a mass service outage that impacted cellular and internet services, with people left frustrated and employees still working from home scrambling to find WiFi.

In a statement sent to Global News, a spokesperson for Rogers Communications the outage is affecting both the “wireline and wireless networks.”

“Our technical teams are working hard to restore services as quickly as possible,” the spokesperson said.

The outage is also reportedly impacting ATMs and Interac machines across the country, according to reports on social media.

As a result, coffee shops with working WiFi saw a flood of internet-hungry customers flood their businesses.

“We’re back to the olden days where everything runs on cash and you can’t call or contact anyone…” one person said, who was among many using the WiFi at a local Starbucks.

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Rogers executive addresses what went wrong with their networks

Rogers senior vice-president Kye Prigg says the company is close to determining the cause of a nationwide outage, but it doesn’t know when its services will be back online.

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