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CATA: Canada needs 21st century leadership

October 23, 2015

CATAAlliance has tabled a working agenda for the elected Liberal government as part of a recommended consolidation of the minister of state (science and technology) and minister of industry into a minister of science, technology and business innovation. “We need 21st

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New connected car study reveals interest mounting

October 13, 2015

Three out of every four consumers said they consider connected car services an important feature in their next car purchase, according to a new AT&T Drive Studio and Ericsson study released today that documents the influence that connected car features and

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ITU, MEF sign pact to advance CE 2.0 and services

October 12, 2015

ITU and MEF signed an agreement today to advance the worldwide development and deployment of emerging connectivity services – designed to be agile, assured, and orchestrated – in addition to standardized CE 2.0 (Carrier Ethernet) services. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed

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Cisco releases IoT systems for four distinct sectors

October 8, 2015

Upwards of 40% of today’s leading companies will be displaced from their market position by digital disruption in the next five years, yet 75% of these companies have yet to address this risk by prioritizing their digital strategy, according to

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IDC says its new survey ‘quantifies the IoT opportunity’

September 22, 2015

While the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve and expand, moving from the planning stage to execution, the momentum is quantifiable. According to a new global IoT decision maker survey from International Data Corporation (IDC), 73% of respondents have

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ITAC calls for national dialogue on Internet of Things

September 14, 2015

The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) believes the time is right for a national dialogue on the Internet of Things (IoT).  In a new white paper, developed from an appearance before the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Industry, Science and

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Finalists announced for ITAC’S 2015 Ingenious Awards

September 1, 2015

According to the Information Technology Association of Canada, turning ideas into products and services is easier said than done, but for 21 finalists competing for its 2015 Ingenious Awards, the struggle to innovate, collaborate and focus on excellence has paid

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ICTC, Microsoft announce plans to develop national digital talent strategy

August 27, 2015

The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) today announced a partnership with Microsoft Canada to help develop a national digital talent strategy for Canada. “We are at a critical juncture of economic growth, civic participation, and global positioning enabled by

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Major network operators on board with SDN, new survey finds

August 9, 2015

Network operators around the globe are moving toward software-defined networking (SDN), as shown by IHS’s “SDN Strategies: Global Service Provider Survey” of worldwide carriers that represent 49% of the world’s telecom capex and 46% of telecom revenue. The study found

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Toronto delivers ‘most digital Pan Am Games in history’

August 9, 2015

Cisco Canada has issued the following technology facts and figures about the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games: * The Ethernet and dark fiber cable required to connect the Games and all the venues was longer than 232 CN Towers laid