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AI software revenues to soar to US$105 billion by 2025

August 22, 2018

The artificial intelligence (AI) market is entering a dynamic phase of growth, says market intelligence firm  Tractica, where adoption in the enterprise sector continues unabated, but there are questions emerging within research and academic circles about whether the technologies fueling

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AEM tester earns top Cat 8 accuracy certification ETL mark from Intertek

August 22, 2018

AEM International has announced that the TestPro multifunction cable tester has received the highest ETL accuracy certifications for testing Category 8 cabling systems from the testing and certification agency Intertek. With a six second CAT 6A certification test, the company said

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Broadband Forum automates, accelerates cloud-based access deployment

August 22, 2018

The Broadband Forum today announced the first code release and documentation of its new Open Broadband project — Broadband Access Abstraction (OB-BAA) to enable standardized, automated and accelerated deployment of new cloud-based access infrastructure and services. “OB-BAA enables operators to optimize

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Canadian firms identify cybersecurity as top IT priority, CDW Canada survey reveals

August 15, 2018

IT security continues to be a high priority for Canadian organizations, while many businesses are interested in cloud storage and collaboration tools, according to a new survey from CDW Canada, a provider of technology services. When asked to identify areas

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Feds’ digital and data transformation roundtables get underway

August 8, 2018

Navdeep Bains, federal minister of innovation, science and economic development, has announced that six innovation experts have been selected to host roundtable discussions with Canadians across the country on digital and data transformation. Many  were part of the Innovation Agenda

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LG opens Toronto AI research lab, signs research pact with U of T

August 1, 2018

This week marked the launch of the new LG Electronics AI Research Lab in Toronto, an extension of the newly expanded LG Silicon Valley AI Lab in Santa Clara, Calif. In addition, LG is entering into a new research partnership

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ITU ‘Network 2030’ focus group launched to ID ICT, 5G advances

August 1, 2018

The International Telecommunication Union, the United Nations specialized agency for ICT, has launched a new research initiative to identify emerging and future ICT sector network demands, beyond 2030 and the advances expected of 5G systems. The work will be carried

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With ‘scenario changing,’ Intel looks to capitalize on future demand for IoT, 5G

July 25, 2018

Changes in how networks are being built are creating new vulnerabilities for American multinational tech giant Intel Corp. as it looks to capitalize on future demand for Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G services, says data and analytics company GlobalData.

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Collaboration launched to develop IIoT connectivity offerings

July 20, 2018

Advantech, Toronto-based Behr Technologies (BTI), Hitachi Solutions America and Microsoft this week said that the companies are collaborating to deliver wireless communications offerings with scalability, reliability, and security for private industrial internet of things (IIoT) networks. “Since no single technology

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FICO survey finds Canadian firms ‘overly confident’ about their cybersecurity

July 16, 2018

Despite the growth in data breaches, security managers at Canadian firms are incredibly confident in their cybersecurity preparedness, according to a new survey conducted by research and consultancy firm Ovum for Silicon Valley analytics firm FICO. Upwards of 84% of