Ciena

A $400M public-private partnership is opening up a new testbed for companies in Ontario and Quebec to experiment with the coming wave of 5G networks
Almost exactly a decade after Nortel Networks filed for bankruptcy protection, Jonathan Calof still can’t help but wonder what might have been.
Marie Fiala believes she has a solution to Ottawa’s chronic shortage of tech talent that doesn’t require looking beyond
One of Ottawa’s largest telecom employers reported a large jump in fourth-quarter and full-year earnings on the strength of higher sales.
Fifteen years ago this month, fall brought a blast of chilly news through the halls of what was then Ottawa’s largest technology company.
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An increase in revenue pushed profits up 42 per cent for networking-equipment maker Ciena Corporation during its most recent quarter.
Ciena’s latest acquisition will help the Maryland-based company “bolster” its R&D centre of excellence in Ottawa, it said Tuesday.
Calling Ottawa “a thriving technology hub and a great place to do business,” networking equipment maker Ciena Corp.
An increase in revenue cut second quarter losses by more than half year-over-year at networking equipment maker Ciena Corp.