Ritch Dusome

Huawei Canada is reaffirming its 5G confidence in Ottawa, as the Chinese telecom fir
In a follow-up to Techopia's feature on the 5G buzz in Ottawa, Ritch Dusome – CENGN's president and CEO – and Rob Cameron, N
There’s a buzz in the Capital.
Ottawa’s Centre for Next Generation Networks (CENGN) will receive $63 million over the next five years as part of the Ontario government’s $650-million investments in technology announced in last w
Ottawa’s recently completed Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards will be receiving millions of dollars worth of advanced communications equipment that proponents say will help local startups break in
Officials from Canada’s Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks are in Dusseldorf, Germany, this week, where they will unveil some of the facility’s commercialization projects at the SDN a
A new CENGN solution partnering member company Juniper Networks with Inocybe Technologies will help make smart cities a reality, CENGN president and CEO Ritch Dusome said Wednesday.
The Centre of Excellence for Next Generation Networks added to its consortium this week, with the announcement that Fujitsu had joined the organization.
The Center of Excellence for Next Generation (CENGN) highlighted its successes in its annual report released Monday.
A consortium of industry, academic and research leaders was launched in Ottawa Thursday, aimed at accelerating the commercialization of next generation communication solutions.