Corsa Technology

Strapped with fresh financing and with a new CEO in place, a local cybersecurity company is building out a sizeable sales team to take its platform to a series of enterprise customers
There’s no use making a prediction if you can’t back it up.
Techopia’s annual tech-firms-to-watch list is about more than high-potential startups.
Before signing off for the year, Techopia Live assembled a panel to share the highlights from the year in tech that was and give predictions on what 2019 might have in store.
After making a name for itself in an obscure field of networking technology, a Kanata firm is hoping a pivot to a higher-profile space and millions of dollars in new funding will help tak
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
Among the three local firms on Deloitte’s annual Canadian Companies to Watch list released in November is one that garners few headlines but is ready to make a big splash.
The Center of Excellence for Next Generation (CENGN) highlighted its successes in its annual report released Monday.
The Kanata-based Centre of Excellence for Next Generation Networks (CENGN) announced its first set of partnerships Wednesday, and two Ottawa companies have made the grade.
Ottawa-based Corsa Technology announced Friday it has secured $16.5 million in Series B financing that CEO Bruce Gregory said puts the company on “really solid footing for growth for the ne