Stockholm-based firm's first-ever M&A deal adds about two dozen former DragonWave employees in the National Capital Region to the company's growing North American base in Kanata.
Bust to boom: Syntronic Canada looks to hire 150 new Ottawa employees, ditches plan to shed office space
Six months after looking to sublease nearly a third of its office space, Kanata-based firm is poised to have a much different real estate footprint in 2021.
Sweden-based company bracing for "tough" times ahead as customers rein in spending and scale back future projects.
The Ottawa Business Journal and Ottawa Board of Trade have announced the recipients of the 2019-20 Employees’ Choice Awards, an annual recognition of the region’s best places to work
Techopia Live crashed Syntronic Canada's anniversary party on Thursday evening to hear more about the company’s origins and what’s behind its rapid growth
Techopia Live took advantage of a new broadcast location at the Red Dragon Golf Classic to grab Syntronic Canada – a new neighbour of the Marshes golf course in Kanata – and chat between holes abou
Though the original plan in 2014 called for 120 employees in five years, Swedish design house Syntronic has just passed a headcount of 200 in Ottawa with plans and provincial funding to grow furthe
Two weeks ago, Amazon set cities around the world alight with excitement at the prospect of
Why do multinational technology companies come to Kanata North?