Quarterhill

Since it was acquired in 2017, International Road Dynamics has landed similar multimillion-dollar deals in B.C., Oklahoma and California
Company cuts a third of WiLAN's workforce; replaces CEO Keaton Parekh with longtime senior executive Michael Vladescu.
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Despite reporting third quarter earnings far below last year’s figures, shares of Ottawa-based Quarterhill were up slightly in trading on Thursday
Quarterhill’s revenues continued to climb a week after the Ottawa-based firm got some good news about a big patent win
Shares jumped 37% on TSX following jury award for patent infringement.
Uneven results from Quarterhill's WiLAN division, which generates revenues based on patent licensing agreements and litigation awards, continue to affect its quarterly results.
IRD has landed similar contracts in Canada this past year with the provinces of Saskatchewan and British Columbia.
The jump in year-over-year revenue can be partly attributed to the acquisitions Quarterhill made in 2017.
Quarterhill’s new business model involves building a portfolio of companies in the Industrial Internet of Things space.