The start of the new year means new tech at the Consumer Electronics Showcase, and several local Ottawa area companies are in Las Vegas this week to flaunt their latest products.
Carleton University announced on Monday a nine-year, $1.8-million partnership with Cisco Canada that will see the university establish a new Research Chair in Sensor Technology for the Internet of
Work on the next generation of Amazon’s voice-activated products will be taking place in Ottawa. The Seattle-based tech giant opened a new office in Ottawa in August.
Cisco Systems says it will lay off 5,500 employees as the internet gear maker scrambles to adapt to technology changes that have reduced demand for its main products.
On Thursday, Aug. 28, OBJ issued an open invitation to all candidates in the upcoming municipal election to answer one simple question: Why should the business community vote for you?
While Cisco Systems will not offer specifics on a plan to cut up to 6,000 jobs it announced during its earnings call Wednesday, it appears the company’s 10-year agreement with the province,
Last fall, CENX president and CEO Ed Ogonek said the company’s goal was to become a world leader in Ethernet software. If it’s not there yet, it appears to be well on its way.
Ottawa is well-positioned to take advantage of the burgeoning Internet of Things industry, an organization that collaborates on open-source software told a conference on Tuesday.