Companies in six-month program will gain access to technology and expertise from L-Spark’s partners aimed at creating and commercializing cutting-edge medical software and devices.
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L-Spark and its corporate partners celebrated the first round of their secure IoT accelerator program Wednesday at the Brookstreet Hotel as they looked to the future with new program part
The Ottawa-based company responsible for the .ca domain is among the first cohort of companies joining a new accelerator spearheaded by L-Spark and its team of corporate partners
The future of the internet in Ottawa has never looked brighter thanks to the efforts of numerous groups aiming to improve the National Capital Region’s network infrastructure.
As Friday night’s tornado tore through parts of Ottawa, it looked like the annual rock concert for the Ottawa Food Bank was going to become an acoustic by candlelight show.
There’s a hole in the capital’s internet infrastructure and a new organization’s efforts to solve the only-in-Ottawa problem could mean an opportunity for a local business.
A local non-profit is tapping the power of internet giant Amazon in its annual grant program for building smart communities in Canada.
Canadian supporters of "net neutrality" say a U.S.
From his seat in a boardroom overlooking TD Place stadium, Byron Holland appears relaxed and confident, a CEO with a clear mandate and vision.
If you suspect your “high-speed” Internet service is regularly stuck in a traffic jam, the City of Ottawa and the agency