Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc. (TSX-V:YFI) signed a distribution agreement with El Salvador-based JMTelcom, which distributes and integrates wireless equipment systems in Central America. JMTelecom's clients include Pepsi, HSBC, Toyota and government customers. JMTelecom also plans to acquire 1,000 Wi-Fi 3 enabled access point products from Edgewater during the next 12 months. Financial details were not disclosed.
Ottawa-based Mobileyes Solutions Inc. has expanded its existing reseller relationship with Fixmo, a Vancouver-based mobile risk management company. Mobileyes is now the first Canadian company to become a Fixmo certified partner. This allows the Ottawa firm to build custom enterprise applications for Android and iPhone devices, using Fixmo's mobile security architecture and secure workspace technology. Mobileyes will not only be a Fixmo reseller, but also a certified development partner. The goal is to provide high security for Canadian government departments and businesses using iPads, iPhones and Android devices. The companies did not disclose contractural details.
Ngrain has landed a contract with the Department of Defence to support maintenance for counter-improvised explosive device vehicles and devices. The Ottawa firm, which creates 3D software for maintenance tasks, will provide virtual task trainers to help personnel obtain and retain maintenance skills for the vehicles and devices. The trainers will be used in the Canadian Forces School of Communications and Electronics, in field units and during deployment. The amount of the contract was not disclosed in a press release. DND says it has acquired virtual task trainers from NGRAIN for other applications, such as safely operating air brakes.
United Arab Emirates-based Tiger Group inked a deal with Mitel for the Ottawa firm's virtualized unified communications and collaboration software. It will allow Tiger Group to put voice and data applications on one server, saving costs and maintenance time. Financial details were not disclosed.
DNA Genotek has signed a contract to provide its its’ Oragene DNA saliva collection kit to ScotlandsDNA, a firm that does genetic testing related to Scottish ancestry. Kits will be sent to individual homes, collected through swabs and then returned by mail for testing. No financial details were released.