Who is doing deals in Ottawa

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Enable5, WiLAN, and Telesat are among the Ottawa companies doing deals recently.

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Ottawa’s Enable5 has been selected by Controlco Inc., and American building automation and IoT firm, to help simplify and accelerate sales enablement of its teams in the field.

Collabo Innovations Inc, a WiLAN subsidiary, recently entered a patent license agreement with Powertech Technology Inc. for technology related to semiconductor packaging.

SEQ VEND Technologies Inc., another WiLAN subsidiary, has entered a patent license agreement with Crane Co., for technology related to vending machine systems. The license resolves litigation in the District of California. Terms of both deals were not released.

International Datacasting Corporation recently announced it had appointed KPMG to be the company’s new auditors. The appointment came after PricewaterhouseCoopers resigned at IDC’s request.

Telesat recently announced it has selected Space Systems Loral to build its new high throughput satellite, Telstar 19 VANTAGE

Pleora Technologies announced a partnership recently with German image processing firm Rauscher GmbH. Rauscher is now distributing Pleora products in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Pleora has also sent engineer James Falconer to Munich to provide direct support for its European customers.

AirVM recently announced a partnership with British cloud hosting company Millennia Computer Services Ltd. AirVM will provide Millenia with software to help speed up delivery of cloud services to customers and increase operational efficiency.

Calian Technologies recently announced its systems engineering division had received a new contract from Cobham SATCOM for the provision of satellite ground systems. The contract started in December and installation and commissioning of the radio frequency system is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2016.

Calian also recently announced two new contracts for its Emergency Response Preparedness Training programs. One contract, with Emergency Management British Columbia, will see Calian assist in the design, development, conduct, evaluation and after action reporting for a program to support the province’s new Earthquake Immediate Response Plan. The other contract, with the city of Kingston, will see Calian deliver a scenario-based training program for the city’s emergency response teams and high level officials. Calian is also continuing its work with Bruce Power, designing, developing and supporting their Emergency Response Preparedness Corporate Exercises.

Mitel announced recently it has expanded its partnership with Vidyo Inc., a visual communications solutions provider. The global expansion will allow Mitel to use Vidyo’s technology to embed multi-point video, audio and collaboration features inside various Mitel solutions.

Organizations: Calian Technologies, International Datacasting Corporation, Controlco Collabo Innovations Powertech Technology VEND Technologies Crane Co. KPMG PricewaterhouseCoopers Telesat Space Systems Loral Mitel Pleora Technologies Rauscher Millennia Computer Services Ltd. AirVM Emergency Management British Columbia Bruce Power Vidyo

Geographic location: California, Ottawa, Germany Austria Switzerland Munich Kingston

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