Technology

Uneven results from Quarterhill's WiLAN division, which generates revenues based on patent licensing agreements and litigation awards, continue to affect its quarterly results.
After hiring 40 new employees and raising $3.5 million to develop a new product, Intouch Insight's CEO says the company is ready to cash in on its investment.
Ottawa CEOs have previously taken a stance on getting the federal government focused on building Canadian successes.
Martello announced last month that it would pursue a public listing on the TSX Venture Exchange.
Volvo joins automakers such as Toyota and Nissan using the Kinaxis solution, and marks a major sale in the European market, where the firm just finished a hiring spree for new sales staff.
On-premise revenue stream contracted faster than expected this past quarter while Mitel's cloud-based business was growing in line with management’s expectations.
Kinaxis shares sank Thursday morning despite CEO John Sicard championing the “predictability” of the Ottawa firm’s growth.
Project will further on-road testing in the Kanata North tech park, where BlackBerry conducted the first demonstration of an autonomous vehicle on a public street in Canada last year.
Two Ottawa artificial intelligence firms announced separate funding rounds this week, raising a combined $14.5 million and elevating the capital’s AI profile.
Clearford is engaging in a new business strategy that would see the firm offer a full suite of water and wastewater solutions to municipalities and private developers, much like a utilities operator.