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Kanata-based video surveillance software firm – which was recently acquired by Taiwanese manufacturer Delta in a US$114M deal – says it's ready to rebound after down year in 2020.
New program, which features joint research projects and fellowships as well as training on CAE software and equipment, will see students work on a broad variety of advanced technologies.
Ottawa company is in the midst of a growth spurt that’s seen its revenues surge more than 700 per cent in the past three years.
CEO Nazim Ahmed's new firm has $3 million in fresh funding for its plan to capture major market share in burgeoning bespoke printing space.
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That's up from last year’s total of $2.4 billion and more than double 2019’s tally. 
As Kanata-based Calian cracks $500 million in annual revenues for the first time, its CEO tells OBJ he's aiming squarely for the $1-billion milestone.
Kanata software firm reported revenues of $4.41 million for the three-month period ending Sept. 30, virtually unchanged from $4.4 million in the same period in 2020.
It's the sixth M&A play since the beginning of 2020 for the Ottawa-based company.