Following two years of decline, signs are that corporate spending on research and development began to recover in Fiscal 2004, according to Research Infosource Inc., which recently released its Canada’s Top 100 Corporate
Gary Daichendt resigned as president and chief operating officer of Nortel Networks Corp. on Friday, after falling out with Chief Executive Officer Bill Owens. Chief Technology Officer Gary Kunis was caught in the
More than 80 per cent of large organizations are implementing, or planning to implement some form of converged network. That’s according to a new survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit, which discovered that
Cygnal scoops up Nortel integrator Cygnal Technologies Corp., a Markham, Ont.-based network design and installation firm, purchased Telecom Converged Solutions, a Nortel Networks voice and data integrator, for $800,000 in cash and stock.
Edison, N.J.-based VoIP provider Vonage says it will fight Minnesota regulators in their decision to treat the company's offering as a telephone service. The ruling handed down in August means Vonage must contribute
Verizon Wireless Inc. announced on Wednesday that it has signed a multi-year deal with Nortel Networks Corp., which will allow the wireless communication provider to upgrade its equipment and allow for a new
The extent of Web services adoption depends on how successful the industry is in making them interoperable, the president and chairman of the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) said at a recent roundtable
The speed and extent of Web services adoption depends on the success of making them interoperable, the president and chairman of the Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) said at a roundtable discussion on