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IBM launches Quantum System Two, powered by new Heron processor

At the IBM Quantum Summit Monday in New York, IBM launched IBM Quantum Heron, a 133-qubit processor that it said offers up to a...

AWS touts growth, investments in Canada and progress on sustainability at re:Invent 2023

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has invested C$1.4 billion in Canada since June of 2016 and plans to invest C$21 billion by 2037. That was...

Microsoft to invest $500 million in Quebec’s AI infrastructure and workforce

Today, Microsoft announced it is investing US$500 million in expanding its hyperscale cloud computing and AI infrastructure in Quebec over the next two years. The...

HPE and DarkByte partner to offer greener AI cloud service

AI cloud services startup DarkByte has announced a partnership with IT giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to offer customers access to an on-demand AI...

Microsoft plugs Copilot in everywhere at Ignite 2023

This week at Ignite, Microsoft brandished its Copilot Swiss Army knife, embedding the AI assistant into all of its products and services. The company’s chief...

Microsoft’s Nadella tells Ignite audience: Industry at a ‘tipping point’

The computer industry is entering an entirely new development phase for artificial intelligence (AI), said Satya Nadella, the chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman...

Cradlepoint’s mantra: Connect and protect

When Jason Falovo first heard about Cradlepoint, the company was known  for its cellular failover devices. Customers with wired networks used them as a...

Ericsson unveils software toolkit to bolster 5G network capabilities

Ericsson has launched a new software toolkit designed to help communications service providers (CSPs) cater to greater demands on network capacity and performance, as...

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No slowdown in sight for dynamic tech hub in Mississauga

Did you know that Mississauga is home to nearly 1,000 IT companies? Not many do. Perfectly situated between Toronto and Waterloo in Canada’s Innovation...

Know yourself as well as you know your enemy

While not new, asymmetric warfare – in which a force employs proxy battles, disinformation campaigns, and other nontraditional and thus unpredictable tactics – remains...

Critical infrastructure is the new front line

By Rick Peters Threat actors eager to maximize disruptions and payouts have a new and compelling target – critical infrastructures such as factories, transportation networks,...

Investing in your network infrastructure: The key to ensuring future growth for Canadian companies?

Telstra and Pulse (a 30,000-member online IT community) recently surveyed 100 technology decision-makers at Canadian companies to understand their network infrastructure priorities. They uncovered...