Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications were notified of the Canadian Commissioner of Competition’s intention to file applications to the Competition Tribunal opposing Rogers’ proposed merger with Shaw.
Canadian communications technology and media company Rogers Communications and the Ontario Vehicle Innovation Network (OVIN) have launched a 5G challenge for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that operate in Ontario to accelerate innovation in the automotive sector.
Two big Canadian telecommunications companies — Bell Canada and Telus Corporation — have chosen Swedish firm Ericsson and Finland's Nokia to provide then with 5G equipment, saving Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from having to make a difficult decision on whether or not to allow Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies a role.
SAS has had machine learning algorithms for years: "the tools have always been there", but only recently have they become economically feasible for everyday use, director of product management for cloud and platform technologies Mike Frost has told iTWire.
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