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Dun & Bradstreet teams up with Microsoft to reimagine the power of data in the cloud

Pepsi Canada Teams Up with Snap to Unlock a Summer of Fun

AT&T Accelerates Network Transformation on the Path to 5G with Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

Gentec International Expands Distribution Portfolio with Sony

Circa Completes Acquisition of Guardian Telecom

IBM and Citizen-Scientists Poised to Contribute Equivalent of up to $200 Million for Climate & Environmental Research
As climate change accelerates, IBM is galvanizing the global science community with a massive infusion of computing resources, weather data, and cloud services to help researchers examine the effects of climate change, and explore strategies to mitigate its effects.
Nokia and Xiaomi sign business cooperation and patent agreements
Nokia and Xiaomi announced that they have signed a business collaboration agreement and a multi-year patent agreement, including a cross license to each company's cellular standard essential patents.
McDonald Canada and UberEATS Announce New Delivery Partnership

Qualcomm and Readboy Announce Unique 4G Kids Watch to Power Next Generation Learning

Long time Tech Data Canada VP Greg Myers takes Lenovo Canada channel chief role

Snap Acquires French Startup Zenly for Location-Sharing App

Ontario Centres of Excellence and Fintech Sandbox Announce New Partnership

Amazon to Acquire Whole Foods Market
Whole Foods Market ranked #28 and Amazon ranked #2 on Fortune’s 2017 list of World’s Most Admired Companies
LSC Communications Acquires Continuum from Central National Gottesman
Expands Capabilities for Clients Across LSC Communications’ Print Segment
FPInnovations announces collaboration agreement to develop automated electric vehicles in Québec

Auvik Deepens Integration with Autotask


The Weather Company and Rogers Media to Bring Most Accurate Weather Forecasts to Canada

NetCents Signs Licensing Deal That Will Launch Technology Into A $46 Billion Industry

Microsoft Said To Buy Cyberecurity Firm Hexadite for $100 Million
Redmond may not be saying anything, but reports indicate that Microsoft has agreed to buy Israeli cybersecurity company Hexadite for around $100 million.
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