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Leading technology, research and policy thinkers converge at CANARIE National Summit

OTTAWA, ON – CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced the final speaker lineup for its National Summit, being held in Toronto on September 17 and 18th. The Summit will showcase a range of leading thinkers and visionaries from business and academia to share their thoughts on […]

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blog arrowDate: September 15, 2014


Canadian startups leveraging enterprise-class cloud technologies get to market faster

[OTTAWA, ON] – CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced the results of a survey conducted with a cohort of its Digital Accelerator for Innovation and Research (DAIR) users. DAIR offers one year of cloud-based compute, network and storage resources for entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises […]

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blog arrowDate: September 9, 2014


Users of CANARIE’s DAIR program deliver winning pitches at 2014 Funding Roadshow

CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today congratulates the winning entrepreneurs from Fundica’s cross-Canada Funding Roadshow who are headed to California to pitch their businesses to venture capitalists. CANARIE was a national partner in the 2014 Funding Roadshow, in which 20 entrepreneurs at each of eleven events in […]

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blog arrowDate: August 13, 2014


Smarter cities, better vaccines, greener buildings: CANARIE invests in research software tools that drive innovation

CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced a further $2.4M in investment in eight new Software Platforms and Services. These new projects enable Canadian scientists to analyze, visualize and share immense volumes of research data, transforming data into knowledge and insight that contribute to Canada’s economic and […]

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blog arrowDate: June 23, 2014


CANARIE Launches Call for Board Nominations

CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today launched an open call for individuals to apply to be considered for one open volunteer position on CANARIE’s Board of Directors. Serving on the CANARIE Board is an opportunity to direct the evolution of a component of digital infrastructure that is […]

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blog arrowDate: June 4, 2014


CANARIE and GrowLab partner to take startups from idea to revenue via the fast lane

Through this partnership, GrowLab will provide its clients with access to CANARIE’s Digital Accelerator for Innovation and Research (DAIR) through the Powered by DAIR program. DAIR provides free cloud-based compute, network and storage resources for small businesses to develop, test, prototype and demonstrate next-generation products. DAIR’s made-in-Canada cloud provides users with the cost certainty, scalability […]

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blog arrowDate: May 28, 2014


CANARIE heeds community’s call, lends support to Research Data Canada

Research Data Canada is a collaborative effort to address the challenges and issues in research data management and preservation in Canada. A multi-sectoral group of universities, institutes, libraries, granting agencies, and individual researchers, RDC has a shared recognition of the pressing need to deal with Canadian data management issues from a national perspective. The group […]

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blog arrowDate: May 26, 2014


Canadian physicists achieve 100 gigabit/second transatlantic transmission, enabled by CANARIE and its global partners

The Canadian High Energy Physics network organization, HEPnet/Canada at the University of Victoria, under the direction of Dr. Randall Sobie and technical leadership of Ian Gable, and their colleagues from Caltech, under the leadership of Professor Harvey Newman, proved that data could be transferred from Geneva to Ottawa at 94 gigabits/second. At this speed, users […]

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blog arrowDate: May 16, 2014


Canadian physicists achieve 100 gigabit/second transatlantic transmission, enabled by CANARIE and its global partners

The Canadian High Energy Physics network organization, HEPnet/Canada at the University of Victoria, under the direction of Dr. Randall Sobie and technical leadership of Ian Gable, and their colleagues from Caltech, under the leadership of Professor Harvey Newman, proved that data could be transferred from Geneva to Ottawa at 94 gigabits/second. At this speed, users […]

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blog arrowDate: May 16, 2014


Revolutionary human brain atlas created by Canadian- German team one of Top 10 breakthrough technologies of 2014

Dr. Alan Evans of the Montreal Neurological Institute, along with Dr. Katrin Amunts from the Jülich Research Centre in Germany, led the team that created the three-dimensional brain atlas. The team painstakingly digitized and re- assembled 7,000 slices of a human brain. The resulting atlas provides resolution that is 50 times greater in all three […]

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blog arrowDate: April 30, 2014


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