Home »

Archives for 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 […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: April 30, 2014


A Note from the President: Thoughts on the Digital Canada 150 Plan

CANARIE applauds the Government of Canada for the release of Digital Canada 150, Canada’s digital economy plan. We believe the 5 pillar plan will strengthen Canada’s digital economy and continue to better position Canada in the digital world. Additionally, CANARIE appreciates the Government’s acknowledgement of its Digital Accelerator for Innovation and Research (DAIR) program as […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: April 9, 2014


A Note from the President

Thoughts on the Digital Canada 150 Plan CANARIE applauds the Government of Canada for the release of Digital Canada 150, Canada’s digital economy plan. We believe the 5 pillar plan will strengthen Canada’s digital economy and continue to better position Canada in the digital world. Additionally, CANARIE appreciates the Government’s acknowledgement of its Digital Accelerator […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: April 9, 2014


Economic Development / Office of the Premier Investment in high-speed network supports technology sector growth and research

“This new dark-fibre optical network positions New Brunswick as an attractive hub for information and communications technology (ICT) companies and data centres,” said Premier David Alward. “This telecommunications infrastructure project will permit Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick campuses in Bathurst, Campbellton and the Acadian Peninsula, as well as the Université de Moncton’s Shippagan campus and the […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: April 4, 2014


Investment in high-speed network supports technology sector growth and research

SHIPPAGAN (GNB) – The provincial government, CANARIE, and F6 Networks are investing in a new high-speed, dark-fibre network that will connect northern New Brunswick to the provincial and national research and education networks. “This new dark-fibre optical network positions New Brunswick as an attractive hub for information and communications technology (ICT) companies and data centres,” […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: April 4, 2014


CANARIE releases findings from stakeholder consultations

These findings are complemented by additional stakeholder direction summarized in the report from the 2013 CA NA RIE Us er s’ Forum, and the Report of the Summit 2014 prepared by the Leadership Council for Digital Infrastructure. Together, these documents represent feedback from almost 350 stakeholders from Canada’s research, education and innovation communities. CANARIE will […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: April 2, 2014


CANARIE releases findings from stakeholder consultations

These findings are complemented by additional stakeholder direction summarized in the report from the 2013 CANARIE Users’ Forum, and the Report of the Summit 2014 prepared by the Leadership Council for Digital Infrastructure. Together, these documents represent feedback from almost 350 stakeholders from Canada’s research, education and innovation communities. CANARIE will use the feedback from […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: April 2, 2014


CANARIE and Association of University Research Parks Canada partner to support rapid commercialization of research

Through this partnership, AURP Canada will provide a white-label offering of CANARIE’s Digital Accelerator for Innovation and Research (DAIR) program to strengthen commercialization opportunities for the nearly 1,400 knowledge based businesses located in research and technology parks. DAIR provides free cloud-based compute, network and storage resources for small businesses to develop, test, prototype and demonstrate […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: March 4, 2014


CANARIE and Association of University Research Parks Canada partner to support rapid commercialization of research

Through this partnership, AURP Canada will provide a white-label offering of CANARIE’s Digital Accelerator for Innovation and Research (DAIR) program to strengthen commercialization opportunities for the nearly 1,400 knowledge based businesses located in research and technology parks. DAIR provides free cloud-based compute, network and storage resources for small businesses to develop, test, prototype and demonstrate […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: March 4, 2014


A Note from the President: Post-budget message

CANARIE applauds the Government of Canada for the investments in research excellence, innovation and knowledge mobilization announced in Budget 2014. As Minister Flaherty highlighted in his speech, “investments in science and technology help Canadian businesses remain competitive while creating high-paying jobs”. CANARIE provides the foundational digital infrastructure, services and software tools that support and accelerate […]

Read More...
blog arrowDate: February 13, 2014


1 2 3 4