News - Novo Technologies, a leading provider of call recording, quality monitoring and coaching tools for the customer relations center market, announces the release of a new voice recording software: NovoSolo, and the launch of its e-commerce site. NovoSolo is a call recording software designed for small and medium sized enterprises, as well as for professionals. It allows you to record telephone conversations and keep them in a computer or a data warehouse.
News - Eddyfi NDT is a fast-growing young company specializing in the design, manufacture and sale of equipment for the non-destructive testing of metal structures for several major industries, including nuclear and power generation and petrochemical production. The firm currently exports its products to more than 30 countries.
News - Without doubt, it was an important night in Vancouver theatre history: Robert Lepage was to take to the stage to perform his masterpiece The Far Side of the Moon. This extraordinary moment – Lepage playing the role he originated more than a decade ago – was not initially supposed to happen. And then it almost didn’t.
News - Robert Lepage’s Playing Cards 1: Spades will premiere in the UK at north London’s Roundhouse theatre next spring. Directed by Lepage, the production is the first in a four-part series where each play is based around a suit from a deck of cards. The piece will be performed at the Camden-based venue’s main space and will run from February 7 to March 2, 2013.
News - Nyx Hemera Technologies’ President and Chief Executive Officer, Pierre Longtin, is proud to announce that Illuminations, Inc., a leading Lighting Representatives for World Class Lighting Products, Lighting Controls and Energy Saving Solutions, will be distributing the Tunnel Lighting Addressable Control System (TLACS). Illuminations, Inc. will bring the benefits of intelligent lighting control to tunnel operators in Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and the state of Delaware.
News - Together with members of Canada’s photonics R&D community, the Canadian Photonic Industry Consortium (CPIC), headquartered in Quebec City, and CMC Microsystems have taken critical first steps towards a national action plan that will help companies exploit the commercial potential of silicon photonics. The organizations co-hosted the Workshop on Silicon Photonics on September 10 and 11, 2012 in Ottawa, Ontario, creating a ‘think tank’ on this topic. With participation from Canadian, European and Asian innovators, this dynamic session facilitated discussion on Canadian R&D strengths, industry needs, and key opportunities in silicon photonics.
News - According to Frost & Sullivan, a leading global growth consulting firm, EXFO has captured first place in the overall portable FOTE market with a market share of 36.7% in 2011. EXFO's close collaboration with customers and the superior quality of its products have helped the company establish its brand globally in the portable FOTE market. The key performance driver for EXFO has been its focus on portable devices, for which the company has gained incredible momentum in new regions, with more than 100% growth in Brazil and other Latin American countries in 2011 over 2010.
News - Quebec’s Robert Lepage may be the world’s most famous living theatre artist. A play like The Far Side Of The Moon helps you understand why. The man is a wizard. As writer, director, designer and actor, he makes the stage a magical place where astonishing transformations occur before your eyes. Sometimes these special effects seem to exist for their own showy sake. But at his best, Lepage uses those moments to tell a compelling story.
News - Morpho Detection, the explosives and narcotics detection business of Morpho, Safran group’s security unit, today announced a partnership with Canada-based Optosecurity, a global provider of threat detection technology, to expand and upgrade checkpoint networking and X-ray detection capabilities.
News - Nuvolt is pleased to announce the conclusion of a validation agreement with Unidindon, the largest turkey processing plant in Canada. Mr. Jacques Dion, President and CEO of Nuvolt says: « We are extremely pleased with the decision of Unidindon. We believe that food processing plants, particularly slaughter houses, offer a very high sale potential market for our SmartScan Pro technology in North America. Food processing plants and slaughter houses are highly automated with a wide variety of motors and a sophisticated electric network in a very difficult environment because of the level of moisture.