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(Nortel Networks Limited, Brampton, Ontario) Once a world leader in telecommunications products, Nortel filed for bankruptcy in 2009 and sold its CDMA business and LTE assets to Ericsson and its enterprise and government business to Avaya.

Nortel's products included switching, wireless and broadband systems for service providers and carriers, telephones and systems for residential and business users, computer telephony integration, multimedia and telephone network management systems.

With an international history that goes back more than a century, Nortel was a pioneer in telecom. After Alexander Graham Bell's father sold his share in his son's telephone patent to National Bell Telephone of Boston in 1880, a former sea captain, Charles Fleetford Sise, was sent to Montreal to create Bell Telephone Company of Canada. Within two years, the company began to make its own telephones. By 1895, the manufacturing branch was spun off into Northern Electric and Manufacturing, later renamed Northern Electric when it merged with the wire and cable subsidiary of Bell in 1914.

Over the next decades, Northern Electric manufactured equipment designed by Western Electric, which owned as much as 46% of the company at one time. It also made a raft of other products including radios, TVs, amplifiers, Hammond organs, sound equipment and police and fire call boxes. After the 1956 consent decree that caused AT&T to eliminate its partnerships, the company gained technical independence from Western Electric and established its own R&D labs in Ottawa.

In 1971, Northern Electric merged its research and development with Bell Canada to form BNR (Bell Northern Research). A year later, it introduced its first line of computerized PBXs, which evolved into digital PBXs and digital switches.

In 1976, Northern Electric was renamed Northern Telecom. Its DMS line of digital central office telephone switches, introduced a year later, provided explosive growth for the company, especially after the 1984 AT&T breakup. Northern Telecom became the first non-Japanese provider to Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, and the company took advantage of opportunities in Europe and China.

In 1995, it adopted a new logo and name: NORTEL. In 1998, it added Networks to its name when it merged with Bay Networks, a major manufacturer of hubs and routers. From its roots back to Alexander Graham Bell, Nortel Networks became one of the world's largest suppliers of digital network solutions.

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Killexams : Network and Telecommunications

The Network Operations Unit, part of the User Support Services IT Department, is responsible for all low voltage data and telecommunications systems on campus, including Ethernet, WiFi, telephony (contact center/voicemail/dial tone/fax lines/E911), Emergency/Blue Light and elevator phones, door access hardware, burglar/panic button alarms, security camera hardware, and Internet access. 

Beginning in Spring 2020, a multi-year in-place migration of the college's telephone system began.  The existing Nortel CS1000E PBX will be upgraded to a new Avaya Communications Manager Version 8 infrastructure, providing a number of technologies that Excellerate reliability and better serve the college's evolving business needs.  Due to the complexity and breadth of the telephony systems this project is expected to be completed by fall 2022. 

Other long-term initiatives include physical route separation and diversification for all building fiber optic uplinks, upgrading and consolidating building alarm and door access systems, establishing a secondary Internet point-of-presence, and improving surveillance camera coverage and reliability across campus. 

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Killexams : Joe Dearing

Throughout his career, Joe Dearing has managed teams of in-house and outside counsel focused on achieving successful results in the most practical and efficient manner possible. Joe has over twenty years of experience managing complex litigation, including high stakes patent infringement lawsuits and cross border shareholder class action matters.

Joe leads the UnitedLex Intellectual Property business, which focuses on partnering with both corporations and law firms in order to drive value and advance our clients’ IP strategies. He is also active in the UnitedLex Academic practice area.

Joe has also been actively involved in M&A transactions, including Avaya’s $900M acquisition of the Nortel Enterprise business. Joe has negotiated multi-billion dollar licensing and technology procurement agreements with global companies such as Sprint, Telefonica and Telecom Italia. Joe also led Nortel’s arbitration, lobbying and mediation efforts in D.C. and Bogota that resulted in a successful settlement of a $600M lawsuit against the Colombian government.

Before joining UnitedLex, Joe served as Assistant General Counsel for IP at Toshiba Global Commerce, a Toshiba and IBM company, and before that as a senior lawyer at Avaya and Nortel, where among other things Joe had global responsibility for supervising and managing all of Nortel’s litigation. Joe began his legal career at Steel Hector & Davis in Miami, Florida after receiving his law degree from Columbia Law School in 1992.

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Belleville, Ontario -Marc Soubliere wants to protect his customer's investment. As a Nortel design engineer, he needs to be sure that if any fires were to originate from the company's rack-mounted equipment, adjacent equipment would not be burned. He's also concerned with EMI shielding.

Soubliere could have used many types of EMI shielding products, but he chose StreamShield, a shielding air vent panel with fire-retardant coating from Parker Hannifin's Chomerics Div. (Woburn, MA). "The characteristic that interests us is the flame control this panel offers," says Soubliere.

StreamShield has a thin layer of intumescent coating in the vent's honeycomb cells. When exposed to flames or heat above 300F, the coating expands rapidly, filling the cells with carbonaceous foam that prevents flames from propagating through the honeycomb.

"We conducted a number of worst-case qualifying tests where the performance of the fire retardant HEICF 1594 intumescent coating system offered an extremely impressive flame containment performance," says Soubliere. The HEICF 1594 coating helps enclosures meet the requirements of network equipment building systems and Bellcore GR-63-CORE physical protection standards for fire resistance.

StreamShield EMI vents provide more than 50 dB shielding effectiveness from 1 to 10 GHz. Open area of the honeycomb is 85% with the intumescent coating.

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Killexams : Xerox Holdings Confirms Steven Bandrowczak As CEO

(RTTNews) - Xerox Holdings Corp. (XRX) announced Wednesday that its Board of Directors has appointed Steven Bandrowczak as Chief Executive Officer.

Bandrowczak joined Xerox in 2018 as the company's President and Chief Operations Officer, and has served as Interim CEO since the passing of John Visentin in June 2022. He was also president of Xerox Holdings Corp. and served as CareAR's Chairman.

Bandrowczak joined Xerox in 2018 from Alight Solutions, where he was the chief operating officer and chief information officer. Prior to Alight Solutions, he was the president of Telecommunication Media and Technology at Sutherland Global Services.

He previously served as the senior vice president for Global Business Services at Hewlett-Packard. In addition, Steve led the business process outsourcing (BPO) practice in the Enterprise Services Group.

During his career, Steve has held senior leadership positions for various multi-billion-dollar global companies, including Avaya, Nortel, Lenovo, DHL and Avnet.

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Killexams : The Wow! factor is alive and well

Kanata North remains on the cutting edge when it comes to the next generation of semiconductor technologies. And why wouldn’t it be? That pedigree is rich and runs deep, all the way back to Bell Northern Research and the old Mitel Networks. 

Take GaN Systems, co-founded eight years ago by CTO John Roberts and President Girvan Patterson. Their resumes, and those of others on the management team, are a who’s who of the big local names in the industry through the ’90s and the 2000s. 

That’s no accident. GaN’s potentially game-changing gallium nitride switching and power conversion portfolio was prototyped in the National Research Council of Canada’s own test foundry acquired from Nortel Networks. When it came time to build and expand GaN’s team, the founders had no problem finding a great pool of proven local talent from which to draw. 

Heritage of the area 

But it isn’t just talent – a corporate culture that fosters open creativity has also carried over from those old days. 

“That’s a heritage of the technology sector here that’s still alive and well,” Patterson said. 

Sidense Corp. is another thriving player that’s taken advantage of creative culture and talent to grow its global clout in the vast market for embedded non-volatile memory. Its team pedigree includes Chipworks, MOSAID Technologies, Mitel Networks and ATMOS Corp. The company has been snapping up good memory people wherever it can find them. 

“If you’re a good circuit designer, you’re going to find employment here,” said Tomasz Wojcicki, VP of Customer Engineering Support. 

Even semiconductor multinationals that set up shop in Kanata North are looking for more than just another satellite office. They’re looking for a specialized local team to tackle hard problems no one else can. 

Rocket science 

Take Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited. TSMC has grown over the past two decades from a startup in chip manufacturing into the world’s largest independent foundry. Roughly half of the chips found in mobile phones today are manufactured at TSMC. 

TSMC’s Ottawa team works on next-generation memory compilers, high-speed interconnects, and perhaps most impressive of all, test systems that are embedded on the chip itself. 

“We have here one of the top groups in the world that is working on stuff that no one else has ever seen,” said Cormac O’Connell, Director of TSMC’s Ottawa Design Centre. “We’re literally doing rocket science here.” 

KEY FACTS:

- Ottawa’s semiconductor industry (and you might even say Canada’s) began in 1969 when Nortel Networks forerunner Northern Electric created Microsystems International Ltd. (MIL). MIL produced one of the world’s earliest microprocessors, the MIL MF7114, and a series of early microcomputers using this chip. 

- MIL was also the place where future serial entrepreneurs Terry Matthews and Michael Cowpland met. The rest, as they say, is history. 

- Today’s chips can contain 10 billion devices, where a single atom out of place can have a dramatic impact on performance. What’s on a chip these days needed a whole server room 20 years ago. 

- GaN Systems’ gallium nitride compound chips replace conventional silicon-based electronic switches that just can’t meet spec for speed, temperature, voltage or current. Efficiency-improving applications range from high-performance auto engines and industrial to making your TV even thinner and getting rid of that brick on your laptop power cord. 

- As an independent foundry for hire, TSMC makes chips for fabless electronic companies so they don’t have to spend billions to set up their own foundries. This enables them to build products and compete against the likes of Samsung or Intel – companies that can afford to fabricate their own chips used in their branded system products. 

- Sidense Corp. is making waves with what might seem like an old, quaint technology – one-time programmable memory. But that supposed “limitation” provides one significant benefit – a tough layer of added security as more and more devices become connected through the Internet of Things. 

Learn more about why Kanata North is fertile ground in which to grow successful companies and find great talent, from semiconductors to software-as-a-service, at www.serioustechliveshere.com .

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Growing need to reduce traveling costs and carbon footprint of small and large enterprises is a key factor driving global telepresence market revenue growth

Growing need to reduce traveling costs and carbon footprint of small and large enterprises is a key factor driving global telepresence market revenue growth” — Emergen Research

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, August 3, 2022 /EINPresswire.com / -- The Global Telepresence Market size is expected to reach USD 10.96 Billion in 2030 and register a steady revenue CAGR of 19.6% over the forecast period, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. Steady telepresence market revenue growth can be attributed to growing need to reduce traveling costs and carbon footprint across small and large enterprises. Corporate travel is declining as a result of rising cost of fuel, which has reached USD 125 a barrel, and threat of global warming and climate change. Telepresence, which is a exact innovation in communication, is aiding progress in many endeavors to reduce significant environmental impact. According to Nortel Networks, telepresence and videoconferencing technologies are increasingly important tools for businesses looking to enhance collaboration and lower their carbon footprints. Businesses are asking how they can strengthen their collaboration without having to travel. The advantages of telepresence are obvious: substantial travel expense savings; increased productivity, and lower carbon footprint. Telepresence will benefit any organization with many locations.

A exact trend in the market is the use of telepresence for collaboration. Global communication is made possible by advances in communication technologies from all corners of the globe. Businesses and global corporations can communicate easily across teams, locations, and time zones with the use of telepresence. Startups are creating solutions based on virtual reality (VR), for instance, to Excellerate the experience of users attending meetings from anywhere in the world. For instance, solutions for group collaboration and visual communication are provided by the Lebanese business SilexPro. The company gives consumers the ability to convert straightforward meeting rooms into efficient collaboration spaces with the use of Silex PTE (Panoramic Telepresence Experience) devices, a center of table visual collaboration device. The business also provides adaptable smart rooms with cutting-edge teleconferencing features.

𝗚𝗲𝘁 𝗦𝗮𝗺𝗽𝗹𝗲 𝗖𝗼𝗽𝘆 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝗧𝗢𝗖, 𝗚𝗿𝗮𝗽𝗵𝘀 𝗟𝗶𝘀𝘁 𝗼𝗳 𝗙𝗶𝗴𝘂𝗿𝗲𝘀 –

𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗠𝗮𝗷𝗼𝗿 𝗣𝗹𝗮𝘆𝗲𝗿𝘀 𝗖𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗿𝗲𝗱 𝗶𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗶𝘀 𝗥𝗲𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁:

Cisco Systems, Inc., Plantronics, Inc., Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., ZTE Corporation, Lifesize, Avaya, Inc., Vidyo, Inc., VGo Communications, Teliris, Inc., Array Telepresence, Inc., Others

Some Key Highlights From the Report

On 7 July 2022, SuperViz, which is the top telepresence platform for meetings in virtual places, and PureWeb, which is the premier enterprise platform for streaming interactive, web-based 3D content, have entered into a partnership. With the help of this partnership, users will be able to communicate with others in real time while feeling as though they are present, all within a streaming 3D world.

Hardware segment is expected to account for a large revenue share over the forecast period. This is attributed to its increasing adoption of robotic telepresence. Telepresence robots provide businesses a more efficient way to do tasks. They bring distant customers and employees closer due to the ease of access from one's home or place of business. By just logging in with any device, one can rapidly become virtually present in their remote location. As opposed to a regular video call, a telepresence robot allows one to practically be in the same room as their clients. Telepresence robots allow a person and their coworkers to visit a customer site without flying there. Since they are employing a telepresence robot to sit next to the client, they are as present in the meeting as if they were physically present.

The static telepresence segment is expected to account for large revenue share in the global market over the forecast period owing to the increasing popularity of immersive telepresence. In the contemporary global economy, travel is frequently necessary to take advantage of new market opportunities. There will always be occasions when face-to-face interactions with partners, employees, and clients are vital, but a surprising number of routine or repeated business trips can be easily substituted by working via video. Every regular business trip would also be free of any additional expenses. In terms of use, accessibility, and high-definition engagement with content sharing, immersive telepresence has substantially improved, giving everyone the feeling that they are physically present without having to travel. Telepresence options offer one of the simplest ROI estimates when looking at trip savings.

The enterprise industry segment is expected to account for large revenue share in the global market over the forecast period owing to the increasing implementation of these systems across small and large businesses. Utilizing telepresence in a company setting has many advantages, including improved communication, improved employee relationships, higher productivity, reduced travel expenses, and simplified hiring procedures. In corporate communication, nonverbal cues account for more than 60% of the total. The virtual approach used by audiovisual telepresence systems enhances non-verbal cues and body language. It makes it possible for team members to express their ideas and opinions more clearly. 40% of corporate executives who were asked about the impact of telepresence on their organizations claimed that employee involvement had grown.

Market in North America is expected to account for largest revenue share during the forecast period, which is primarily attributed to the region's increasing activities by key market players leading to the development and promotion of the technology. For instance, Cisco TelePresence in the US enables presentation sharing during multipoint and point-to-point meetings. Auto Collaborate, a unique feature, allows users in all rooms to instantaneously examine data or video and hear audio output from the sources below. Additionally, they have developed telepresence rooms, which are exclusive spaces that can be reserved for the use of telepresence technology during video conferences. These locations offer privacy both visually and aurally. Small, medium, and large rooms can each accommodate six to eighteen people.

𝗚𝗲𝘁 𝗣𝗗𝗙 𝗕𝗿𝗼𝗰𝗵𝘂𝗿𝗲 𝗗𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗿 𝗺𝗼𝗿𝗲 𝗮𝗯𝗼𝘂𝘁 𝗿𝗲𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁 𝗮𝗻𝗮𝗹𝘆𝘀𝗶𝘀 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝗳𝗶𝗴𝘂𝗿𝗲𝘀 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗱𝗮𝘁𝗮 𝘁𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲𝘀 –

Emergen Research has segmented the global telepresence market on the basis of component & services, system type, industry, and region:

Component & Services Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2019-2030)

Hardware

Displays

Projectors

Camera

Sensors

Audio Device

Lighting

Processors

Interfaces

Others

Software

Cloud Computing Software

Audio-Video Communication Software

Server

Services

System Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2019-2030)

Static Telepresence

Immersive Telepresence

Personal Telepresence

Holographic Telepresence

Remote Telepresence Systems

Robotic Telepresence Systems

𝗖𝗹𝗶𝗰𝗸 𝗛𝗲𝗿𝗲 𝗧𝗼 𝗕𝘂𝘆 𝗧𝗵𝗶𝘀 𝗖𝗼𝗺𝗽𝗿𝗲𝗵𝗲𝗻𝘀𝗶𝘃𝗲 𝗥𝗲𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁 –

Industry Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2019-2030)

Industry Dynamics & Market Share, 2022 & 2030

Enterprise Industry

Government

Private

Healthcare Industry

Commercial Industry

Retail

Advertising

Designing

Consumer Industry

Sports

Entertainment

Education Industry

Manufacturing Industry

Energy

Other Industries

Construction

Engineering

Space Application

Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2019-2030)

North America

U.S.

Canada

Mexico

Europe

Germany

U.K.

France

Italy

Spain

Sweden

BENELUX

Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific

China

India

Japan

South Korea

Rest of APAC

Latin America

Brazil

Rest of LATAM

Middle East & Africa

Saudi Arabia

UAE

South Africa

Israel

Rest of MEA

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