CENGN talk about Pilot Things at Summit 2017 “Open Infrastructure Powering the Digital Economy”

December 6, 2017

In Ottawa on December 7, 2017, CENGN, the Network of Centres of Excellence meets around “Open Infrastructure Powering the Digital Economy”

CENGN, an NCE (Networks of Centres of Excellence) funded CECR (Centres of Excellence for Commercialization and Research),  This Centre of Excellence strives to create an ecosystem that accelerates the growth of the Canadian Information and Communications Technology sector.

CENG works with small and medium-sized businesses, multinationals, the government, and academia to strengthen Canada’s leadership in Next Generation Networking (NGN). This center of excellence aims to create an ecosystem that accelerates the growth of the Canadian information and communications technology sector.

This Centre of Excellence strives to create an ecosystem that accelerates the growth of the Canadian Information and Communications Technology sector.

CENGN is a consortium of its member organizations, including: Bell Canada, Cisco, EXFO, GENBAND, Invest Ottawa, Juniper, Mitel, Nokia, Rogers, TELUS, and Wind River. These competing organizations come together, putting aside their rivalry, and instead cooperate in CENGN’s vision to support commercialization in Canada.

CENGN’s goal is to strategically bridge the identified gaps in the Canadian telecommunications marketing ecosystem to enable Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), start-ups and researchers to access the advice and services they require. knowledge of the industry for the validation of their technologies and services.

Here is the Success Story of Pilot Things according to CENGN: Pilot Things Success Story