CommTech East Announces Award Winners

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The fifth annual CommTech East conference, continues today at the Mississauga Convention Centre in Mississauga, Ontario with focused panel topics covering the wireless infrastructure industry in Canada. Last night the conference named the winners of various awards:

  • Canadian Individual Excellence and Innovation in (ICT) Information Communications Technology Award: Eric Goulden, President, Telonix Communications
  • Canadian Business Excellence and Innovation in (ICT) Information Communications Technology Award: Antronix Inc., Accepting award, Neil Tang, President
  • Canadian Volunteer of the Year in Information Communications Technology Award: Rob McCann, Founder & President of Clear Cable Networks and the Hamilton Technology Centre
  • 2019 CommTech Lifetime Achievement Award in Information Communications Technology: Lawrence Watson, WAN System Integrator, Rogers Communications.

Today, several 20-minute booth demos are slated for this afternoon in the tradeshow hall. Cyient representatives (booth #86) are slated to speak at 1 p.m. about a 3D fiber design engineering solution.  At 1:30 p.m., IQGeo (booth #78) highlights its myWorld Construction Manager. The software keeps stakeholders informed of project progress and ticket status, generates a task list from a proposed design automatically and is available on mobile devices.

At 2 p.m., Multilink (booth #77) is set to demo field installable fiber connectors, including detailed instructions for those used today in fiber-to-the-home deployments. Also at 2 p.m., Milwaukee Tools will demo its One-Key digital tool and equipment inventory platform.

The Telonix Communications (booth #93) at 2:30 p.m., is showing the latest manufacturing developments concerning ribbon fibers.  For the full schedule, click here.

April 16, 2019


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