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2019 SMART CITY SUMMIT & EXPO
2019 SMART CITY SUMMIT & EXPO
March 26-29, 2019
The growing ecosystem of Artificial Intelligence marks a new era of smart city. Our featured worldwide innovations and insights will open your eyes to the transforming industry. The openness of smart city creates cross-industry efforts together. Meet global leaders and decision makers with the wides...

CloudFest 2019
CLOUDFEST 2019
March 23-29, 2019
Welcome to CloudFest 2019—everything you loved about WHD.global, only bigger, bolder, and reflecting the entire cloud ecosystem. It’s a place where partners and attendees become as much a part of the program as the inspiring speakers who take to the stage. CloudFest embraces and celebrat...

BlackBerry


BlackBerry is a mobile-native software and services company dedicated to securing the Enterprise of Things. BlackBerry Secure software provides the embedded intelligence for the Enterprise of Things so that the Internet of Things can thrive. Today’s BlackBerry is a software company with a standard of security for managing the network of mobile and wearable devices, desktops and laptops, and other endpoints within enterprises. In addition to developing and providing applications, our BlackBerry Secure platform enables enterprises and independent developers to create applications for smartphones, medical devices, connected cars, consumer appliances and industrial machinery, and much more.

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Martello Technologies is leveraging the technology developed for its SD-WAN to optimize IoT network operations and systems. This work is part of the Canadian firm’s participation in the BlackBerry and L-Spark Accelerator Program — a program working to build network performance management (NPM) technologies for IoT. Martello announced its participation late last year as one of seven Canadian tech startups involved in the program. The other companies are a software-as-a-service (SaaS) ...
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Before the arrest of Huawei Technologies’ chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver last weekend, the Chinese company wasn’t a household name in Canada — certainly not in the league of an Apple, Samsung or BlackBerry. However, the Chinese tech giant considered by several of Canada’s allies as a security threat has quietly established itself as an important provider of technology essential to Canada’s telecom infrastructure, a situation that is not likely to ...
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BlackBerry will pay $1.4 billion in cash to acquire endpoint security unicorn Cylance. The artificial-intelligence (AI) based technology will boost BlackBerry’s endpoint management and QNX software, which is used in autonomous cars. After the transaction closes, Cylance will operate as a separate business unit within BlackBerry. Cylance’s endpoint detection software uses AI to do threat hunting, attack analysis, and incident response. Former McAfee veterans founded the startup in 201...
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EVENTS

2019 SMART CITY SUMMIT & EXPO
2019 SMART CITY SUMMIT & EXPO
March 26-29, 2019
The growing ecosystem of Artificial Intelligence marks a new era of smart city. Our featured worldwide innovations and insights will open your eyes to the transforming industry. The openness of smart city creates cross-industry efforts together. Meet global leaders and decision makers with the wides...

CloudFest 2019
CLOUDFEST 2019
March 23-29, 2019
Welcome to CloudFest 2019—everything you loved about WHD.global, only bigger, bolder, and reflecting the entire cloud ecosystem. It’s a place where partners and attendees become as much a part of the program as the inspiring speakers who take to the stage. CloudFest embraces and celebrat...