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IBM and Bell Transform Enterprise Mobility in Canada
IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps offered by Bell and IBM to Canadian businesses

IBM Reveals Five Innovations that will Help Change our Lives within Five Years
IBM Predicts New Scientific Instruments to Make the Invisible Visible

IBM Watson for Cyber Security Beta Program Launches with 40 Clients Globally
Cognitive Systems Cited as New Priority by Nearly 60 Percent of Security Professionals

IBM Client Innovation Centre to Open in Montreal
New delivery centre to fast track clients’ digital transformation, create up to 500 highly-skilled local jobs

Cardiac Arrhythmia Network of Canada and IBM Strengthen Cardiovascular Research with Analytics
New IBM Cloud-based analytics platform will accelerate research for leading heart disorders

Canadian neuroscience leaders tap IBM Watson to speed time to discovering new drugs for Parkinson’s disease
IBM Watson for Drug Discovery chosen to help researchers more rapidly pinpoint promising drug targets

IBM Opens Innovation Space for Entrepreneurs and Startups in Canada to Scale Up Development with Cloud and Cognitive Technology
Part of $54M program in partnership with Ontario Centres of Excellence and the Government of Ontario to boost innovation in healthcare, natural resources, financial services

IBM and University of Calgary collaborate to advance genomic health research
A precision-medicine approach will lead to opportunities for better diagnostics, prevention and more personalized treatment protocols.