Cable & Telecom

Clearcable to transform Hamilton Technology Centre into incubator, co-working space

HAMILTON, ON - Telecom consulting firm Clearcable has reached an agreement with the City of Hamilton to acquire the Hamilton Technology Centre.The 40,000-square-foot-fibre-optic facility has been operated by the city of Hamilton’s Economic Development Department since 1993.Clearcable said Wednesday that it plans to develop the facility into a private, flexible incubator and co-working space, plus a permanent home for Clearcable staff, including space for a datacentre, technologists, and software developers.“This acquisition will help us realize our vision of a private technology innovation centre,” said Clearcable founder and president Rob McCann, in the news release.  “As a business operator with close...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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