August 30, 2010
Sir Terence Matthews joins i-Canada leadership team; National Spokesperson for CATA and Chair, Wesley Clover provides insight into Canada's prospects for innovation success
Please view this video of Sir Terence Matthews, CATA National Spokesperson and also Chairman of Wesley Clover and Chairman of Mitel and March Networks, two companies active in developing Internet Protocol (IP) systems for enterprise applications.
Mr. Matthews sets out a compelling case for i-Canada, both in policy and program terms, if Canada is to retain any hope of being a 'global player' in the next generation of the Information and Communications Technologies that are revolutionizing our world.
The vision for i-Canada is a nation of provincial and local Intelligent Communities large and small, urban and remote featuring great places to live with innovation cultures and communications infrastructures that ensure economic growth, satisfying employment and social prosperity. In the future i-Canada's Intelligent Communities will have blended our traditional values with the best new applications of 21st century digital technology to create new models for effective health care, ageing well and world class education and learning.
John Reid, CATA CEO, said, "We are honoured to have Mr. Matthews as our National Spokesperson, as he is a role model for entrepreneurship, business creations and the realization of i-Canada goals and aspirations".
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