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Sybridge Technologies Inc., the Ottawa-based supplier of e-commerce network integration brokerage platforms, has acquired the DataComm Products Group assets of BAE Systems Canada (BSC) Inc. (formerly ...


July 1, 2000  


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Sybridge Technologies Inc., the Ottawa-based supplier of e-commerce network integration brokerage platforms, has acquired the DataComm Products Group assets of BAE Systems Canada (BSC) Inc. (formerly known as Canadian Marconi Company).

The newly acquired assets include intellectual property related to BSC’s Enhanced Facsimile Switching System (EFS) and TD-6 product lines, as well as all related equipment, inventories, and ongoing customer contracts. Eleven BSC employees have also moved to Sybridge as part of the agreement.

According to Ron Weissberger, Sybridge Chairman and CEO, the BSC technology will be integrated with Sybridge’s own Matriq transaction processing and routing software products. This will give them a carrier-class network integration brokerage platform, which can in turn be used by their carrier customers to provide B2B E-Commerce services to their enterprise customers.

Sybridge expects to hire an additional 50 employees over the next six months, primarily in software development, marketing and sales, to meet the requirements of its expanded business.


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