TCS Pace Port: TCS launches Pace Port in Toronto

said Wednesday it was running TCS Pace port TM Torontothis is the fifth global study as well as collaborative innovation center for Canadian market. In support of local partner ecosystems, the company also announced a $1,000,000 gift to the University of Toronto Data Center at the School of Cities to support the construction of smart cities.

Located on the top floor
400 University Avenue The 16,000-square-foot Port of Toronto gives companies access to technology from TCS research labs, startups, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and academia, including the University of Toronto, and the TCS Pace Ports network in New York City. , Pittsburgh, Amsterdam and Tokyo. Connecting to this collective ecosystem of innovators and intellectual property through the TCS Co-Innovation Network (COINTM) will allow Canadian companies to take a hybrid approach to co-innovation to set the pace for transformation in their industry.

Pace Port Toronto features a workspace, a learning space, an academic research lab, and an innovation showcase that promotes rapid prototyping, research, and technology commercialization.

Minister Victor Fedeli, Ontario’s Minister of Economic Development, Jobs and Trade, said: “Our government is committed to making Ontario a better place to invest and create jobs for businesses. TCS Pace Ports brings together a collaborative innovation network of over 2,600 start-ups and industry partners to drive innovation and create the right conditions for our businesses and job creators to invest, grow and attract investment across Ontario.”

TCS Pace Port Centers worldwide include over 4,000 researchers and innovators, over 2,300 startup partners, over 30 innovation labs, and 67 academic partners.

The creation of the Port of Pace in Toronto – North America’s fastest growing technology market – is part of TCS’s long-term strategic plan for Canada, which includes innovative labs, growth and retraining of our workforce, and our ongoing work with schools to support STEM education.” he said. Anant Krishnan, Technical Director, TCS.

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