Wireless Innovation Network of British Columbia

Wireless Innovation Network of British Columbia

British Columbia is home to the wireless industry's leading players. BC's wireless cluster encompasses all areas of the wireless technology value chain, from infrastructure and devices to enabling software and peer-to-peer solutions. We are home to established world leaders, such as Sierra Wireless, MDSI and Glentel to up and coming innovators, such as Colligo, TELOS, WebTech Wireless, Contec and Microsage Wireless.

Representing more than 150 member companies, the Wireless Innovation Network society of BC (WINBC), is the focal point for wireless in BC. The organization brings this diverse sector closer together by fostering collaboration among early-stage wireless companies in BC.


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News on Wireless Innovation Network of British Columbia

DigiBC announces launch of VX 2010 Showcase and Directory
In preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Parlympic Games, DigiBC launched its VX Showcase website and B2B digital directory today. DigiBC was the new entity formed when New Media BC and the... more
Digital Media People to Watch in BC in 2010
One of the benefits of blogging about technology in BC is the opportunity to meet and interact with innovative technology leaders and evangelists every day. During 2009, we had the pleasure of... more
DigiBC announces initial Board of Directors
Earlier this month the Digital Media and Wireless Association of BC (DigiBC) was officially incorporated after the announcement of the merger of WINBC and New Media BC back in October. Today DigiBC... more
New Media BC and WINBC merge to become DigiBC
Last night at the New Media BC Annual & Extraordinary General Meeting, the decision to merge the associations representing B.C.’s digital media and wireless technology sectors was... more
BC Wireless & New Media Demo Day II
On October 22nd, WINBC and New Media BC are hosting BC Wireless & New Media Demo Day II where they will unveil some of the 2010 Wireless and New Media Showcase and Service projects. We will... more
2010 Wireless and New Media Showcase gets $300K
Late last week WINBC and New Media BC announced that they have received $300K in funding from Western Economic Diversification Canada to support the industry-driven, community-focused 2010 Showcase... more
New Media BC and Wireless Innovation Network of BC announce proposed merger
For months, the tech community in British Columbia wondered who the next President of New Media BC would be. As recently as early September 2009, TechVibes' own Warren Frey offered his best guesses... more
MoMoVan is back this month
MoMoVan is back for another season - WINBC and New Media BC invite everyone to the MoMoVan season kick-off at the Museum of Vancouver on September 14th at 5:30pm. Come and kick-start the season... more
Opportunity for BC's Wireless and Life Sciences companies
The Wireless Innovation Network of BC (WINBC) has secured a special Qualcomm Partner Rate for BC wireless and life science companies wanting to exhibit in the Wireless Health Pavilion at CTIA... more
Wireless Health Forum comes to Vancouver
Many believe we are at a tipping point for the convergence of health and wireless technology where the inclusion of wireless in the healthcare ecosystem has the potential to revolutionize... more
WinBC announces annual award winners
The Wireless Innovation Network of BC (WinBC) held its last MomoVan event of the season in high style on June 22nd when it held its annual general meeting and announced this year’s award... more
MoMoVan summer BBQ hosted by Nokia
The joint Annual General Meetings of WINBC and Wavefront are taking place on June 22nd at Nokia’s offices in Burnaby and you're invited. The organizations are combining the AGMs with the end... more
BC Wireless and New Media demos streamed live online NOW
Today's BC Wireless and New Media Demo day is being streamed online for anyone that wants to catch the demos. Fifty select companies will be showcasing their innovative applications or services... more
New Media BC Showcase Inititiative Session
Just a reminder to all those who applied to the Wireless and New Media BC Showcase. The half-day session for applicants and those still interested to find out how they can be involved takes place... more
WINBC extends applications for 2010 Showcase
Last month we wrote about a WINBC and New Media BC's joint plans for a Wireless and New Media Showcase to highlight innovative wireless and new media technologies during the 2010 Winter Games.... more
WINBC offers VPs of HR for Free
Today the Wireless Innovation Network of BC (WINBC) annouced a creative new initiative with GO Recruitment called GO-WIN. Imagine having the services of a Human Resources specialist free for the... more
WINBC and New Media BC announce 2010 Showcase
WINBC and New Media BC announced the launch of a Wireless and New Media Showcase today and an open-call for all any BC or Canadian organization involved in wireless or new media as well as... more
The Future of Wireless according to Gerry Chan
Last month WINBC's Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit was in Vancouver and Techvibes was a media sponsor. Bruce Sharpe of Singular Productions was their to capture the action on video. He started... more
MoMoVan takes on Web 2.0, Gaming and Entertainment
The Apple "App Store" has completely shifted the business model for mobile gaming. Suddenly you can sell your product directly to consumers, by-passing the previous market entry barriers. Now... more
Best Speaker at the Wireless Summit captured
Last week WINBC's Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit was in Vancouver and Techvibes was a media sponsor. Bruce Sharpe of Singular Productions was their to capture the action on video and has put... more
Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit presents awards
The Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit wrapped up tonight with the Awards Gala at the Hyatt Regency. All in all the event was a huge success with some great networking thanks to 160 attendees... more
Venture capital, digital trends and the wireless industry in 2009
One of the most important things for any startup to know, particularly in the aftermath of an economic downturn, is where to go to find the money. A session at the Pacific Northwest Wireless... more
Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit panel examines the impact of the iPhone
A small panel of local wireless experts weighed in at the Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit on the various ways the iPhone has changed business and the consumer experience. Top of mind was the App... more
Fonolo navigates past phone menus
Fonolo, a Toronto-based startup in the web telephony space, is aiming to make it easier to deal with large companies over the phone. Shai Berger addressed an iPhone-centric session at the Pacific... more
Seapoint Ventures on how to flourish in a bad economy
Thomas Huseby, managing partner of Seattle-based VC firm Seapoint Ventures, explained to a packed crowd at the Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit how they can survive a terrible economy, and where... more
Tony Fish on how to suffer early and ride a bad economy to profit
Tony Fish, the co founder of AMF Ventures, had some advice for the Pacific Northwest Wireless Conference regardin gthe new and sometimes frightening world of a changed economy, and how the wireless... more
Qualcomm's Steven Morley on how Vancouver can become San Diego, and why it should want to
Steven Morley, the former VP of Technology at Qualcomm,  explained to a packed crowd at the Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit how he helped the global telecom giant went from a tiny startup to... more
Globalive CEO Antonio Lacavera's problems and solutions in the Canadian wireless market
Antonio Lacavera, the CEO of Globalive Communications, a wireless service provider that concentrates on long distance, carrier clearinghouse solutions and high speed and mobile services, addressed... more
The Future of Canadian Wireless at PNWS
Dr. Gerry Chan from the Government of Canada's Communications Research Centre was one of the keynote speaker at the Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit, being held today at the Hyatt Regency in... more
Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit next week
WINBC's 2009 Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit (PNWS) is only a few days away. The second Annual Wireless Summit is built around four pillars: Ideas. Innovation. Insight. Investment. It will... more
Speak at the Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit
As reported on Techvibes earlier this week, the info-packed Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit (PNWS) is coming to Vancouver on January 18/19, 2009. The Summit is built around four pillars: Ideas.... more
2009 Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit - Now with less days
In reaction to the current market conditions, WINBC announced today that they will condense the previously announced two-and-a-half-day 2009 Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit (PNWS) into a... more
MobileMonday Global Summit 2010 coming to Vancouver?
The Wireless Innovation Network of BC (WINBC) announced today that senior executives from MobileMonday will be visiting Vancouver from December 10-13th in search of partners for Vancouver to host... more

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