Branham300

Top 25 Canadian ICT Hardware and Infrastructure Companies

Rank
2012
Rank
2011
250
Rank
Company Name Web Address City Province
1 1 1 BlackBerry www.rim.com / www.blackberry.com Waterloo ON
2 2 5 Celestica www.celestica.com Toronto ON
3 3 8 CAE www.cae.com Montreal QC
4 4 18 SMART Technologies www.smarttech.com Calgary AB
5 5 21 Aastra Technologies www.aastra.com Concord ON
6 6 25 Sierra Wireless www.sierrawireless.com Richmond BC
7 7 27 Pason Systems www.pason.com Calgary AB
8 11 28 SMTC www.smtc.com Markham ON
9 8 29 Evertz Microsystems www.evertz.com Burlington ON
10 9 31 EXFO www.exfo.com Quebec City QC
11   34 Teledyne DALSA www.teledynedalsa.com Waterloo ON
12 12 35 COM DEV International www.comdev.ca Cambridge ON
13 18 47 RuggedCom www.ruggedcom.com Concord ON
14   51 Avigilon www.avigilon.com Vancouver BC
15 22 53 Vecima Networks www.vecima.com Victoria BC
16 24 54 StarTech.com www.startech.com London ON
17 16 55 WiLAN www.wilan.com Ottawa ON
18 20 56 Sandvine www.sandvine.com Waterloo ON
19   66 Axia NetMedia www.axia.com Calgary AB
20 19 68 ViXS Systems www.vixs.com Toronto ON
21   69 ESI Information Technologies www.esitechnologies.com Montreal QC
22   70 Hemisphere GPS www.hemispheregps.com Calgary AB
23 21 72 SelectCore www.selectcore.com Vaughan ON
24   78 Firan Technology Group www.ftgcorp.com Toronto ON
25   81 IMRIS www.imris.com Winnipeg MB

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Canada's ICT Industry: A National Perspective (2013 Edition)

The 2013 Edition of Branham's annual report – Canada's ICT Industry: A National Perspective – provides in-depth analysis of Canada's leading ICT companies based on Branham300 aggregate data that has been collected during the past three years. It includes over 90 figures and 15 tables, as it provides comprehensive intelligence on key industry metrics (revenue, revenue growth, revenue per employee, research & development investment, general & administrative costs, sales & marketing expenses, national and international revenue sources) along with extensive discussion on the happenings within the Canadian ICT industry during the past three years. To learn more about this year's report, receive a copy or learn more about its contents, please contact us.

Canada's ICT Industry: A National Perspective