Martello Selected for BlackBerry L-SPARK Accelerator Program

Martello Technologies Group Inc. announced today that it has been selected alongside six other promising Canadian technology companies to participate in the BlackBerry/L-SPARK Accelerator Program. Spanning more than six months and focused on intensive, one-on-one, training, the accelerator program is designed to bring new products to market using BlackBerry QNX technology.

As part of the new accelerator program, BlackBerry will help Martello research and develop network solutions that deliver high performance services on the increasingly complex networks created by the Internet of Things (IoT). According to Gartner, in its December 2017 report, Forecast: Internet of Things — Endpoints and Associated Services, Worldwide, 2017, the global IoT market will reach 25.1 billion endpoints by 2021, with total spending on endpoints and services reaching $3.9 trillion in 2021. From autonomous vehicles to smart cities, real-time IoT applications create network complexity, and Martello’s technology can help manage network resources, capacity and performance for these real-time IoT applications.

Martello’s proven solutions, already deployed in more than 150 countries around the world, continue to be recognized by industry. In October, the company received the Outstanding Information & Communications Technology Company (ICT) Recognition Award from IEEE, and in September, Martello was recognized with a Frost & Sullivan Leadership Award for NPM (Network Performance Management) and was also ranked as Ottawa’s Fastest Growing Company on the Growth 500 list of Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies. In August 2018, the company received theINTERNET TELEPHONY SD-WAN Product of the Year Award, and in June 2018 Martello debuted on the Branham 300 listing of Canada’s top ICT companies.

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