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Toronto's Internet of Everything Innovation Center

The new hub for innovation, experimentation, and thought-leadership.

At Cisco, we have built our business on the idea that there is opportunity in things we have yet to experience, and in some cases, have yet to even imagine.  As the Internet of Everything wakes up, we are embarking on a journey that will change every part of our lives for the better.  

On March 5th, Cisco announced that Toronto has become a location for one of four global Cisco Internet of Everything Innovation (IoE) centers – a one-of-kind facility for Toronto and a unique destination for innovation in North America. This facility is designed to push ideas and thought-leadership that will bring suppliers, vendors, and customers together to rethink and transform the status-quo.

Together with Norm Kelly, Deputy Mayor of Toronto, Hon. Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Economic Development, Trade, and Employment, Rob Lloyd, President of Development and Sales for Cisco, along with our Cisco Canada team we showcased Cisco’s latest investment in Canada and its impact on the City of Toronto.

For more information, visit the press release, video, and live recordings to the left to see how Cisco is giving back to the community through investment and innovation.


With this Internet of Everything Innovation Center, Cisco aims to help create new markets and solution and establish a hotbed for experimentation
- Nitin Kawale
             President, Cisco Canada