SWAG >> Sponsors
The Software Architecture Group at the University of Waterloo has the privilege of working with some of the most well known companies in the field of high tech. Our most prominent collaboration partners are listed below.
IBM logo IBM provides customer solutions through the use of advanced information technology. These solutions include technologies, systems, products, services, software and financing.
IBM Center for Advanced Studies logo The Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) was established at the IBM Toronto Lab in 1990. Its mission is to strengthen the links between research communities and IBM. CAS has been working closely with academic institutions, as well as corporate, government, and other IBM research groups on various projects that relate to the products of the IBM Toronto Lab.
Nortel logo Nortel Networks is a global Internet and communications leader for service providers and enterprises with capabilities spanning Optical Long Haul Networks, Wireless Networks and Metro & Enterprise Networks. Today, Nortel Networks is competing at the heart of the high-performance Internet to unleash its customers' potential to profit through an unrelenting focus on creating revenue-generating opportunities.
NSERC logo NSERC's role is to make investments in people, discovery and innovation for the benefit of all Canadians. We invest in people by supporting more than 9,000 students in their advanced studies. We promote discovery by funding more than 8,700 researchers every year. And we help make innovation happen by encouraging more than 1,000 Canadian companies to invest in university research.
Sun logo Since its inception in 1982, a singular vision -- The Network Is The Computer™ -- has propelled Sun Microsystems, Inc. to its position as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software, and services that power the Internet and allow companies worldwide to take their businesses to the nth. Sun can be found in more than 170 countries and on the World Wide Web.
Bell logo Bell Canada spans wireline, wireless, satellite and Internet services. By providing rich content and commerce applications over these channels, they're turning customer applications into lasting relationships.
NRC logo The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) is the nation's leading research organization, focusing on R&D in biotechnology, information & telecommunications, and manufacturing technologies as well as the construction, marine and aerospace sectors.
CITO logo CITO - Communications and Information Technology Ontario - is an Ontario Centre of Excellence committed to strengthening the global performance of Ontario's information technology, digital media and communications industries. They do this by building university and industry partnerships that foster the interchange of people, ideas and technologies.
CSER logo The Consortium for Software Engineering Research (CSER) is an industry directed research program involving industrial members, university investigators and researchers from the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), with Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) financial support. Industrial involvement is central to the concept requiring direct participation in research projects as well as financial support for university investigators.