Vegas deal, Kanata cuts

March Networks cuts its global workforce by eight percent or about 20 staff, most of them workers in Kanata. The company employs March%5B1%5D.jpgapproximately 180 people in Ottawa and 260 globally. Calling the cuts a “small reduction,” Peter Wilenius, VP, investor relations, says the layoffs were “related to aligning our operating costs as communicated earlier, as we have the intent to be profitable this year.” In unrelated news, the company has won a deal to provide the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada with mobile video surveillance solutions to enhance security. The company says RTC is using its wireless monitoring equipment and vehicle diagnostics gear on para-transit and fixed-route buses that serve the greater Las Vegas Valley, including the Vegas Strip. RTC has already deployed March Networks’ mobile recorders on more than 190 of its 520 vehicles.

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