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IBM Toronto Software Lab

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IBM Toronto Software Lab

The IBM Toronto Software Lab is the largest software development laboratory in Canada, and IBM's third largest software lab. Established in 1967 with 55 employees,[1] the Toronto Lab (located in Markham) now has 2,500 employees developing some of IBM's leading middleware software.[2] This building was relocated to Markham from Toronto on September 11, 2001. Some of these include DB2, WebSphere Commerce, WebSphere Customer Center, Tivoli Provisioning Manager, System i languages, and Rational Application Developer.

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  1. ^ "IBM Centers for Advanced Studies: CAS Sites - CAS Toronto". IBM Canada Ltd. 2006-01-23. Retrieved 2009-03-31. 
  2. ^ "The IBM Toronto Software Lab". IBM Canada Ltd. 2006-01-23. Retrieved 2009-03-31. 
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