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Company Overview of Q9 Networks Inc.
Q9 Networks Inc. provides outsourced data centre services for supporting business-critical computing operations. It designs, builds, and operates data centers that provide co-location services; computing infrastructure services; and network services, such as high-availability Internet bandwidth, cross connections, inter-data centre connectivity, and remote connectivity services to support mission-critical computing operations. Q9 Networks Inc. was formerly known as Myna Communications, Inc. and changed its name to Q9 Networks Inc. in January 2000. The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
100 Wellington Street West
PO Box 235
Toronto, ON M5K 1J3
Founded in 1995
Key Executives for Q9 Networks Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President of Technology and Operations
Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications
Senior Vice President of Software Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Q9 Networks Inc. Key Developments
MNP LLP Selects Q9 Networks to Consolidate and Improve It Infrastructure Reliability
Mar 9 15
Q9 Networks announced that it has been selected by MNP to provide a high-availability co-location solution that allows the company to consolidate its critical IT infrastructure from in-house facilities to a Q9 data centre in Calgary. Prior to Q9, MNP's IT infrastructure was replicated between two in-house data centres located in separate buildings in downtown Calgary.
Q9 Launches Onsite Support Services
Feb 12 15
Q9 Networks announced its new Onsite Support Services (OSS) offering for co-location customers. OSS advances Q9's strategy to support the entire physical computing infrastructure layer, from the data centre to the device, enabling customers to optimize the use of IT resources and reduce costs. With OSS, customers no longer need to physically visit a Q9 data centre to manage their computing environments. Instead, Q9's onsite data centre technicians can provide fast and reliable support for the complete lifecycle of co-located infrastructure, including: Installing hardware (receive, unpack, rack); Decommissioning hardware (un-rack, pack, shipping preparation); Replacing/upgrading server components; Installing patch cables; Initiating hardware power-up procedures; and Supervising third-party support personnel (e.g. vendor technicians) within a customer enclosure.
Q9 Networks Announces Management Changes
Nov 25 14
The Board of Directors of Q9 Networks announced that Karen Sheriff will become President and Chief Executive Officer of Q9 on January 5, 2015, based at the company's headquarters in Toronto. As President and CEO of Bell Aliant since November 2008. Current CEO and founder, Paul Sharpe has decided to depart the company.
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