Enviable Canadian Data Centre Portfolio Sets New Industry Benchmarks
TORONTO Feb. 7 Greater Toronto Area
$125 million Brampton Canada’s
The new facility is built to Q9’s renowned high standards and includes such features as outside air cooling capability to maximize energy efficiency, biometric security systems, multiple connections to the Internet, redundant power, HVAC and fire suppression systems, as well as 7×24 on-site security and technical support teams.
With redundant high-speed links connecting it to other Q9 data centres in the GTA, customers will have a wide range of business continuity options using two or more Q9 data centres.
Toronto April 2011 Kamloops $335 million $210 million April 2010 $4.4 billion
Q9 designs, builds and operates its data centres to meet the most demanding IT infrastructure requirements, including the increased power and cooling demands of today’s high density computing devices. Customers connect to the Internet via Q9’s unique network and are protected by Q9’s 100 per cent, SLA-backed uptime guarantees on both power and network availability. Customer equipment and data centre environmental parameters are monitored 7×24 by Q9’s Control Centre, staffed by experts versed in all aspects of IT and facilities management.
About Q9 Networks:
Canada’s North America $21 billion
SOURCE Q9 Networks Inc.