CALGARY, June 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Q9 Networks (Q9) today announced it is donating $50,000 to the Canadian Red Cross Alberta Floods Fund to assist with disaster relief efforts in the province.
"Our hearts go out to the many Albertans who have been affected by the floods," says Osama Arafat, Chief Executive Officer, Q9 Networks. "We have been deeply concerned about our staff, customers and business partners who have been personally impacted by the events of the past few days in Calgary and other communities. Despite the magnitude of the flooding, I know that Albertans' can-do attitude and deep community spirit will ensure that the recovery and rebuilding proceeds as quickly as possible."
About Q9 Networks:
Q9 Networks Inc. is Canada's leading provider of outsourced data centre infrastructure for organizations with mission-critical IT operations. Q9's national footprint of 14 high-availability data centres spans three provinces, including Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario and serves customers in both the public and private sectors. Q9 is owned by an investor group comprising Canada's largest communication company, BCE Inc., and some of the largest and most experienced North American pension and private equity funds, including: Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Providence Equity Partners and Madison Dearborn Partners LLC.
SOURCE Q9 Networks Inc.