TORONTO, Sept. 13 /CNW/ - Q9 Networks Inc. (TSX:Q), a leading Canadian
provider of outsourced data centre infrastructure, today announces that Andrew
Brenton has resigned from its board of directors. Mr. Brenton informed the
board that he has resigned due to other increasing demands on his time.
"This was a difficult decision. I have enjoyed my tenure as a board
member and will miss the opportunity to work with other members of the board
and management. Q9 is an outstanding company, led and operated by a dedicated
team of people."
"It is with regret that we accept Andrew's resignation," said Tim Price,
Chairman, Q9 Networks. "Andrew made a valuable contribution to the board
during the six years he was with us. His experience and judgment have played
an important role in the success of Q9. We thank him for his dedication and
wish him well in his future endeavors."
About Q9 Networks:
Q9 Networks is a leading Canadian provider of outsourced data centre
infrastructure for organizations with mission-critical IT operations. Q9's
data centres and network are backed by an industry leading SLA which
guarantees 100% network and power availability. Q9 managed services,
including: bandwidth, dedicated servers, firewalls, load balancing, virtual
private networking (VPN) and back-up/restore, enable the rapid provisioning
and scalability of client infrastructure.
For further information:
For further information: Kevin Spikes, Director of Corporate & Investor
Relations, Q9 Networks, Toronto: (416) 848-3311, Toll Free: 1-888-696-2266,