Canada's major business daily, The Financial Post, wrote about the data center industry in a Friday story that prominently featured Q9 Networks, the Toronto provider that was purchased by ABRY Capital last year. The story also took a broader look at Canada's data center companies, which include Peer 1 Networks, Telus and Mohawk Internet Technologies, which provides services for online gaming companies from a data center on its Kahnawake Mohawk First Nation reserve.
"The real issue for these guys is capacity," Gabriel Leung, an analyst at Paradigm Capital, told the paper. There's only so much space available and in Canada we're capacity constrained." Read The Financial Post for the full story.