Dolomite Networks is named for the “The Dolomites,” a section of the Alps in northern Italy. Founder Rob Adriaanse frequently visited this mountain range when he lived in Rome. “Dolomite” is a type of hardened rock which forms when the calcium in limestone is gradually replaced by magnesium. Dolomite is often found just beneath the surface. Similarly, Dolomite Networks helps clients employ the underlying converged network needed to support “surface layer” business applications.
Dolomite closely tracks the activities of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), an international community of designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of Internet architecture, security, and operations. Dolomite is also familiar with major Voice Over IP deployments and services in Canada.
Dolomite Networks Corporation is pleased to hold a Task-based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) Supply Arrangement with the Government of Canada. Dolomite’s consulting service consists of over 40 senior security professionals with a proven track record in the IT security industry. Our team has worked with both public and private sector clients in securing their IT infrastructure and ensuring the safety of their data.
Dolomite Networks is proud to support local charities. We believe in promoting goodwill and community support, which fosters employee, partner, and customer relationships. We have a corporate policy to donate 1% of our annual gross revenue to charitable organizations and community-based initiatives. Dolomite currently supports the following organizations in amounts in excess of $1000:
- Canadian Institute for the Blind
- Cops for Cancer
- Ottawa Rotary Home Foundation
- Centre 7 Out of the Cold Supper Program
- Ottawa Hospital Foundation
- The Hospice at May Court
- Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
- Ottawa School Breakfast Program
- Mito Canada
Dolomite also funds a bursary at the University of Waterloo for system design engineering students.