The Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race is once again amply equipped with on-trail computer hardware to remain connected with supporters of the race, thanks to Triniti Technology.
Triniti Technology returns for their third year as the Official Technology Supplier - Yukon, providing the Yukon Quest with all the computer hardware for the Yukon checkpoints. The hardware includes numerous computers and the supplies to set these up, as well as modems for each Yukon checkpoint. In addition, Triniti is available for around-the-clock support to keep all the hardware up and running as intended.
“The valuable assets Triniti Technology provides means we can have public computers at each Yukon checkpoint,” says Natalie Haltrich, Yukon Quest Executive Director – Yukon. “This enables race personnel, volunteers, fans, and media on the trail to have access to the race tracker and other areas of the website, connect with other on-trail race personnel, as well as family and friends who are not on the trail.”
Triniti Technology is also assisting with the acquisition of cell phones and cell services for contractors during race time.
“In partnership with the Yukon Quest, we love giving back to the community by making technology better for everyone - the race, the organization, and Whitehorse as a whole,” says Triniti Technology General Manager Sylvio Lin. “We’re looking forward to being a part of the Yukon Quest’s 35th race year.”
Triniti Technology is a locally-owned and operated business which started in 2013 in Whitehorse, Yukon, specializing in I.T., and management consulting. They are committed to giving back to the community that they are proud to serve while also working with and representing some of the biggest brands in the world. For more information, visit trinititech.ca.