With this new cloud services program, companies have access to computer systems through subscription. This implies easy and effective access for companies to any kind of computer service without having to invest in equipment. GreenQloud’s computer system (software) is largely hosted in Advania’s data center.
“Advania Cloud powered by GreenQloud strengthens our reach in the enterprise market in
“It is a great pleasure to be working with a growing company like GreenQloud, a company that has received deserved attention for their clever and environmental-friendly solutions. These services will facilitate for customers even easier usage of our powerful computer systems on their own terms whenever they need, whenever it suits them, anywhere in the world. We foresee that this solution will especially suit fast growing companies in Scandinavia which will receive the full benefits of the cloud while having easy access to a full range of our professional services and consultancy,” comments EyjÓlfur MagnÚs Kristinsson, Chief of Operations for
GreenQloud is a cloud solutions company offering Truly Green™ cloud computing virtual servers and data storage (IaaS) powered by renewable energy. GreenQloud services, such as ComputeQloud™ and StorageQloud™ feature an easy-to-use, self-service web console and advanced AWS-compatible API controls for full automation of IT services. GreenQloud’s newest service, QloudSync, enables users to sync files and folders from their computer to StorageQloud™, for availability on the web as well as on any computer or smart phone.
GreenQloud was founded in 2010 and is privately funded. In 2011,
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