Cloupia was founded by experienced entrepreneurs and funded by Silicon Valley angel investors to create the foundation for next-generation cloud technologies. We are a group of seasoned professionals with complementary IT backgrounds joining forces to help businesses with complex IT needs ranging from small business to large enterprises. Our corporate headquarters is based in Santa Clara, California and development center in Hyderabad, India. Fusepoint is a privately held company with data centres in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal. Through our proven record of success we have built a loyal customer base and developed solid strategic partnerships with industry leaders such as
ST. LOUIS, July 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Savvis, Inc. (Nasdaq: SVVS), a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprises, today announced that it plans to release its second quarter 2010 financial results before the market opens on Monday, July 26, 2010. Company executives will host a financial analyst call at 10 a.m. EDT that morning, to discuss second quarter earnings and to provide a general business update. The dial-in number for financial analysts in North America is (866) 835-8906 or (703) 639-1413 for international analysts. To participate, please dial in a few minutes before the scheduled time.
New RTP center may draw up to $7.8M in state incentives DURHAM, Jul 09, 2010 (The Herald-Sun – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) – A subsidiary of IBM is planning to hire 600 workers and invest $3.7 million in a new process service center in Durham’s Research Triangle Park in the next two years. As a result of the project, IBM Lender Business Process Services Inc., a specialty loan processing company, could receive up to $7.8 million in incentive payments from North Carolina state government during the next decade. Gov. Beverly Perdue touted the jobs and facility announcement on Thursday,
SAN FRANCISCO (Dow Jones)-BMC Software Inc. (BMC) made its name doing the unglamorous work of streamlining corporate data centers. Now it is riding one of the technology industry’s biggest waves: cloud computing. Over the past 18 months, BMC has begun helping clients build and manage more than 150 cloud-based data centers. The company’s customers include Concur Technologies Inc. (CNQR) and Rackspace Hosting Inc. (RAX). BMC also has introduced new cloud products. In May, it rolled out BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management, software for building and operating cloud-based data centers. The Houston-based company also plans to introduce more cloud-related IT products. “The
Apparently the Silicon Valley-based Nimbula has been in stealth mode for over a year A couple of Amazon’s boys, credited with leading the development of EC2, have struck out on their own and launched Nimbula, whose purpose is to “blend EC2-like scale, agility and efficiency with private infrastructure customization and control.” Apparently the Silicon Valley-based Nimbula has been in stealth mode for over a year and brought in $5.75 million in Series A funding from Sequoia Capital and VMware. And apparently it will be going after large organizations with a yen to have an EC2 of their very own. Nimbula
Costs Expected to Fall for Back-Testing of Algorithmic Trading Systems NEW YORK and SAN MATEO, Calif., Jun 22, 2010 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) — The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. (NDAQ 19.00, +0.00, +0.00%) , the world’s largest exchange company, and Xignite, Inc., the leading cloud services provider of on-demand data distribution technologies, today announced that NASDAQ has selected the XigniteOnDemand platform to build NASDAQ Data-On-Demand, a cloud-based computing solution for historical tick data distribution. NASDAQ plans to launch Data-on-Demand in the second half of 2010 to provide easy and flexible access to large amounts of detailed historical NASDAQ Level 1 trade
St. Louis-based Savvis Inc., a cloud computing infrastructure company, said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire private Canadian IT services provider Fusepoint Inc. in a cash deal worth $124.5-million. Toronto-based Fusepoint operates three data centres in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal and recently reported annualized revenues of $47.4-million in its first quarter. In 2009, Fusepoint generated $41.7-million in revenue. Fusepoint is a portfolio company of M/C Venture Partners, a venture capital firm. Jim Ousley, chief executive with Savvis, said the Fusepoint purchase will expand the company’s footprint into an important market. “Our largest customers have been asking us to expand into