GMO Launches Cloud Computing Solution In U.S. Market
GMO Cloud America Inc has launched its cloud hosting solutions for the U.S. market. This full-service hosting and cloud computing solution provider is a subsidiary of GMO Cloud K.K., an established web hosting company in Japan.
These solutions have been launched to address the growing demand created by businesses that are embracing the scalability and portability of cloud hosting and computing. The concept of cloud hosting is not new and this service is utilized by businesses worldwide for several years now. Recently Apple launched its service iCloud that can be yours for about $25 a year providing access to music library in the cloud.
GMO Cloud America is also doing its bit to entice users and following launch will offer three pre-defined packages, GMO10, GMO20 and GMO30, at a significantly low introductory price for the first six months. The company will offer its basic plan, GMO10, free of cost during this period.
“We are thrilled to extend our existing services into the U.S. market,” said Ryo Tamura, president and CEO of GMO Cloud America Inc. “By offering the same solutions that propelled GMO Cloud K.K. to become Japan’s most sought-after name in cloud hosting, we can quickly address the needs of start-ups, small and mid-sized businesses, and large-scale enterprises.” The company’s solutions are already in use by leading-edge virtual solutions and recognized Fortune 500 companies.
GMO Cloud America claims it can deliver high-performance solutions in a cost-efficient manner along with some of the strongest controls available over cloud server resources such as CPU Cores, RAM, HD and Port Speed. The company can easily configure hosting resources independently and allows customers pay only for what they need.
This goal is achieved by leveraging its signature subscription model, which GMO claims offer far greater transparency than that which is currently available through most major cloud hosting providers.
By Anuradha Shukla
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