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Green Cloud Releases New Suite of Innovative Cloud Solutions

November 20, 2013
Green Cloud Releases New Suite of Innovative Cloud Solutions

Greenville, SCNovember 19, 2013 – Green Cloud Technologies, a channel-only Cloud technology solutions provider, released a multi-tier virtual server product line that allows businesses to customize their infrastructure on a server-by-server basis based on storage, performance, and replication and restoration requirements.  This new line of products represents a significant financial investment and presents an even higher level of performance and scalability for Green Cloud’s channel partners and their customers.
Unlike anything on the market today, this virtual server line makes it easy for customers to prioritize server needs based on storage need and restoration requirements.  Green Cloud offers SSD, SAS and SATA storage to meet the unique needs and budget of businesses – large and small.
Server Customization Options
“This product enhancement is a big day for Green Cloud’s 125 active channel partners. This gives our partners and their customers access to industry-leading virtualized data centers that are customized to meet their needs.” said Charles L. Houser, Green Cloud’s EVP of marketing.
Green Cloud focuses on providing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) products through channel-only distribution.  Market demand for a customizable solution that is simple and easy-to-understand led the company to develop this new line of solutions.
“More and more businesses are realizing that backup services are about as good as dial-up Internet.  They are simply useless in today’s environment. A full restoral Cloud virtual server is the only way to ensure a seamless and permanent restoral of a downed environment,” said Shay Houser, CEO of Green Cloud.  “By creating these different service levels, we can ensure that our customers and channel partners receive the best performing server that meets their individual needs on a server-by-server basis.  We have eliminated the complexity, confusion and uncertainty when it comes to building virtual data centers.”
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