June 14, 2013
MIAMI, Fla., June 14 -- Vault Networks (VN), leading Miami-based provider of colocation, dedicated and managed hosting services, today announced the launch of its innovative new Cloud Services product: vnCloud. The company’s first major move into the cloud computing space, vnCloud was designed to fit a segment in the business-class market where the agility and power of cloud servers met the cost-efficiency demanded by small to medium-sized businesses.
“We noticed that the hourly-based pricing structure most of the bigger players were using was, at the end of the day, adding up to a very expensive solution,” explained Brian Jankovich, VN’s Founder and President. “We knew our clients wanted to start leveraging the power and flexibility of cloud servers, but didn’t want to break the bank to get there. Our model fills that gap.”
Under the vnCloud subscription-based model, clients buy computing resources such as processors, disk space, and memory for monthly fee and use those resources to build custom cloud servers, which will ultimately make up their very own virtual data center. The prepaid monthly pricing structure effectively rewards clients for their business’ success by eliminating the need for an hourly premium, which translates into a big, predictable cost savings for companies who are able to forecast their short term needs.
Clients are able to design and deploy their cloud servers in minutes, and retain the ability to modify their configurations as well as scale up or down on resources in real time, at any time. No longer faced with the headaches and downtime associated with implementing changes to their IT systems, vnCloud clients can leverage cloud servers to move into and adapt to the evolving demands of markets faster and more efficiently while taking minimal risk. Additionally, Vault Networks will be launching a Channel Partner program in the coming weeks that will focus on opportunities for resellers to incorporate cloud services into their solution offerings.
As part of their launch promotion, Vault Networks is offering a $100 credit to use toward the purchase of base resources, free for both new and old VN clients interested in trying out vnCloud. Using promo code “100FREE61413,” interested clients can essentially test the vnCloud service within their own architecture at virtually no risk and making no long term financial commitment.
About Vault Networks, Inc.
Vault Networks is a full service, IT and data center solution provider specializing in cloud server and dedicated server hosting, colocation, and managed services to businesses throughout the world. Leveraging a proven set of technologies and extensive subject matter expertise, VN delivers cost-effective, flexible solutions that provide responsive and predictable levels of service for their clients' businesses. Serving numerous industries, in over 20 countries spanning five continents across the globe, Vault Networks continues to grow at an unprecedented pace, with new users signing up every day. For more information, visit http://www.vaultnetworks.com.
Source: Vault Networks, Inc.
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