ServerCentral announced that its high performance cloud will debut on June 11th at the 10th International Cloud Expo in New York.

“ServerCentral customers have voiced their frustrations with cloud offerings which may require thousands of VMs to run large workloads,” explained Jordan Lowe, ServerCentral President and CEO. “Our cloud services support real-world enterprise and content workloads, offering the CPU, network, and disk throughput of high-performance physical servers.”

ServerCentral built their cloud with virtual machines as powerful as physical servers, enabling it to run enterprise workloads with ease. Each VM has dedicated CPU, a generous allocation of memory, and redundant 10-Gigabit connections to ensure data and applications are accessible, protected, and lightning-fast 100% of the time. Additionally, cloud users are able to configure, launch, monitor, and manage their entire cloud infrastructure in a powerful provisioning portal built by ServerCentral’s own Chicago-based software development team.

“We’re ready to join the shared cloud market,” said Lowe, “and we think the market is ready for our cloud.”

Expo attendees are invited to ServerCentral’s booth #373 to find out how easy it is to deploy and manage resources in their cloud.

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