Enomaly Launches Cloud Computing Partner Program

Toronto, Ontario – January 15, 2010 – Enomaly, a global leader in Cloud Computing, today announced the launch of the Enomaly Partner Program to enhance the delivery of comprehensive cloud computing solutions to service providers (carriers, hosting companies, and others). The Enomaly partner program encompasses strategic partnerships with leading hardware technology vendors, cloud computing and storage technology companies as well as a global network of systems integrators and service providers who can provide local support and services to the numerous Enomaly customers in Asia, Europe as well as North America.

“The Enomaly Partner Program is a major initiative to attract and support the remarkable number of international technology companies that are recognizing the value of cloud computing and Enomaly’s leadership role in it,” said Justin Groen, vice president of Sales at Enomaly. “As Hosting Companies, Telcos and other service providers deploy our technology in their environments in Asia, Europe, the U.S. and Canada, our partner program will enable technology partners, sales channels and support services to complement Enomaly’s offering and deliver a total solution in all geographic markets.”

A proven cloud computing technology platform, Enomaly’s Service Provider Edition and High Assurance Edition provide a strong platform with which service providers can deliver cloud services to their customers. Simple and easy to use by end-users, Enomaly provides a feature rich, customizable platform that will enable its Service Provider customers to gain competitive advantage in this fast moving market.

Enomaly is a global leader in the fast-growing Cloud Computing space . Enomaly empowers service providers (carriers, hosting companies, and others) to deliver revenue- generating infrastructure on demand (Infrastructure as a Service, or IaaS) services to their customers. Enomaly's Elastic Computing Platform, first released in 2004, was the world's first IaaS platform, and is used today in over 1000 live installations.