Boca Raton, FL (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- InterCloud Systems, Inc.  has announced the formal launch of its InterCloudVm cloud services platform.
The InterCloudVm is an enterprise grade platform, designed to offer both medium and large customers customizable infrastructure and applications that meet their stringent security and performance level needs without the associated capital expenditures. The platform allows our customers and their users to securely access their applications via a private, hybrid, or public cloud and is highly elastic, rapidly scalable and offers ease of use to IT administrators. Containing three modules, Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas), Platform as a Service
(Paas) and Software as a Service (Saas), the platform supports a wide range of industry standard operating systems under an single umbrella, capable of running mail, webservers, database servers, mobile platform development, multimedia, voice communication servers and enterprise applications such as ERP, CRM, SCM, HRM, among others. Intercloud offers professional services to its customers in order to assist them in cloud implementations and ongoing management of their applications.
InterCloud CEO Mark E. Munro stated, "We believe that there are significant growth opportunities in integrated cloud-based solutions that allow organizations to integrate their applications and services into a cost effective and elastic cloud environment. Our cloud services, offering an op-ex model versus a cap-ex model, meet the needs of enterprise and service providers that are looking to reduce capital expenditures as they continue to outsource services. We expect to sell these services direct through our sales organization as well as through our channel partners in a white label partnership."
For more information visit www.intercloudsys.com .
The InterCloudVm is an enterprise grade platform, designed to offer both medium and large customers customizable infrastructure and applications that meet their stringent security and performance level needs without the associated capital expenditures.