CloudMosa has transitioned all its server operations to vXchnge. With this transition and consolidation of its data center architecture, CloudMosa will reduce its total cost of ownership (TCO) by 25%. vXchnge is now CloudMosa’s primary data center provider with 55 cabinets at its data center in Santa Clara, California.
To reduce TCO
CloudMosa aims to improve its colocation expenses while continuing to meet its power demands and need for reliable uptime. CloudMosa’s leverages high-density deployed cabinets to reduce its deployment by 45%.
Dr. Shioupyn Shen, president and CEO, CloudMosa, said,
“In seeking to reduce our TCO, we knew that cutting our server capacity could jeopardize our products and be detrimental to the customer experience – it was not an option. The resourcefulness of our team coupled with vXchnge’s more advanced data centers have enabled enough cost savings to maintain our capacity while retiring older equipment. In fact, by streamlining our infrastructure, CloudMosa may even increase processing speeds for our customers.”
This shift means processing workloads from resource-limited devices to cloud servers, by accelerating technology. CloudMosa’s flagship product, the Puffin Browser, serves more than 150 million users around the world. Now, the company got ready to introduce the next billion users to Puffin.
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