CloudMosa Expands Within vXchnge’s Silicon Valley Data Center
By: Blair Felter on March 30, 2015
Company’s footprint triples with vXchnge
Santa Clara, California – March 30, 2015 – CloudMosa, a mobile technology company committed to accelerating and enriching the mobile web browsing experience, and creator of Puffin, a cloud-powered mobile web browser, continues to expand its footprint within vXchnge’s Santa Clara facility. CloudMosa’s accelerated growth demands superior infrastructure, design and services that are supported by vXchnge.
Founded in 2009, CloudMosa launched Puffin in late 2010 and grew its customer base to more than 500,000 users in just under one year. To date, CloudMosa’s Puffin has 25 million users between its three applications: Puffin Web Browser Free, Puffin Web Browser, and Puffin Academy. vXchnge meets the demands of CloudMosa’s rapid growth volume by providing a state-of-the-art facility equipped to deploy high-density applications and scale with speed, agility and redundancy via its ample marketplace of diverse network providers.
“CloudMosa’s expansion within our Santa Clara facility validates vXchnge’s premier capabilities as an ideal environment for companies to flourish and grow,” said Ernest Sampera, CMO and Senior Vice President at vXchnge. “Being able to scale to a company’s rapid growth with speed and flexibility is of the utmost importance to today’s Cloud businesses. vXchnge answers this call by delivering operational excellence that is backed by an expert team, a proven track record, redundancy and an SLA of 100% - guaranteed.”
In addition to vXchnge’s best-in-class business continuity capabilities, it's non-competitive ecosystem of diverse network providers gives CloudMosa the flexibility and reliability it needs to connect with a variety of carriers, ensuring zero downtime, to provide its users a superior experience. The Santa Clara facility also adheres to the most stringent levels of security protocols, so CloudMosa can rest assured they’re running in a safe environment.
“Our rapid growth required us to partner with a data center services company that was not only reliable, but maintained the proper power and capabilities to allow us to easily and quickly scale,” said Shioupyn Shen, CEO & founder of CloudMosa. “vXchnge has exceeded our expectations as we continue to grow our company and we’re excited to expand even further in the coming months.”
vXchnge is a carrier-neutral colocation services provider that helps improve the business performance of its customers. vXchnge’s state-of-the-art data center facilities are supported by unmatched operational and service support, enabling rapid business growth at an overall lower total cost of operations. Currently in eight critical markets, vXchnge is expanding its data center footprint to 15 additional markets throughout the country to tackle the “distance to customer” or “localization” issues cloud and service providers are currently facing. As the former executive team of Switch and Data, vXchnge’s leadership team is comprised of performance-driven experts with a combined 150+ years of experience, Bell Systems disciplines, and the extensive knowledge base needed to operate state-of-the-art data centers. For more information, visit www.vxchnge.com, or connect with vXchnge on Twitter and LinkedIn.
CloudMosa’s Puffin Web Browser addresses one of the most challenging problems of mobile computing – how to make the mobile browsers as good and fast as the desktop browsers. Puffin leverages its cloud infrastructure to lend massive computing power on-the-fly to mobile devices to improve mobile users’ web browsing experience. Puffin’s “micro-cloud” service is the consumer version of Amazon’s EC2 (Elastic Cloud Computing) – enabling 5x performance boost in 10-minute average web browsing sessions for mobile users to get urgent work done easily and happily.
About Blair Felter
As the Marketing Director at vXchnge, Blair is responsible for managing every aspect of the growth marketing objective and inbound strategy to grow the brand. Her passion is to find the topics that generate the most conversations.