Celebrate Canada Day by Joining Canada’s Public Cloud

Posted by Techvibes NewsDesk

To celebrate Canada Day Uniserve Cloud is offering 2 months FREE* so you can experience the cloud in your own backyard.

And since Uniserve is a Canadian company it doesn't fall under the US Patriot Act. Use Canada’s Public Cloud and keep your data on Canadian soil.

Uniserve's Cloud proudly operates on Joyent SmartMachines and provides massively scalable architectures that readily support millions of users. The Uniserve Cloud offers three operating system machine images (SmartOS, Linux and Windows), so you can choose your operating system without compromising on performance, scalability, ease of management, analytics or security.

Unlike other data centers that require users to manually provision new servers when you max them out, Joyent designed SmartMachines are built from the ground up to deliver the best application performance and the most rapid scalability of any cloud.

Not quite ready to operate in the cloud? If you activate your account by midnight July 4, 2012 Uniserve will honor your credit for 1 full year.

*2 months FREE: This credit has a value of $150. The $150 credit will be applied to your account. Once that credit is depleted, service charges will apply. An account creation requires a valid credit card.

Uniserve Communications Corporation
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Uniserve Communications Corporation (TSX.V: USS) is a Canadian company based in Vancouver that provides the latest technologies in digital phone service, high speed Internet, web hosting and cloud computing. Uniserve has positioned itself to provide customers the one-stop-shop telecommunications experience. more

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