Toronto's Enomaly acquired by Virtustream

Toronto's Enomaly Inc. announced this morning that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Virtustream, a leading global cloud solutions provider. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, and the deal is expected to close in Q1 of 2012.

Enomaly is credited with pioneering the first cloud brokerage, SpotCloud, which provides a marketplace for buyers and sellers to exchange available compute and storage capacities. The SpotCloud platform is the world's first many-to-many cloud platform, interconnecting hundreds of suppliers and thousands of cloud infrastructure users in a global marketplace of cloud computing capacity.

“Cloud computing is evolving quickly and we believe Virtustream to be among the fasting growing and best positioned for the massive opportunity within the enterprise cloud space. Virtustream is ideally positioned to capitalize on the needs of complex enterprises migrating to the cloud.” said Reuven Cohen, Founder of Enomaly. “We are ecstatic to be joining the Virtustream team.”

Virtustream owns and operates its own data centers in the U.S. and U.K., and has offices in Washington, D.C., New York, San Francisco, Atlanta, London and Dublin. Virtusteam clients include some of the worlds largest and most successful  firms including Domino Foods and Yum Brands.

Enomaly is also creator of CloudCamp, an informal global series of cloud computing events that provide a common ground for the introduction and advancement cloud computing.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Enomaly is the leader in empowering telecom, IDC and managed hosting operators to deliver the benefits of Cloud Computing to their customers As one of the earliest pioneers of cloud computing, Enomaly has the experience to help you monetize the cloud. Our Elastic Computing Platform (Enomaly ECP) has often been described as the world's first true IaaS platform. Our v1 and v2 product generations... more

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