nGenx Spinoff CloudJumper Launches to Workspace as a Service Market
Workspace as a service platform CloudJumper launched on Monday with its hosted workspace offering, CloudJumper nWorkSpace.
CloudJumper is based on the platform its sister company nGenx built, and “many of the key personnel” from nGenx have joined CloudJumper, including CEO John Helms, according to a statement.
nWorkspace includes software, infrastructure, services, and support, offering partners and customers a choice of licensing models including named user and concurrent user licensing options, CloudJumper said. The concurrent user model virtualizes or “floats” a fixed number of licenses across the network as opposed to device-specific license allocation.
CloudJumper is working with strategic service providers, a “relatively new channel partner classification” to deliver the WaaS platform.
“Managed services have evolved to the point where providers no longer have to deal with the assembly of complex solutions, unwieldy configurations, or a combination where difficulties in management are par for the course,” JD Helms, president, CloudJumper said in a statement. “Our organization represents a new era in plug-and-play business IT where ease of operation and an unmatched customer experience scales without limits.”
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