Berlin, Germany (PRWEB) January 14, 2009
Deutsche Telekom spin off Zimory GmbH (http://www.zimory.com), a provider of internal and external cloud computing resources, has been named one of the top 20 Companies to Watch in 2009 by Linux Magazine (http://www.linux-mag.com/id/7221/1/).
The Linux Magazine 20 Companies to Watch in 2009 list features vendors that are best positioned in the coming year to spur Linux and Open Source adoption while delivering on the immediate needs of the marketplace.
"Cloud computing is set to explode in 2009," said Behrend Freese, CEO, Zimory. "We are honored that Linux Magazine has recognized our potential impact on the Cloud world."
Zimory's Enterprise Cloud combines different existing virtual servers into a homogeneous computing cloud -- enabling data center managers to move applications quickly within single or multiple locations.
Zimory Public Cloud - currently in Beta -- provides companies of all sizes instant, easy and flexible access to external computing power worldwide while also enabling businesses with excess server capacity to offer their resources to businesses around the world.
"Zimory is in a unique position to enable the growth of Cloud computing in 2009," said Bryan Richard, Editor-in-Chief, Linux Magazine. "We see huge upside potential for them given the economic climate and general IT trends."
About the Linux Magazine 20 Companies to Watch List:
The Linux Magazine 20 Companies to Watch list features the vendors that are making a significant impact on the next-generation of Linux and Open Source adoption. Linux Magazine selects companies that have the ability to spur Open Source adoption in all facets of Information Technology, are technology and service innovators, and develop practical solutions for the Open Enterprise. Please visit http://www.linux-mag.com for more information.
A spin-off of Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Zimory GmbH is at the forefront of Cloud Computing - enabling dynamic, on-demand movement of applications automatically between servers in one or many locations, as well as creating the world's first "marketplace" for computing capacity. Based in Berlin, the company develops a dynamic infrastructure solution for data centers to create a modern Adaptive IT Infrastructure - enabling IT to improve flexibility and reduce operating costs.