January 6, 2017

Industry Roundup : Week 1, January

ResellerClub announces sale; Nixplay integrates Verizon cloud; APPrise Mobile launches international hosting

ResellerClub announces Kickstart 2017 Sale
The company has introduced the sale for one week until 12th January.

This week, web hosting & domains provider, ResellerClub has announced a week long sale on hosting products, from 4th to 12th January 2017. Products on sale include multi-domain hosting, cloud hosting, reseller hosting and dedicated servers.

The Kickstart 2017 sale claims to guarantee ‘Any plan @One Price’ for each hosting product.

Shridhar Luthria, General Manager, ResellerClub said:

For the first time ever, we are offering our Hosting at a flat rate, irrespective of the plan chosen.

By that we mean, whether you choose the basic plans (with lower resource limits) or the top-end ones (a high-end configuration for high traffic websites & applications), the price remains absolutely the same.

 

Nixplay integrates Verizon Cloud application
Nixplay says that the move is to provide consumers with more meaningful connections.

This week, Nixplay, the IPS WiFi Cloud Photo Frames provider, announced that it has integrated the Verizon Cloud consumer mobile application with the entire cloud-connected frame lineup. Through Verizon’s open APIs, Nixplay says that it will now provide customers access to their photos and files that may be stored in the Verizon Cloud.

Mark Palfreeman, Founder and CEO of Nixplay said:

The extension of the Verizon Cloud to our Nixplay frames ensures that family and friends around the world can share the content that means the most to them.

As a mobile-first cloud storage solution, Nixplay says that the Verizon Cloud is a natural extension for its cloud platform as more users generate content and data on their mobile phones.

 

APPrise Mobile launches international hosting
The company has launched the service in association with Amazon Web Services.

This week, APPrise Mobile announced that its mobile communications platform now supports data hosting in all Amazon Web Services (AWS) facilities around the world as the demand for its theEMPLOYEEapp appears to grow.

APPrise says that companies that require their data to be securely stored in a particular country or region can take advantage of theEMPLOYEEapp and have their own branded app through which to communicate with their employees via all mobile devices.

Jeff Corbin, CEO of APPrise Mobile, said,

This is a global opportunity and over the past year, companies from countries including Australia, Germany, UK and more have sought out theEMPLOYEEapp as an easy to deploy and cost effective way to accomplish this.

Our most recent developments ensure that we can support the data storage and security needs of any company, from any country as well as their respective language requirements.

APPrise Mobile also announced that theEMPLOYEEapp is now available in any language.

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