Aliso Viejo, California – (The Hosting News) – January 11, 2008 – Utility and grid computing solutions firm, 3Tera, Inc., has selected product development firm GlobalLogic, Inc., as a software development partner, to add new virtual appliances to the AppLogic catalog.
Peter Harrison, CEO of GlobalLogic, remarked, ”We are happy to partner with 3Tera because they are pioneering a very exciting and fast growing sector that has the potential to greatly benefit many of our current technology clients. Time-to-market is a major concern for Web 2.0 companies and using utility computing to faster deploy and scale online products can deliver many benefits. I see this as a very promising and synergistic relationship with significant opportunities.”
With an eye toward allowing Web 2.0 and SaaS business customers to roll out and easily scale new online services, a team of GlobalLogic’s software engineers in the Ukraine, will become a virtual extension of 3Tera’s integration team.
Bert Armijo, Senior Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Product management at 3Tera noted, ”GlobalLogic’s software development skill set is very compatible with 3Tera’s vision and market goals. The unique knowledge and vast experience in developing online products makes GlobalLogic a perfect fit to understand and deliver on the utility computing requirements our customers have. Partnering with GlobalLogic to gain access to their product development center in Ukraine, combined with our existing teams in Bulgaria, Israel and Northern California extends 3Tera’s already global development strategy.”
GlobalLogic’s 2,200 employees in the U.S., India, Ukraine and China focus solely on software product research and development for technology companies, not IT services. In addition to software development, GlobalLogic services include product testing and quality assurance, product analysis, conceptualization and realization, migration and porting, and product maintenance and support for software products. GlobalLogic’s distributed Agile development method and platform, GlobalLogic Velocity, shrinks the software product development lifecycle and ensures that robust, high-quality product releases are delivered on time.
Product development firm, GlobalLogic, Inc., partners with emerging and established technology companies to help them bring great software products to market in less time and at less cost. GlobalLogic has developed a unique joint-venture model of partnering with technology companies to create a dedicated global delivery center. GlobalLogic endeavors to help companies increase quality while dramatically reducing timelines and operating costs, often by more than 60 percent. Through the GlobalLogic Velocity method and platform, the company distributes Agile methods and open source platforms designed to shorten product development cycles while ensuring that the right features are implemented on time.
GlobalLogic has ongoing partnerships with more than 140 technology firms in markets that include consumer internet, SaaS, VoIP, wireless, telecom, security, payment, business intelligence, embedded and finance. It has completed more than 300 major products in the last 12 months with a better than 95 percent on-time delivery record. Over the last six years, GlobalLogic has helped its clients release over 800 software products. Its clients include innovative technology companies such as Autodesk, Avolent, BroadSoft, Danger, Electronic Arts, GridApp Systems, MobiTV, Motorola, NexTone, Vertica, Qualcomm and Sony Digital. GlobalLogic is an Inc. 500 company, has been ranked as one of the 10 best places to work in India by IDC, and was recently recognized by Deloitte and Touche as the fastest-growing company in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region. GlobalLogic is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia, while its European headquarters are in London, U.K. The company has global delivery centers throughout the U.S., India, Ukraine and China and employs more than 2,200 professionals worldwide.
3Tera, Inc. is a grid and utility computing firm for the deployment and scaling of web applications. Named a 2007 Category Breaker by NetworkWorld magazine, 3Tera’s AppLogic grid operating system enables the first true utility computing services that completely remove the cost and complexity associated with infrastructure. The operating system converts commodity servers into scalable grids on which users can visually operate deploy and scale transactional web applications without any modification of code. Software-as-a-Service providers, Web 2.0 companies, enterprises and open source developers may obtain new online services, to market by utilizing resources from commodity hosting providers on a pay-as-you-go basis, while maintaining complete control of applications including visual operation, scaling and on-demand resource provisioning using only a browser.
For more information about 3Tera, please visit: www.3tera.com.