Cheshire cloud specialists in deal with Yorkshire rival
The Cheshire cloud computing service provider Thinspace has sold certain assets of its business to Yorkshire firm Propalms.
Thinspace, based at Sci-Tech Daresbury has a strong client base particularly in the public sector. while Propalms specialises in application delivery and virtualisation technology.
Under the terms of the transaction, Propalms will take over all cloud client-related business and assets from Thinspace including products, websites, brand names, customers and all ongoing contracts.
All Thinspace existing and future customers will be supported by Propalms.
Thinspace chief executive Lisa Layzell said: “We are pleased to be joining Propalms, a rising star in the virtualisation world.
“We share the same vision with Propalms and believe simplicity is at the core of our value proposition.
“The enterprise market, dominated by the more established brands, can now expect a refreshing and better alternative in application delivery and virtual desktop provisioning.”
Propalms president Robert Zysblat said: “There are tremendous growth opportunities in our sector.
“The asset acquisition of Thinspace is a strategic step forward for Propalms to expand its cloud centric offerings.”
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