To say it’s been a busy couple of weeks for Faction, the enterprise-class IaaS cloud provider, would be an understatement. Since the company’s rebrand earlier this year, it has been launching new products and closing significant deals within the cloud marketplace. Along with exciting announcements, Faction has been publishing a blog series that delves into its unique channel partner-centric brand, strategic partnerships, and the flexibility of the company’s business model.
Here is a snapshot of what Luke Norris and the Faction team have been up to:
Faction’s Dynamic Cloud Platform Fuels Altitude Ticket’s High-Volume Concert Sales:
Faction announces its dynamic cloud platform contributed to Altitude Tickets’ extremely high volume of national sales traffic for the Garth Brooks World Tour. The nine show lineup hit record-breaking sales with over 140,000 tickets sold by Altitude online in less than three hours, instantly shattering the previous Denver concert ticket sales record.
Faction Launches Cloud Marketplace Allowing for Turn-key Optimization:
Faction announces the launch of Faction Marketplace, a purchasing platform connecting existing customers and channel partners to cloud service and product suppliers.
Faction Cloud Powers the Chicago-Sun Times:
Faction announces today that its enterprise-class cloud computing service powers the Chicago Sun-Times’ news platform. The high performance cloud solution elevates the Chicago Sun-Times’ content management system, improving the accessibility to their journalists, staff and by addressing the specific requirements for both print and digital environments.