Lunacloud selected for GigaOM’s


Organized by GigaOM on the 18th and 19th September in London, Structure: Europe is where Europe’s leading cloud visionaries convene to analyse technology and product needs for cloud services in Europe.

GigaOM’s editorial team hand-picked 10 Startup Zone companies to participate in the LaunchPad, a startup competition on the main Structure:Europe stage where startups will go head to head to compete for a chance to win the judges’ and audience choice awards. They’ll compete live at the event on 18 September at 16:55. Structure:Europe 2013 will be held in London, on the 18th and 19th September 2013.

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Two dozen companies have been selected for the Startup Zone and only 10 will participate in the LaunchPad.

Antonio Miguel Ferreira, Founder & CEO of Lunacloud explains that “GigaOM is a reference in the technology sector. Besides its highly respected technology blog, news, analysis and opinions on startups and emerging technologies, GigaOM also organizes must-attend conferences. We are very proud to have been selected for Structure:Europe 2013 and participate in the LaunchPad. We have an established presence in the UK, France and Portugal. In the couple of months we will open our operation in Russia and soon, outside Europe. While we are still a young startup we are gaining momentum to become the most local
of the global cloud infrastructure service providers.”

About Lunacloud

Founded in 2011 by industry experts Antonio Miguel Ferreira and Charles Nasser, Lunacloud is the latest pay-as-you-go Cloud infrastructure services provider available to tech-savvy SMEs and start-ups as well as individual developers in the Europe. The cloud has fundamentally changed the way we consume compute, store and network resources, and Lunacloud has evolved to meet these demands.

Lunacloud provides Cloud Servers with any choice of RAM from 512 MB to 96 GB, 1 to 8 CPU cores and 10 GB to 2 TB Disk, running Linux or Windows and controlled via the web control panel or the compute API, from 1.5 cents per hour. This level of flexibility allows for 307,200 different server configurations. It also provides Cloud Storage, a virtual unlimited disk for object storage, accessible via a web browser or the S3-compatible API, from 7 cents per month per used GB.

Lunacloud hosts its physical infrastructure in Tier-3 + datacentres, redundantly connected to the Internet, providing a secure and strong footing for customers at all times and is in partnership with Dell who provides the underlying physical servers and storage infrastructure.

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