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Adam Internet unveils cloud offering

Adelaide-based internet service provider (ISP) Adam Internet has teamed up with a Dimension Data subsidiary to launch a new business-cloud offering from next year.
Written by Luke Hopewell, Contributor on

Adelaide-based internet service provider (ISP) Adam Internet has teamed up with a Dimension Data subsidiary to launch a new business-cloud offering from next year.

In tandem with Bluefire, Adam Internet will pitch its new cloud service at small and large business customers from early 2012.

Adam Internet's business cloud will offer file hosting, back-up, recovery facilities, hosted desktop, enterprise email, software as a service, web conferencing and business continuity services, according to a statement from the ISP.

While the business-cloud partnership is currently without specific products or prices to announce, executives from both Bluefire and Adam Internet are "excited" to be working together.

"We are excited to be partnering with BlueFire to launch our Adam Business Cloud to the South Australian market," said founder and chief executive of Adam Internet, Greg Hicks.

"By partnering with the experts in business-cloud solutions, we are combining our datacentre and internet-solutions expertise to bring a solid and unique offering to the Adelaide market," he added.

Dimension Data bought into Sydney-based Bluefire two years ago for an undisclosed sum.

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