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Eze Castle Integration expands cloud computing services to London

Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of IT services, technology and consulting to hedge funds and investment firms, today announced its Eze Cloud services are now available to London-based companies. Based on customer feedback, Eze Castle launched its cloud computing and hosted applications offerings in London last month and is already supporting six firms on the Eze Cloud.

In addition to the Eze Cloud expansion, Eze Castle is now a certified application hosting partner for Tradar’s Insight, the portfolio and accounting technology solution to the global buy-sell market, and Ledgex Systems, a leading fund of hedge fund portfolio management and monitoring platform. These new alliances give Eze Castle customers the ability to choose cloud and application hosting services that best fit within their global infrastructure, while simplifying their IT management.

Within the highly competitive cloud services market in London, the largest European center for hedge funds, Eze Castle is meeting customer requests for flexible, secure, reliable solutions. Now, London hedge fund managers may take advantage of the wide range of offerings from the Eze Cloud, including:

  • Eze Virtual Office (EVO), a hosted IT solution providing firms with a fully managed infrastructure and key business applications with a flat-fee subscription model;
  • Eze Application Hosting, which provides the underlying environment to deliver complex financial applications via an infrastructure as a service model; and
  • Eze Colocation facilities that are highly redundant, secure and close in proximity to financial hubs.

“Eze Castle remains at the forefront within the highly competitive cloud service and hosted application market by offering its European customers a full-range of front, middle and back-office technology solutions. The launch of Eze Cloud in London demonstrates our commitment to providing London-based hedge fund managers with the services they need, at the level at which they want them,” said Bob Guilbert, managing director of Eze Castle Integration. “We are continuing to add to our extensive portfolio of hosted applications to offer our customers more than 30 leading applications that may be quickly implemented into their IT infrastructure.”

Additional Eze Castle Resources:

  • “Examining Cloud Computing in the Hedge Fund Industry, An eBook”
  • Hedge Fund Technology Blog: http://www.eci.com/blog/

About Eze Castle Integration
Eze Castle Integration is the leading provider of technology, consulting and IT services to the investment industry. The company’s products and services include Technology Consulting, Outsourced IT Support, Project Technology & Management, Professional Services, Managed Services, Telecommunications, Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery, Archiving, Storage, Colocation and Internet Service. Eze Castle Integration is headquartered in Boston and has offices in Chicago, Dallas, Geneva, London, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Singapore and Stamford.

- FG

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