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ComputeNext Cloud Marketplace to Honor Special Olympics

July 28, 2012

ComputeNext, the ℠uber-aggregator´ of public cloud service providers and marketplace for IaaS cloud servers proudly launches a campaign to contribute to the Special Olympics of Washington.

Use coupon code “SOWA” and throughout the duration of the London Olympics 2012, multi-cloud usage on the ComputeNext cloud marketplace will be matched dollar-for-dollar and donated to the Special Olympics of Washington.

Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) July 28, 2012

During the London Olympics 2012, all new and existing users of the ComputeNext cloud service brokerage and marketplace are welcome to participate in a campaign to help contribute to the Special Olympics Washington organization. Use coupon code “SOWA” to join or top up with $50 of access to cloud servers and IaaS from around the world and ComputeNext will opt you in to honor their hometown heroes.

ComputeNext recognizes that “…all eyes are on London for the 2012 Olympics but we would like to recognize that we have some of the strongest Olympians in the world right here in Washington State.” For those who opt in with coupon code “SOWA” ComputeNext will match each and every dollar spent* on multi-cloud usage in their marketplace throughout the Olympics, and donate it to the Washington organization which provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

Using coupon code “SOWA” at ComputeNext new users can get started (or top up an existing account) with $50 in multi-cloud computing which can be used to provision and access cloud servers from cloud providers such as Arsys, GoGrid, HP Cloud, GoGrid and more. Before the London Olympics are over, cloud servers should also be available from GreenQloud, SoftLayer, and Joyent. On average, 3-5 cloud providers are enabled each month to increasingly grow regional coverage.

The Special Olympics of Washington provides children and adults with intellectual disabilities continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. Special Olympics Washington incorporated in 1975 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (federal tax identification # 91-0962383) following several years of program presentation by local community volunteer groups. A board of directors that provides guidance to SOWA staff and volunteers governs the organization.

ComputeNext, who serve to deliver developers, ISVs, and SMB CIOs, choice in cloud service providers and eliminate lock-in, is a Bellevue, WA based technology start-up. With the belief that a handful of IaaS providers cannot satisfy the world´s computing demands, they have built an exchange for IaaS cloud providers worldwide to list and offer cloud computing services. As a cloud service brokerage, they deliver a transparent marketplace experience with patented search and discovery technology to promote efficient computing.

*Terms & Conditions apply and can be found within the coupon section of the account tab on ComputeNext.com. Matched donations are in effect for the duration of the London Olympics 2012, from July 27th to August 13th 2012.

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