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QTS, Vion Expand Cloud Portfolio with Partnership

partnershipTYSONS CORNER, VA August 26, 2015 — QTS and Vion have launched a joint product that seeks to provide public cloud service for government organizations.

According to Vion, the service is designed to comply with FedRAMP security requirements and target cost, utilization rates and application deployment times.

Tom Frana
Tom Frana

“With this announcement, Vion is expanding our cloud solutions portfolio, and this partnership will give us more flexibility and a broader capability to solve our customers’ business problems, including compliance with federal mandates in the cloud arena, ” Tom Frana, CEO and president of Vion and an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2015, said Tuesday.

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