Crucial Paradigm rebrands with Cloud focus

Introduces new name, logo, and updated website

The top half of Crucial's new website, with the new name and logo on display.

The top half of Crucial's new website, with the new name and logo on display.

Australian Cloud hosting firm, Crucial Paradigm, is ending 2012 with a fresh look, having not only renamed to Crucial Cloud Hosting, but introduced a new logo and an updated website.

According to managing director, Aaron Weller, the change reflects the company’s aim of becoming Australia’s premier Cloud hosting provider.

“Crucial has invested heavily to ensure our infrastructure and service offerings meet the key points o need for Australian businesses,” he said. “Our new pay-as-you-go (PAYG) public Cloud and revamped virtual private server (VPS) offerings are ideal for companies wanting a flexible solution to run their own Cloud-based virtual environment.

Crucial marketing and accounts manager, Hendrik Kruizinga, added that the new branding and web presence are designed to convey the motto, ‘to make the web easy and reliable’. This includes providing a broad range of services, and education on Cloud for those new to the space.

“We want to make it easy for Australian companies to take advantage of the many cost and performance benefits of Cloud computing,” Kruizinga said.

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