XenStack, a new wholesale, white label cloud platform is launching at CeBIT 2016 – one of the largest B2B events in the digital world held in Hannover between 14 and 18 March. XenStack is hosted by Swiss cloud provider Penta and allows partners to sell custom or pre-made self-serviced cloud IT infrastructure setups, while branding the complete customer experience as if it is their own cloud.
Penta’s XenStack cloud platform comes with comprehensive cloud server auto-provisioning, and automated end-user billing and payment that allows each partner to bundle their cloud server products, set their end-user pricing and build their custom product catalog. Moreover, partners can enhance and tailor a service catalog by including their own value-added cloud hosting services.
“We are launching XenStack with a dozen of partners and are looking to further develop the platform by growing the number of partners and continuously adding new data center regions, with the Middle East scheduled for the coming months,” said Farhad Khalilnia, CEO of Penta. “XenStack provides partners with a unique, pre-built and ready-to-run cloud computing platform they can use as their own. Partners no longer need to worry about costly infrastructure, hardware maintenance or complicated administration and billing, which allows them to concentrate on building the customer base and running their business effectively.
From March 14-8, 2016, XenStack will be located on stand A58, hall 12 in the Deutsche Messe exhibition center in Hannover. “With more than 3,000 exhibitors and 220,000 visitors from over 100 countries, CeBIT is the perfect occasion to present XenStack to an international audience,” added Mr. Khalilnia.
For more information visit www.xenstack.net. Founded in 1996, Penta is a private cloud-based information system management company headquartered in Geneva, with offices in Dubai and Japan.