Griffin MAS is accepted into Softlayer’s Startup Incubator Program.
Taipei, Taiwan and Hong Kong - February 12, 2015 - Griffin MAS, an enterprise-grade CDN built on Softlayer infrastructure, has been accepted into Softlayer’s Catalyst Program for startups. The Catalyst Program is a startup incubator providing high value startups with significant credit towards growing their infrastructure, as well as mentoring by industry veterans who innovate the SoftLayer platform.
Griffin MAS is a new CDN combining superior caching technology, scalable caching clusters, web application firewalls, evolving DDoS network security protections, and at the time of writing 22 physical and network points of presence (POPs) around the globe, all backed by Softlayer’s long established, highly reliable infrastructure and network.
As a former startup, Softlayer knows that it takes more than hard work and determination to transform ideas into a business- tangible resources are required to start a company and equip it for success and growth. Softlayer’s Catalyst Program helps startups take their vision from the white board to the world. The program provides free, highly scalable infrastructure, technology guidance and mentoring, business insight, and more to qualifying startups.
For more information about Softlayer’s Catalyst Program visit http://www.softlayer.com/catalyst
For more information about Griffin MAS visit www.griffinmas.com.
SoftLayer provides global cloud infrastructure built at Internet scale. Our full-featured API and sophisticated automation tools let you control a powerful, on-demand platform that seamlessly spans physical and virtual devices. We have data centers and network Points-of-Presence in the United States, Asia, and Europe, all connected by an advanced worldwide network that delivers unparalleled performance and control.
Griffin MAS is an exceptionally fast, secure, and cost-effective CDN designed and managed specifically for the needs of enterprise customers. MAS is powered by Softlayer’s reliable infrastructure, with its expansive and growing list of data centers around the globe.