MFX Announces Membership in the Open Data Center Alliance

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Morristown, NJ — August 28, 2013 — MFX is pleased to announce its membership in the Open Data Center Alliance, an organization of leading global IT companies, whose goal is to accelerate the transformation to cloud computing by developing and recommending best practices and standards for IT requirements. This includes technical requirements definitions, usage model roadmaps, and connections to other relevant IT standards. Founded in 2010, the ODCA is quickly becoming a recognized, international source.

“Vetted by the Alliance Steering Committee’s rigorous process, MFX was selected as one of only 38 in their service provider category,” said Raymond A. Roy, CEO of MFX. “We will be involved in defining those standards, committing to them, and delivering solutions based on the usage models. We will contribute our expertise, particularly in the areas of standard units of measure, hybrid cloud integration and migration, security and automation. In this way, we will help provide users a simpler, more secure, and more efficient path to cloud computing.”

For additional information on MFX and its services, please contact Diane Phillips, Director of Marketing at 973-254-5402.

About MFX

Helping you meet your goals and needs is our culture and focus. Founded in 2001 and a wholly owned subsidiary of Fairfax Financial Holdings LTD, MFX combines the deep industry and technology experience of its employees with our culture of agility and business model flexibility to service all of our valued clients.
MFX has two fundamental businesses:

  • MFX is a seasoned provider of customized datacenter and infrastructure services including private cloud offerings, across all industries.
  • MFX provides end-to-end commercial property and casualty insurance application and BPO solutions to the P&C industry.

Headquartered in Morristown, NJ, with additional locations in Toronto, ON, Dallas, TX, Ireland and India, MFX has two world-class datacenters in Ridgefield Park, NJ and Roanoke, VA. A third datacenter, also in Toronto, is focused on MFX cloud offerings.

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