A year and a half after it was acquired by the president of OVHcloud, the group is enjoying a second youth.
The shadow comes out of the shadows. Eighteen months after it was bought by Octave Clappa, president and founder of OVH, at the head of the Paris Commercial Court, the company is back on the scene with a redesigned business model and a suite of new services. While maintaining its loyalty to its founding principle. Shadow developed the concept of a virtual computer: its services turn any computer, tablet, or smartphone… into a powerful machine.
On paper, this principle is as simple as it is innovative, but it has proven costly to implement. To get enough computing capacity to meet the needs of its subscribers, Shadow had to double the servers because they couldn’t be aggregated. Octave Clappa is betting on the synergy between its two companies to achieve the economies of scale necessary for service continuity. To do this, the Shadow servers have been moved to OVHcloud, which makes it possible to turn the fixed costs into…
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