AUSTIN, TX –  November 2, 2017 — DoubleHorn, cloud solutions provider, and services broker, has been selected as the preferred platform partner by Universal Compute Xchange (UCX).

UCX is the only secondary marketplace for cloud computing resources of its kind. UCX was created to help organizations reduce costs, retain flexibility and streamline the time it takes to get the best price on tailored cloud solutions. Using DoubleHorn, UCX is able to offer a single procurement solution across multiple providers. The partnership also allows customers to have an apples-to-apples comparison across multiple cloud platforms.

Adam Zeck, CEO of UCX, says “Our partnership with DoubleHorn gives our clients access to the biggest brands on the planet at significant discounts.”

By partnering with DoubleHorn, UCX will make Amazon, Google, Azure, Rackspace and IBM cloud solutions available on its platform. Clients will have access to those offerings via DoubleHorn’s proprietary capacity pricing model on UCX. In addition, the partnership will create additional opportunities to better serve customers including options like professional services and migrations.

“Through working with UCX, we’re excited to make the cloud more easily accessible and customize solutions that fit within their budget,” says Tab Schadt, CEO, and Founder of DoubleHorn.

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