Joyent, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung, is a provider of modern, open cloud infrastructure as a service. The San Francisco-based company created Triton, a cloud infrastructure solution built with the agility and flexibility to evolve with new architectures and applications while optimizing performance and driving down costs. Large enterprises use Triton to successfully run and scale cloud-based web, mobile and IOT applications at half the costs of other cloud providers.

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