NEW YORK, March 14 – Application service provider Viaken said Wednesday it had agreed to use EMC as its information storage provider as part of an effort to expand the storage facilities for its growing customer base.

As part of the deal, Viaken of Gaithersburg, Md., also expanded its relationship with Internet hosting company Exodus Communications, which will house the increased volumes of data.

In exchange for Viaken’s commitment, EMC and Exodus provided the financing for the deal.

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