In February 2016, Recovery Point announced INcloud, a new range of DRaaS offering, including performance and managed services. This service enables customers to address and protect their hybrid IT resources. The INcloud DRaaS includes mainframe, AIX, iSeries, and physical and virtual Wintel platforms. Depending on these platforms, clients can choose from three managed services and Tier 2 or Tier 3 performance level options. The company has five regionally-dispersed sites in the US, providing service resilience and depth of resources to customers. It serves customers catering to various verticals, including the federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as, commercial organizations ranging from Fortune 1000 companies to SMEs. In November 2015, Recovery Point expanded its capabilities with the installation of an additional IBM Enterprise Class Mainframes footprint, Enterprise Class Tape Library Systems, and petabyte of high-performance storage, to support its cloud services offerings. This expansion is an effort to support the company’s growth and provide its customers with a full range of DRaaS offerings. In January 2014, Recovery Point announced the addition of IBM enterprise-class mainframe and associated storage to its infrastructure. The company’s main focus was to meet the increasing demand from customers for mainframe-based hot site and cloud-based recovery services in the DRaaS market.