Spinlet, a provider of innovative, cloud-based music distribution and storage applications is setting up offices in California’s Silicon Valley this month. The company will be moving its senior management team from London and Tampere, Finland to the global high tech hub.
“Spinlet wants to take advantage of the close proximity between the entertainment industry and the Silicon Valley by tapping into the enormous technical talent and creative resources available in the region,” said Spinlet Director, Eric Idiahi.
Idiahi also says the company plans to hire the best smartphone application developers and innovators from Silicon Valley.
The cloud-based company offers a downloadable application that enables users to browse and listen to their favorite music on their mobile phones. Spinlet users can remotely store, manage and listen to music from anywhere using any mobile device. Via the Spinlet Music Cloud portal, users can also create playlists, stream and seamlessly synch music tracks across devices as well as share their favorite titles using social networking sites.
Founded in 2006 by Sami Leino and Ville Leino in Finland, the company recently received a significant funding boost to assist with its goal of global expansion. Further expanding on the company’s strategy, Spinlet’s co-founder and COO Sami Leino added, “We want to end music piracy by giving consumers an easy-to-use interface and economical service.”
Once Spinlet’s is settled in the Silicon Valley offices, the company will begin operations with the development of the next version of their product, which will be launched in the coming months.