The emerging cloud environments are well suited for storage and analysis of large datasets, since they can allow on-demand access to resources. However, developing high-performance implementations of data analysis tasks is a challenging problem. In our prior work, we have developed a middleware called FREERIDE (FRamework for Rapid Implementation of Datamining Engines). FREERIDE is based upon the observation that the processing structure of a large number of data mining algorithms involves generalized reductions. FREERIDE offers a high-level interface and implements both distributed memory and shared memory parallelization. In this paper, we consider a challenging new data mining algorithm, information theoretic co-clustering, and parallelize it using the FREERIDE middleware. We show how the main processing loops of row clustering and column clustering of the Co-clustering algorithm can essentially be fit into a generalized reduction structure. We achieve good parallel efficiency, with a speedup of nearly 21 on 32 cores.