8 Promising Private Cloud Computing Companies

8 Promising Private Cloud Computing Companies

Promising Cloud Computing Companies

Cloupia was founded by experienced entrepreneurs and funded by Silicon Valley angel investors to create the foundation for next-generation cloud technologies. We are a group of seasoned professionals with complementary IT backgrounds joining forces to help businesses with complex IT needs ranging from small business to large enterprises. Our corporate headquarters is based in Santa Clara, California and development center in Hyderabad, India.

Fusepoint is a privately held company with data centres in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal. Through our proven record of success we have built a loyal customer base and developed solid strategic partnerships with industry leaders such as Bell Canada, Microsoft, SUN, Cisco, Dell, Oracle and HP.

Amplidata was founded by a group of storage veterans, who also helped build the success of DataCenter Technologies (acquired by Veritas in 2005) and Dedigate (acquired by Terremark in 2005). The development team is responsible for patent-pending distributed storage innovations. Amplidata has its operational headquarter in Lochristi, Belgium. R&D are located in Belgium and Egypt, sales and support are represented in a number of countries in Europe and North America.  Also the winner of the “Cloud Computing World Series Awards 2010” for “Best cloud storage solution”

 

WSO2 is an innovative Open Source technology company devoted to building Web services middleware for your SOA. Offering leading products, support and other services, WSO2 was founded in August 2005. WSO2 is a global corporation with offices located in USA, UK and Sri Lanka.

Intalio software can be found everywhere, powering some of the largest companies in the world like Deutsche Bank, Mitsubishi, NTT, and Vodafone, as well as 3 out of the 10 most visited websites, Facebook, Google, and Yahoo! Intalio’s technology was even used to drive NASA’s Mars Exploration Rovers!

VMware Vsphere VMware vSphere, the industry’s most complete and robust virtualization platform, dramatically reduces capital and operating costs and maximizes IT efficiency while giving you agility through automation and the freedom to choose applications, OS and hardware.

LayerBoom (Acquired by Joyent) Builds hardware and software management tools for hosting companies that let them turn their Dedicated Servers into Virtual Private Server Clouds. They are based in Vancouver, Canada.

3X.com 3X Systems was founded in 2006 by entrepreneur Alan Arman with a clear mission stemming from a lack of practical and affordable data backup products in the marketplace. His mission was to create a reliable offsite backup solution that is automated, easy to use and affordable. Today, 3X Systems has hundreds of corporate clients worldwide using the 3X RBA® (Remote Backup Appliance) solution to protect their mission critical data without removable media such as tapes, CDs or DVDs in a fully automated fashion to offsite facilities without giving up access to or control of their data.

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