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Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 9

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 9 This is the tenth in a continuing series on startups raising funding.  The series continued…Read the previous post/s Today, there are two startups in focus – Nivio and Clio. Nivio (http://us.nivio.com/) Palo Alto, California-based cloud startup Nivio recently announced the raising of $21 million from Indian consumer

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Cloudability Closes $1.1 Million Investment Round

Cloudability Closes $1.1 Million Investment Round Led by Trinity Ventures and Walden VC, Seed Financing Will Enable Cloudability to Meet a Growing Demand for the Management of Cloud Costs and Services PORTLAND, OR – December 22, 2011 – Cloudability, the easy way to manage and monitor all of your cloud costs in one place, today

Encoding.com Creates Fastest Encoding Service – Integrates with Rackspace and Amazon Cloud Platforms

Encoding.com Creates Fastest Encoding Service – Integrates with Rackspace and Amazon Cloud Platforms SAN FRANCISCO, April 14, 2011 — Encoding.com, the world’s largest video encoding service provider, today announced that it is also the world’s fastest Encoding service, with the addition of its game changing new feature – Instant Encoding™.  With Instant Encoding, the Encoding.com

Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars: GreenQloud

GreenQloud is headquartered in Iceland and takes advantage of the country’s unique location between Europe and North America. The company boasts its product is 100% powered by renewable geothermal and hydropower energy, which is not common among Cloud Computing competitors and other industry sectors. Actually, the company – established in 2010 – offers hosting and

Runa Capital Sets Aside USD 50 Million to Back Cloud Computing and IT Companies

Runa Capital Sets Aside USD 50 Million to Back Cloud Computing and IT Companies Moscow-based venture capital company Runa Capital decided to increase its funding program to USD 50 million aimed at backing technology and Cloud Computing companies in Russia and abroad. The goal of the venture capital fund is to invest in early-stage Russian