|By Marketwired .||
|April 25, 2014 12:00 AM EDT||
TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - April 25, 2014) - Cloud Dynamics, the Toronto-based creator of the most efficient and robust compute power generation engine for the cloud and beyond, has been ranked fourth in the prestigious Branham300's Top 25 Canadian Up and Coming IT companies for 2014.
The Top 25 Up and Coming list represents high-growth Canadian companies that "are on the leading edge and are pushing the limits in existing markets such as healthcare, security and education and paving the way in new areas like big data analytics... and cloud computing," says Branham.
"We are very proud to be ranked so highly among this truly impressive list of companies," says Kumar Ratnam, CEO of Cloud Dynamics. "We have proven that cloud technology can not only reduce operating costs but also increase business efficiencies while providing a secure environment for data stored and for data in transit."
Cloud Dynamics offers an unparalleled level of integration, automation, and operational efficiency in the provisioning of True Cloud services. Our high performance architecture and small footprint CloudDC™ data centers, connected by our exclusive Neuron network, deliver services for the most demanding applications including emerging mobile, video, and Internet of Things. We deliver a carbon-neutral, 100% uptime guaranteed compute power solution that adheres to Canada's strict data privacy laws such as PHIPA and PIPEDA.
The company's recently opened Research and Innovation Center in Burlington, Ontario focuses on the development of Open Compute Project (OCP) based cloud technology products.
For 21 years, the Branham300 has highlighted the top Canadian and Multinational Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies operating in Canada, as ranked by revenues. It illustrates the depth and breadth of innovative technologies developed in Canada and is widely considered to be a leading source of intelligence on Canada's ICT industry.
About Cloud Dynamics
Founded in 2011, Cloud Dynamics is a leader in the most efficient and robust compute engines for the cloud and beyond. Its carbon-neutral and high performance Cloud Data Centers (CloudDC™), connected by its exclusive Neuron network, deliver services for the most demanding applications including emerging mobile, video, and Internet of Things, and comply with Canada's strict data privacy laws such as PHIPA and PIPEDA. For more information, please visit www.CloudDynamics.com, connect via Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
About the Branham300
For 21 years, the Branham300 has highlighted the top Canadian and Multinational ICT companies operating in Canada, as ranked by revenues. It illustrates the depth and breadth of innovative technologies developed in Canada and is widely considered to be a leading source of intelligence on Canada's ICT industry. The Branham300 list consists of the following major categories:
- Top 250 Canadian ICT Companies
- The Next 50 Canadian ICT Companies
- Top 25 ICT Multinational Companies operating in Canada
- Top 25 Up and Comer ICT Companies (category ranked on innovation/not revenue)
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