Roskilde, Denmark (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
Fibrenetix has been selected to join the alumni of Europe’s most successful start-ups and participate in the coveted Accelerace (http://www.accelerace.dk) intensive accelerator program. Fibrenetix will be one of only 15 companies to gather in Demark for a 5-month intensive program, which includes, counseling, coaching and consulting with the world’s leading experts in business development.
The 180-hour program provides training from international experts such as Ted Zoller, Ash Maurya and pitch coach Bill Joos among others. Accelerace camps are designed to inspire, build networks and keep the participating startups up-to-date on the latest methods and tools within entrepreneurship and business development.
“While Fibrenetix enjoys a reputation of impeccable quality and unparalleled service, we are always looking for new tools to enhance growth,” said Jes Nagel, CEO of Fibrenetix. “Accelerace has a proven track record of success, and we are all very eager to get started.”
Some of the previous participants include Templafy, Kirkeweb, Abeo, Me-Mover, Confereize, GraduateLand, Queue-it, Penneo, Magick and Coinify. Since 2005, more than 220 startups have gone through the accelerator program, which, in total, has created over 400 jobs and received more than €72 million in funding. 94% of these startups are still thriving.
Leading the world in RAID storage solutions, Fibrenetix recently released an addition to their E8 series, the E8 Plus product, with the latest 16Gbit Fibre Channel host connection. Developed for the demanding Media & Entertainment industry, the new 16Gbit system from Fibrenetix offers market-leading performance for content creation. As the company’s product portfolio expands, Fibrenetix has branched out further into the global market, including Easten Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.
Fibrenetix is a world-class storage solution provider. Over the past 20 years, Fibrenetix has developed a reputation for high-performance, cost-effective RAID storage technology. The company builds state-of-the-art products with storage capacity ranging from 4 Terabytes to 144 Terabytes in a single enclosure and are used around the globe. Learn more at http://www.fibrenetix.com.