“It’s a great endorsement of how our solutions can help companies take full advantage of the public cloud. And we are only just getting started.”
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2015
Bracket Computing, the world’s first cloud virtualization company, has been awarded Barclays “Most Innovative Prospect” award, beating 36 other companies for the honor during Barclays’ second annual Technology Open Innovation Challenge in Silicon Valley (October 2014).
At the event, Bracket Computing, which launched at the end of 2014, was recognized for its software computing architecture that allows enterprises to harness the scale, elasticity and efficiency of the public cloud while maintaining the security, performance and control of a dedicated hardware data center.
The Barclays Innovation Challenge saw a range of innovative solutions being discussed including next-generation payment solutions, cloud bridges, big data performance, cyber security and automation. The goal was to identify start-ups and entrepreneurs who have developed innovative solutions not currently offered from existing organizations, setting a vision for the future that is different from today.
“We are very pleased with this recognition from one of the world’s premier financial organizations known for its cutting-edge use of technology,” said Ambika Gadre, Bracket Computing VP Product and Marketing. “It’s a great endorsement of how our solutions can help companies take full advantage of the public cloud. And we are only just getting started.”
About Bracket Computing
Bracket Computing created the world’s first Cloud Virtualization System with the development of its Computing Cell, with the ultimate goal of delivering enterprise computing that is driven by business needs, not hardware limitations. Today Computing Cells harness the public cloud for the enterprise, combining their scale, elasticity and efficiency with the security, performance and control of a dedicated hardware data center. Bracket Computing is a private company whose investors include venture firms Andreessen Horowitz, Norwest Venture Partners, Sutter Hill Ventures, ARTIS Ventures and Allegis Capital, and strategic corporate investors GE and Qualcomm. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. For more information, visit http://www.brkt.com.