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Green Cloud Is A 2017 Red Herring Top 100 Winner

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GREENVILLE, SC (June 19, 2017) – Red Herring’s Top 100, a national award that recognizes the most promising private ventures, selected Green Cloud Technologies (“Green Cloud”) as a Red Herring Top 100 North America winner on June 15 at a special awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

Red Herring’s editorial staff analyzed hundreds of companies and technologies, evaluating them on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, technological innovation and intellectual property, the DNA of the founders, business model, customer footprint and addressable market.

“We are committed to bringing the best and most secure cloud solutions to our customers, and winning the Red Herring Top 100 is validation that we are executing on our goal of transforming the IT channel business,” said Shay Houser, CEO of Green Cloud.

Green Cloud, which competed against thousands of prospective startups and tech firms, offers an innovative portfolio of virtual server, backup, and recovery solutions that define the future of data protection. Founded only six years ago by telecom veterans, Green Cloud helps channel partners bring their customers to the cloud with turn-key, cloud-based infrastructure solutions and world-class data center facilities built on industry-leading platforms such as Cisco, VMware, and Tintri.

The Red Herring Top 100 North America has become not only a springboard for some of tech’s biggest names, but a valued and trusted tool for venture capitalists, experts and analysts predicting trends at the industry’s sharpest edge. For over two decades, Red Herring’s team has seen through the tech sector’s hype to select brands that have become industry benchmarks. Previous Top 100 finalists have included Alibaba, Facebook, Google, Skype, SuperCell, Spotify, Twitter, and YouTube.

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