Founded in 2008, Cumulux is a service provider, which along with its complimentary products, enable enterprises strategize, develop and operationalize cloud computing applications. The company also implements Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions based on platforms such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon EC2 and Force.com.
CloudTran provides solutions to run large-scale, business-critical transactional applications in public, private, and hybrid clouds. CloudTran renders it services in a broad range of applications including but not limited to ecommerce, supply chain management, ERP, online gaming, web publishing, mobile payment processing. The company has identified its USP in developing large-scale applications for cloud computing environments, grid computing and handling massive databases.
Natrol, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and marketing of dietary supplements, herbal teas, and sports nutrition products. The company is privately owned and was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Chatsworth, California. In 2007, Natrol, Inc. became wholly owned subsidiary of Plethico Pharmaceuticals Ltd of India.
OpSource provides cloud and managed hosting solutions that enable businesses of all sizes to accelerate growth and scale operations while controlling costs and reducing IT infrastructure support risks. OpSource, Inc. is a privately held company founded in 2002 and headquartered in Santa Clara. OpSource has operations in California, Virginia, UK, Ireland, and India. It has a company size of about 51-200 employees. On June 7, 2011, it announced an alliance with VCE, the Virtual Computer Environment Company, to deliver solutions for service providers that speed time to market for launching public cloud services.
GigaSpaces is a privately held company which was founded in 2000 by Nati Shalom and Yossi Gal-On. It is headquartered in New York and has offices in California, Israel, London and Singapore. GigaSpaces Technologies is a provider of a new generation of application platforms for Java and .Net environments that offers an alternative to traditional application servers. Its flagship product, XAP, is an enterprise-grade application server for deploying and scaling distributed applications under any requirement.
Engine Yard, Inc. a privately-held enterprise which was founded in 2006 by John Dillon and is based in San Francisco, California (USA). Engine Yard provides development and deployment platform for the cloud. With a unique combination of Ruby on Rails expertise, operations automation, open source community involvement, and world-class service, Engine Yard empowers businesses to build and run cloud-based applications. It enables developers to create applications and then deploy them on cloud services such as Amazon.
Neptuny aims to provide solutions for optimizing IT infrastructures and applications through a business oriented approach. Neptuny was founded in September 1980 and had its initial public offering in August 1988. It has its corporate headquarters located in Houston, Texas and International headquarters located in Amsterdam and Singapore.
It has major offices located in Houston and Austin, TX; San Jose, CA; Boston, MA; Amsterdam; Singapore; Tel Aviv, Israel; and Pune, India. It has market coverage in more than 124 countries. With approximately 6,000 employees worldwide it generated revenue of USD 1.91 billion in 2010.
Parallels is a provider of virtualization and automation founded in the year 1999. The company provides its services to consumers, businesses, SaaS vendors, cloud infrastructure and hosting enterprises. It has its offices all over North America, Europe and Asia and has 700 employees all over the world.
Founded in 2007 by Alex Bakman, Vkernel Corporation established itself as a provider of performance and capacity management products for VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualized infrastructures by its virtualized data centers and cloud environments. It is headquaterd in Andover, Massachusetts USA. The Company’s product helps in planning, monitoring and predicting capacity utilization and bottlenecks.
In May 2009, VKernel received USD 7 mn in Series B funding led by Longworth Venture Partners and joined by prior investors Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Polaris Venture Partners.
Cyclics Corp. engages in the development, manufacture, commercialize, and supply of plastics technology in the fields of polymer chemistry and engineering, and mechanical engineering with a recent foray into nanotechnology. Cyclics was formed in 1999, based on patents purchased from GE. The co-founders, Ted Eveleth and John Ciovacco, are no longer with the company.
This is a privately held company. The company has 100 employees globally. Cyclics Corporation is headquartered in Schenectady, NY which handles R&D and manufacturing, with a subsidiary manufacturing plant in Schwarzheide, Germany-Cyclics Europe GmbH. It also has another office in Filderstadt, Germany which handles the European sales and marketing.