ClearCube Acquires Network Elites, Enters Public Cloud Services Market

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ClearCube Technology, which specializes in virtual desktop products for cloud computing, including rack-mounted workstations, blade PCs and zero clients, today announced that it has acquired privately-held Network Elites, a cloud computing and managed services provider based in Dallas, Texas.

The acquisition accelerates ClearCube’s entry into the public cloud services market and expands on ClearCube’s portfolio of private cloud computing offerings.

Network Elites, founded in 2001, has developed a comprehensive platform for cloud computing service delivery. The company is said to be profitable and that it achieved a 40 percent revenue increase between 1H 2010 and 1H 2011.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

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