(Indianapolis, Indiana – April 23, 2010) - Scale Computing, a developer and manufacturer of Intelligent Clustered Storage™ (ICS) technology, has been awarded the Corporate Value Award from the Indiana Chapter of the Association for Corproate Growth (ACG). The Award was presented to Scale Computng CEO Jeff Ready at the ACG Indiana 2010 Corporate Value Awards Dinner. With these awards, ACG Indiana hopes to set new standards in corporate value and creation by recognizing those entities and service providers who acheive great things for the Indiana economy and community.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Association for Corporate Growth,” said Jeff Ready, CEO of Scale Computing. “The cost of doing business in Indiana was an obvious and appealing reason for us to move our headquaters here. Indiana is very pro-business. The entire Indianapolis community has made us feel like Scale is the home team, offering us continued support. We’re looking forward to helping the State advance in the technology industry.”
Scale’s storage portfolio is based on the company’s Intelligent Clustered Storage (ICS) technology, which enables users to add storage hardware, known as storage nodes, as necessary without suspending services or migrating data. IT managers are able to build out storage clusters, starting with just six terabytes up to the multiple petabyte range on a single file system. As a unified storage platform, Scale’s Starter Cluster line of products provides for simultaneous SAN and NAS services from a single pool of storage, providing enterprise-class, truly clustered and highly scalable storage.
The ACG Indiana Chapter is part of the largest and oldest international network of middle market professionals involved in corporate growth and deal-making. They are dedicated to helping professionals create deals and grow businesses. ACG members are leaders driving much of the strategic corporate growth and mergers and acquisitions in the world today. Their titles - CEO, CFO, senior corporate development officer, equity partner, banker, lawyer, accountant - reflect significant levels of leadership and professional achievement.
ACG supporter Frank Leonard, President of Leonard-McDowell, nominated Scale for the award. "Leonard-McDowell is committed to supporting Indiana-based companies,” said Leonard. “As a reseller of Scale's products, we’ve been able to witness the talent of the Scale team and the tremendous growth and momentum of the company. We are very fortunate to have them as a part of our Indiana business community.”
For more information on Scale Computing, call 877-SCALE-59 or visit http://scalecomputing.com.
To learn more about ACG, go to www.acg.org/indiana.
About Scale Computing
Scale Computing is a developer and manufacturer of complete, end-to-end midmarket clustered storage solutions. Based on Scale’s Intelligent Clustered Storage™ (ICS) technology, Scale’s storage portfolio aims to reduce costs while increasing control, as well as make storage management more convenient for IT administrators. The Starter Cluster line of products provides enterprise-class, truly clustered storage features at a fraction of the price of comparable solutions. IT managers are able to build out storage clusters, starting with just 6 terabytes (raw) up to the multiple petabyte range on a single file system using commodity hardware. One hundred percent channel, Scale’s Generation 3.0 storage solution is scalable, unified and future-proof.
Based in Indianapolis, IN, Scale Computing was named one of Forbes’ Most Promising Companies in 2009. For more information, visit www.scalecomputing.com. Follow Scale management personal blogs and Twitter – Jeff Ready, CEO: @McStartup, www.mcstartup.com; Peter Fuller, VP of Marketing: @pioniq, www.pioniq.com.
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