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Dell says the IT startups are ‘disruptors’ and could become ‘household names’

Dell has announced its 2016 Founders 50 cohort, a list of global startups that are “disrupting their respective industries” and “poised to be household names in the coming years”.

Members of the Founders 50 cohort receive exclusive access to marketing opportunities funded by Dell, invite-only events and networking opportunities, as well as access to the Dell for Entrepreneur’s network.

money cashpileCohort members are identified by Dell’s global team, recruited to the programme and participate in a year of activities designed to “tell their stories” and promote their companies’ offerings.

Founders 50 members will also be partnered with an internal “champion” at Dell, allowing them custom-fitted technology solutions, access to Dell’s resources, as well as an opportunity to explore new partnerships and access key networking and mentorship opportunities.

The Founders 50 initiative is part of the Dell for Entrepreneurs initiative. The Cohort 2016 includes:

Storage and Networking:

A3Cube

ClearSky Data

Datawise.io

Datera

Exablox

Mangstor

Nexenta

Nutanix

Plexxi

Primary Data

Qowisio

Qumulo

Zadara Storage

Security:

AlienVault

Arkin

BrightPoint Security

Cayuga Networks

Cylance

EastWinds Networks

HTTPCS

Invincea

Lastline

Oxford Solutions

Quiver

Data and Analytics:

Ampool

Exara

Mindseye

Nelis

Network Kinetix

SpendCheq

Systems Imagination Inc

Digital Transaction Management:

DocuSign

Mobility and cloud infrastructure:

AWADAC

Blue Sense Networks

CloudShape

ConnectLoud

Goal Control

JAMF

Joyent

OTG Platforms

SNapKin

Unidesk

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