CTERA Networks Named As a Top Ten Israeli Start-Up
New York City and Petach Tikvah, Israel – May 19, 2016 – CTERA Networks today announced that is had been named among the top 10 Best Israeli Start-ups by the prestigious Ayn Rand Annual Atlas Awards. The ten nominees were recognized for their impact on Israel’s economy and tech community and are recognized for innovation and global business execution. CTERA shares this distinction alongside other breakout Israeli success stories, including Outbrain, Taboola, Zerto and more.
The 2016 Atlas Award nominees are selected by a steering committee composed of the primary partner organizations that host this Award, including the Marker – a leading Israeli financial website, Deloitte and the Ayn Rand Institute. The Atlas Award organization is focused on elevating the global visibility of Israel’s vibrant start-up ecosystem and showcasing an economy that is developing future global technology leaders.
For CTERA, the recognition comes at a time of acute global demand for its Enterprise File Services Platform. CTERA’s market traction was recently validated by Deloitte, who named CTERA as one of the fastest growing technology start-ups across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
More information on the Atlas Award can be found here.
More information on CTERA’s Fast50 Deloitte ranking can be found here.
CTERA enables enterprise IT to provide secure file services from any cloud. Trusted by the Fortune 100 and leading service providers, the CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform is a private cloud IT-as-a-Service platform for storing, syncing, sharing, protecting and governing data across endpoints, remote offices and servers. To learn more, visit www.ctera.com.