PHOENIX, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CX Inc. (which is an iteration of "cloud experience"), a consumer-focused cloud computing company backed by TomorrowVentures (tomorrowvc.com) the personal investment vehicle of Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, and Hanna Capital (www.hannacapitalllc.com), officially announced its entrance into the Cloud Space.
In generic terms, 'The Cloud' refers to the Internet as a whole. In a Cloud Service environment, data is stored and accessed through off-site data centers maintained by a third party. Data is stored securely and becomes accessible through the Internet, independently of the hard drive in a user's "local computer" or other device.
Merrill Lynch predicts that the cloud computing market will reach $160 billion in 2011.
By focusing on cloud storage for consumers in a market dominated by enterprise-oriented giants, CX Inc.'s product, CX is rapidly advancing on competitive territory, garnering more than 15,000 new users weekly. The Company's cloud storage and data file management system provides users with a secure, stable, scalable platform to backup, synchronize, share, and manage documents, photos, music and videos across a number of devices - including desktops, laptops, netbooks, and mobile devices (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, and BlackBerry).
CX is lead by Brad Robertson, CEO, a 20-year veteran of technology startups. The Company is currently in a public beta with their core feature set release. The Company will have a feature-rich platform available in April of 2011. According to Robertson, upcoming product releases will "forge a direct relationship between the power of the Cloud and social networks." He said that the vision is very simple, "We will be your digital command center, through which you can take control of all your files from any 'net' device."
His promise: to deliver the most comprehensive and intuitive cloud management platform "bar none."
Robertson says the social network is currently the center of the digital universe, and has forever changed the basic tenets of interpersonal communication and group social dynamics that have existed since the dawn of time. But, he believes the model is imperfect, mainly because users and files are currently beholden to the "Masters of that Universe."
"At CX we intend to change all that," said Robertson. In his opinion, the future social networks will be designed with a file at the center of the sphere and the user as the "master of their own universe." He says it will be the user that controls and dictates how their files are used and shared, not a "social hub behemoth."
Robertson is confident they will do so "through a simple, intuitive and efficient interface, with the user in total control."
For more information about CX, please visit: www.cx.com or follow them on twitter @cxthecloud or at www.facebook.com/cxthecloud. To schedule an interview, please call or text Tony Felice at 480-567-6890.
CX is a cloud storage and data file management system that provides users with a secure, stable, scalable platform to backup, synchronize, share, and manage their documents, photos and music, videos across all of their devices - which includes desktops, laptops, netbooks, and mobile devices (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, and BlackBerry). The company, with offices in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Palo Alto, Calif. and Buenos Aires, Argentina is backed by Hanna Capital and TomorrowVentures, the investment vehicle of Google CEO Eric Schmidt,. The company left Alpha in early January 2011 and within days was gathering 100 to 200 new users daily and within 30 days began acquiring about 15,000 new users a week.
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