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The Internet service CloudMe wins Red Herring 100 Europe Award 2012

Linkoping, Sweden - April 26th, 2012 - CloudMe.com, one of the worlds leading cloud storage services has been selected a winner and awarded the Red Herring 100 Europe Award. The company was selected by Red Herring as one of the top 100 private companies based in the EMEA-region that play a leading role in innovation and technology.

Past Red Herring Award winners include companies such as Google, Yahoo, Skype, Salesforce.com, and YouTube.

Red Herring's editorial staff evaluated more than 900 private companies through a careful analysis of financial data and subjective criteria, including quality of management, execution of strategy, market potential, and dedication to research and development. Red Herring selected 200 companies out of the 900 as Finalists. At the ceremony held in Amsterdam, 100 of the finalists where elected as winners of the Red Herring 100 Europe Award.

Mathias Ericsson, CEO of CloudMe, said, "Internet is rapidly becoming the reason to use a computer and files are now also following users to the cloud. The upside of having all your files in the cloud is constant access, but also being able to share content on the go. With more and more connected devices – a common meeting point for them becomes necessary – that is what we are offering with our cloud storage. Naturally we are very proud of being selected by Red Herring as a winner, it is important for our team and a confirmation that we are on the right path internationally."

CloudMe focus on media files and a great user experience. This has resulted in a rich web user interface and powerful apps for iPhone and Android. Basic file storage and sync features are also provided similar to well-known competition.

About CloudMe

CloudMe is a company within the innovation company Xcerion's portfolio. The service have close to 600000 users in 170 countries. Previously Xcerion have launched services like a virtual cloud desktop and developed the iCloud.com brand, today used by Apple. CloudMe is a service for storing and sharing digital media content with friends, family and colleagues. The service is available on all leading platforms. With a "freemium" business model, 3 GB is offered for free, but can be upgraded to 25 GB or 100 GB as needed.

Screenshots of CloudMe are available here: http://www.cloudme.com/en/press-kit
Follow CloudMe on Twitter: http://twitter.com/cloudme_com
Get your free CloudMe account here: http://cloudme.com/en/register

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