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CRN Names Mezeo Software in Top 25 Coolest Emerging Vendors of 2009

Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform secures a spot on CRN’s list of Top Emerging Vendors of 2009

HOUSTON, July 21, 2009 - Mezeo Software Corp. (www.mezeo.com), the leading provider of a deployable platform for cloud storage, has been recognized by CRN as a Top 2009 Emerging Storage Vendor. In addition, Mezeo made CRN's list of the Top 25 Coolest Emerging Vendors of 2009. These companies are selected by CRN from their list of 140 Top Emerging Vendors, based on a combination of innovative products and competitive pricing.

"New and innovative vendor partners are helping to spur profitable ideas that solution providers are using to build revenue and customer loyalty," said Robert C. Demarzo, senior vice president and editorial director. "The CRN Emerging Storage list is where solution providers go to find these promising new vendors."

Mezeo helps channel partners quickly and cost-effectively enter the rapidly growing cloud storage market by deploying their own branded cloud storage solutions powered by the Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform, purpose-built for Service Providers.  

Mezeo's Web Services API based Cloud Storage Platform features secure file storage, advanced file sharing and collaboration, content tagging and true anywhere access from an integrated Windows desktop, rich Web 2.0 browsers and iPhone, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile native client access. Mezeo is easy to deploy, highly scalable and highly secure, with well-designed APIs for platform extensibility.

CRN compiles its lists to help solution providers locate vendors who will help them offer differentiated services to their clients through the use of innovative technology.

"This recognition further validates our strategy of providing Managed Services Providers a fast track to cloud storage with our brandable clients and our easy to deploy, highly scalable and highly secure cloud storage platform," said Steve Lesem, Mezeo President and CEO.

Mezeo was selected from a large list of exceptional candidates.

For information on partnering with Mezeo, please visit http://www.mezeo.com/mezeo-trusted-service-provider-partner-program.

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About Mezeo Software
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Mezeo is the industry's leading provider of a deployable platform for cloud storage that enables IT Hosting providers, Managed Service Providers, SaaS Providers, and converged Telcos to immediately monetize Storage as a Service. Our Cloud Storage Platform Solutions include Cloud Storage with Web services APIs, Access Cloud, SaaS Cloud and Personal Cloud Storage.  These solutions feature secure file storage, advanced file sharing and collaboration, content tagging and true anywhere access from an integrated Windows desktop, rich Web 2.0 browsers and iPhone, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile native client access. Mezeo is easy to deploy, highly scalable and highly secure, with well-designed APIs for platform extensibility. For more information go to www.mezeo.com

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Everything Channel is the one-stop shop for accessing, enabling, managing and accelerating technology sales channels. From branding and recruiting to marketing and sales, Everything Channel offers technology marketers the unmatched breadth and depth of global brands and market intelligence combined with unparalleled audience loyalty and credibility serving all technology sales channels through an extensive database. Everything Channel provides innovative field sales and marketing solutions to arm the sellers of technology with the resources they need to achieve measurable and significant results. 

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