Red Herring announces CASCADIANT as one of Asia’s Top 100 Private Tech Companies
Hong Kong, Asia – Red Herring announced Cascadiant as part of its Asia top 100 award in recognition of the leading private tech companies from across the region.
Red Herring Asia 100 list has become a mark of distinction for identifying promising companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Google, Skype, Baidu, Salesforce.com, YouTube, eBay and many others would change the way we live and work.
Alex Vieux, Chairman of Red Herring explained: “After rigorous contemplation and discussion, we narrowed down our list from well over 500 potential companies to the 100 winners. It was an extremely difficult process.” “Cascadiant’s focus on environmental issues and its success to date in helping companies reduce their carbon foot print was compelling and they should be extremely proud of this achievement, the competition for the Top 100 was fierce.”
“This is a tremendous honor,” stated Marshall Towe, President and CEO of Cascadiant. “Our model is very disruptive to the status quo use of diesel and lead acid products in communication operator’s networks.” “With Cascadiant’s clean, stable and cost effective back-up power solutions in use with operators across the region, we have proven there is no longer any reason for operators to continue damaging the environment with out dated 100 year old technologies.”
Towe added: “I applaud Alex and Red Herring’s editorial staff on recognizing our potential to help change the way operators treat the environment.”
Cascadiant is a venture backed energy and power solutions integrator with offices in Asia, Middle East, and Africa. The firm is focused on lowering their customer’s operating costs while dramatically reducing their emissions and carbon footprint by optimizing all aspects of energy use.
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