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2012 CRN Next-Gen 250

CRN's Next-Gen 250 spotlights the solution providers that are positioning themselves for the next wave of technology and business model shifts, including virtualization, cloud computing, data center and mobility. Fifty leading start-up solution providers from the 2012 CRN Next-Gen 250 list.

CRN's annual Next-Gen 250 identifies solution providers that are on the cutting edge of technology and business model shifts, driven by their focus on markets such as virtualization, cloud computing, data center and mobility.


Here is a sampling of the solution providers that made this year's list.



The Next Gen 250 list can be purchased by contacting Laurie Condon (East Coast), or Nora Uriarte (West Coast), or by purchasing the CRN Tech News App for iPad in the App Store.



Allied Technology Group
Little Rock, Ark.
Matthew Humphries, Managing Partner
Brentwood, Tenn.
Chase Wilkinson, President, CEO
Bit-Wizards Custom Software Solutions
Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
Vincent Mayfield, CEO
Boyer Technologies
Terry Boyer, CEO
Breeze IT
Irvine, Calif.
Brandon McKennon, CEO, Co-Founder
C Forward
Covington, Ky.
Brent Cooper, President
C5 Insight
Charlotte, N.C.
Curtis Hughes, Geoff Ables, Managing Partners
Chad Massaker, CEO, President (formerly Sprinet)
Framingham, Mass.
Alexandric Ho, Owner
DevFacto Technologies
Edmonton, Alberta
Chris Izquierdo, CEO
Element Blue
Steven Gerhardt, Managing Partner, CEO
Erlanger, Ky.
Jesse Kegley, Richard Brown, Darron Scanlon, Timothy Witte, Managing Partners
Santa Clara, Calif.
Arun Kanchi, President, CEO
Explore Consulting
Bellevue, Wash.
Steve Jones, CEO, Co-Founder
F1 Computer Solutions
Warrenton, Va.
Mary Lieb, President
Falkor Group
Brent Allen, Ben Wilson, Co-Founders
Flagship Solutions Group
Boca Raton, Fla.
Mark Wyllie, President, CEO
Fuse Networks
Russ Johnson, President
GT Global Services
Unionville, Ontario
Paul Quenneville, President, CEO
Florence, S.C.
Robby Hill, Founder, CEO
Infinity Technology Solutions
Tampa, Fla.
Terry Hedden, CEO
Innovative Integration
Nick Hatch, President
Integracon Technologies
Knoxville, Tenn.
Greg Kill, President
IT Company (The)
Knoxville, Tenn.
Paul Sponcia, Principal, CEO
L3 Networks
Cerritos, Calif.
Kev Toumaian, Steven Griffin, Partners
Managed Solution
San Diego
Sean Ferrel, CEO
Network Doctor
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Paul Hilbert, David Birk,, Rafi Moskowitz, Partners
Network Essentials
Charlotte, N.C.
Kyle Elworthy, Owner
New Signature
Washington, D.C.
Christopher Hertz, CEO
Tucson, Ariz.
Bill Street, Cristiane Street, Partners
New York
John Shaw, President, CEO
Lenexa, Kan.
John Hardwick, President
ONdemand Communications Group
Woburn, Mass.
Deryck Jones, President, CEO
Provo, Utah
Ryan Westwood, President, CEO
Point Alliance
John Zarei, CEO
Sage Technology Group
Bloomington, Minn.
Len Olson, President, CEO
Saratoga Technologies
Johnson City, Tenn.
David Temple, President
Ashburn, Va.
Mark Logalbo, CEO
Scarlett Group (The)
Orange Park, Fla.
Brian Chancey, CEO
Techcess Group
Hugh Sazegar, President, CEO
New York
David Smith, Owner
Think Communications
Victoria, British Columbia
David Saele, President
Third Octet
Vaughan, Ontario
Marc Toste, Matthew Metelsky, Co-Founders
Scottsdale, Ariz.
Simer Mayo, President, Chairman of the Board
Scott Anderson, Owner, CFO
Aaron Nettles, Owner
Williams & Garcia
Juan Garcia, David Williams, Principals
Portland, Maine
Christopher Claudio, CEO
Worksighted Consulting Services
Holland, Mich.
Mat Nguyen, President
Las Vegas
Susie Galyardt, CEO, Founder


Here is a sampling of the solution providers that made this year's list.

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