Members

Full Members

  • Abilian logo  Abilian
  • Amarisoft logo  Amarisoft
  • Beremiz logo  Beremiz
  • Bluemind logo  Bluemind
  • Clever Cloud logo  Clever Cloud
  • /e/ Corp logo  E-CORP
  • Innoroute logo  Innoroute
  • Jamespot logo  Jamespot
  • Linbit logo  Linbit
  • Netframe logo  Netframe
  • Nexedi logo  Nexedi
  • Nextcloud logo  Nextcloud
  • Ng-Voice logo  Ng-Voice
  • Nitrokey logo  Nitrokey
  • OpenSVC logo  OpenSVC
  • Patrowl logo  Patrowl
  • Rapid.Space logo  Rapid.Space
  • Rudder logo Rudder
  • Scaleway logo Scaleway
  • SenX logo SenX
  • Signal18 logo Signal18
  • Submer logo Submer
  • Vates logo Vates
  • XWiki logo XWiki

Associated Members

  • Aqua Ray logo Aqua Ray

Partner Organisations

  • CNLL logo CNLL
  • EANGTI logo EANGTI
  • FDL logo FDL
  • OW2 logo OW2

 

Become a Member

Eligibility

To be eligible for membership in the European Cloud Industrial Alliance (EUCLIDIA) companies must meet the following criteria:

Full members:

  • Supplier of hardware or software for cloud infrastructure (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) ;
  • SME
  • Majority owned by European-based shareholders

Full members include cloud service providers ready to licence part or all of their technological assets to selected parties (ex. governments).

Associated members:

  • Relevant Europe-based industry partners (e.g. cloud service providers, suppliers, etc.)

Application

If you are interested in joining EUCLIDIA, please check our eligibility criteria and get in touch with us.

Membership FAQ

What is the benefit of being part of the association?

Through EUCLIDIA, SMEs in the cloud sector will have a voice that will champion innovative companies, and work to improve the conditions in which the members operate in.

How do I become a member?

After checking your eligibility, please contact contact@euclidia.eu for information regarding the application process.

Who can join EUCLIDIA?

SMEs who are suppliers of hardware or software for cloud infrastructure, that are majority owned by European-based shareholders are eligible for full membership. This includes cloud service providers ready to licence part or all of their technological assets to selected parties (ex. governments).

Relevant Europe-based industry partners (e.g. cloud service providers, suppliers, etc.) are eligible for associate membership.

What is the difference between full and associate membership?

Full members become part of EUCLIDIA's board. The board decides on the action plan for the period ahead, provides guidelines and reviews progress made.

Associate members may use their affiliation in public materials and take part and receive updates on the association’s work, progress and objectives.

What are partner organisations?

Partner organisations are non-profit organisations such as foundations or associations that endorse EUCLIDIA. They sometimes provides resources, financing, tax breaks or access to European institutions.

How are the questions that EUCLIDIA drive decided?

The association’s activities are defined and carried out entirely independently by a Board composed of representatives designated by the members’ organizations.