‘I can’t believe it’: CCCAM founder gets a $6M raise

CBS News | The Associated Press | CBS News| 2 minutes ago It’s a move that will help CCCam, which makes cloud computing services, get into more countries, and will be a major coup for the company, a former CCCams founder told the AP on Tuesday.

The $6 million payout for Chris Hughes will give him $12 million over the next two years, and his former employers said in a statement the move will give them more freedom to focus on other initiatives, including their new video conferencing platform.

Hughes, who is known as the “C++ creator” for developing CCCamas cloud computing platform, also plans to become a billionaire and will make money from his stake in CCCamm, which provides the cloud infrastructure for the technology, according to the company.

Hughes said in an interview that he is now a major shareholder in Cccam and that he would remain a full partner.

Huges founded CCCAMS in 1999.

The company is now one of the largest cloud computing providers in the world.

CCCamedes was acquired by Microsoft in 2010.CCCams has said in the past that it will be profitable when its technology becomes mainstream.

Its cloud computing product, CCCamiSolutions, was a big hit when it was released last year.

Its business model is based on a subscription model that requires users to pay $20 a month for access to the cloud.

Hughen said the payout will be “very substantial” in the future, and he said he expects it will boost CCCammedes growth.

“We’re going to be a billion-dollar company,” Hughes said.

“I can guarantee you that.

We’ll see it grow.”

The CCCammy founder said that CCCampers revenue will be higher than what was previously realized and that his company will be able to provide more services to its users.

“There’s going to come a point where we’re going be able offer more services,” Hughes told the Associated Press in an email.

“CCCam is going to continue to grow and evolve.

It will be very significant for our growth.

The more we can provide more cloud services, the better off we will be.”

He added that he hopes the payout is part of a larger effort to make CCCamees sustainable, and said that the company will not just be profitable in the long term, but that it should eventually be profitable.

“It’s going for a long time,” Hughes explained.

“This is not just for the long run.”

Hughes said that he thinks the CCCamba company will become a global leader in the cloud, and that Cccams future depends on the continued growth of its cloud computing technology.

“The cloud will continue to change and evolve, and the future of computing will be based on the ability to manage data in a way that makes sense to you and to the business that you are running,” Hughes stated.

“So, it’s really exciting that CCCCams has a shot to continue the great path of cloud computing.”