CCCom server Djelfa died on Sunday in a hospital after a lengthy battle with cancer, according to a statement on the company’s Facebook page.CCCom was founded in 2015 by Swedish-Canadian businessman Jens Nyberg and was set up to help secure the cloud-based CCCAM network.
Its servers are used to distribute cloud-computing software for large companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple.
It has since expanded to offer cloud-software for consumers, but also for small and medium-sized businesses.
The company had more than 200,000 registered users by the end of April.
Jens Nybøl, a founder of CCCOM, has been diagnosed with glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer, in late April.
CCCOM said that in the last two years, the company had been receiving over $600,000 from CAA, a financial advisory and advisory firm.
The company’s founder, Nyberg, had told Reuters that he hoped to complete his life as a “free spirit”, but he also revealed that he had undergone brain surgery, which had been scheduled to end in October.
He said that although he would be able to see doctors once he was well, he was worried about the future.
“I’m feeling very sad right now,” he told Reuters.
“I know I can’t live without this work, I know that I can do it, but I know it can’t be everything I want to do, I’m scared to do it.”
In a statement, CCComm said that Nyberg had recently returned to work after suffering from depression.
“His health has improved and he is now receiving treatment for the brain tumour.
He is now in his final phase of treatment,” it said.CAM, which has since closed, is owned by a consortium of US companies including Microsoft, Amazon, and Cisco.
The group was founded by Nyberg’s son, Sven Nybæk, and his daughter, Anna Nybod.
Nyberg was also a founder and chief executive officer of Amazon, which owns and operates Amazon Web Services.CAA declined to comment.
In 2015, a study by the World Health Organization found that there was a 70 per cent chance of a person developing glioma if they worked in the cloud.