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CloudByte responds to local demand for enterprise storage solutions

17 Jul 15

CloudByte, the enterprise storage provider, has announced a strategic partnership with Achieva in Australia to deliver containerised storage for enterprises and cloud service providers.

The announcement is in response to the huge demand for enterprise edition, secure multi-tenant storage solution with guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS), says CloudByte.

Recently, CloudByte announced business has grown significantly due to increased 12.5 PB plus ElastiStor Community Edition downloads worldwide. In response, the company is speeding up its next phase of growth and forming strategic partnerships in specific locations.

Felix Xavier, CloudByte CEO and founder, says, “During our evolution to become a global brand, we have chosen to work with the best in delivering Enterprise Storage.

“Our partners, in turn, have validated our patented technology and have chosen it as the best fit for their local markets.”

“The future of storage is software-defined. This leads to more flexible and more affordable solutions without being locked-in with one specific hardware vendor,” says Christof Zihlmann, Q-5 AG CEO.

“Achieva Technology (Australia) is thrilled to be in partnership with CloudByte as the new emerging vendor,” says Daryl Sin, Achieva business development manager.

“In today’s storage infrastructure, customers have complex environments from flash/SAS/SATA storage arrays and CloudByte has solved this problem to unlock technology and provide a simple management console to monitor and fine-tune performance on the storage layer," says Sin.

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