FOSTER CITY, Calif.—Jan. 22, 2014— Object storage leader Cloudian today announced that Nippon Telegraph and Telephone East Corporation (NTT East) has selected the Cloudian® as its on-premise cloud storage platform for its consumer cloud service “Flet’s Azukeru”.
NTT East provides Flet’s Hikari (meaning “Light”), which is Japan’s leading fiber optic broadband service. “Flet’s Azukeru” is a storage service for Flet’s Hikari subscribers, allowing users to view and share data such as images and videos. Users get between 5GB to 10GB of free storage, depending on their specific service plan. Users can access the service from multiple devices, including PCs, smart phones, and tablets.
Cloudian’s on-premise S3 cloud storage platform has a proven track record in large scale commercial deployments worldwide. Cloudian is particularly suitable for enterprise IT’s needs for on-premise private and hybrid cloud storage. Cloudian allows S3 applications to work inside enterprise firewalls, with full integration with CloudStack and OpenStack compute and management systems.
“ ‘Web-scale IT’ and ‘Cloud-scale IT’ are quickly becoming major trends in Enterprise,” said Michael Tso, Cloudian’s CEO. “Exponential growth in data volumes and limited budgets are increasingly demanding software defined storage solutions like Cloudian.”
Cloudian is a Foster City, Calif.-based software company specializing in cloud storage software. Cloudian® is an on-premise, S3-compatible cloud object storage platform that enables reliable, affordable, and highly scalable storage solutions for service providers and enterprise IT. Cloudian is actively partnering with leading cloud computing environments including Citrix Cloud Platform, Apache CloudStack, and OpenStack, cloud on-ramp providers, and the vast ecosystem of tools and applications that is afforded through true S3 compatibility. Cloudian’s customers include Vodafone, Nextel, NTT, Nifty, and LunaCloud. The company has additional offices inChina and Japan. For more information or to try Cloudian today, please visit Cloudian.com.
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