bodHOST, a large global cloud hosting solutions provider offering a wide range of hosting solutions, has chosen Olympus.io as its file sharing partner. The partnership will allow bodHOST to deliver both public and managed private cloud file sharing to its customers.
“bodHOST selected Olympus.io to offer our enterprise customers a file sharing solution that goes beyond public cloud offerings,” said Probal DasGupta, CEO of BodHOST. “Olympus.io offers detailed customization features that leverage the unique features of our cloud and give customers the ability to deploy in a private, hybrid or public implementation. It is the best of both worlds to combine the ease of a consumer offering but with the data protection of a private cloud.”
Additionally, customers will have the opportunity to brand and resell the file sharing service as they wish. The flexibility of the platform would allow customers to implement their own private cloud within the data center of their choice, either locally on premises or in any cloud combination.
“We are extremely proud to announce a highly demanded file sharing offering with bodHOST, a leading service provider to corporate customers throughout the world,” said Victoria Coniglio McKinney, CEO of Olympus.io. “This new file sharing service will combine bodHOST’s unique features for granular control of cloud resources with file sharing flexibility- a solution that has been unavailable in the market. CIOs can save significant costs with bodHOST’s cloud resource management console and employees can enjoy the ease of use of consumer file sharing.”
United Nations (UNESCO)
BodHOST, with cloud hosting companies in the United States, the United Kingdom and India, serves over 35,000 customers and employs more than 300 employees in 10 geographical locations. Representative customers include the United Nations (UNESCO), Los Alamos National Laboratory (U.S. government), Honeywell Corporation, Warner Brothers, U.K. Transport Department (U.K. government), Oxford City Council, Commonwealth Games (India 2010), the Ministry of Foreign Trade (Dubai, UAE), and other high profile organizations.
Operating out of New Jersey, with data centers in Chicago and Montreal, bodHOST is focused on cloud computing, while continuing to address the dedicated server and web hosting markets as well. Located just 25 miles south of Manhattan, and in the heart of the USA’s pharmaceutical & biotech corridor, bodHOST also offers SAP hosting to Corporate America, and is in the process of getting SAP certified as a provider of hosted SAP solutions.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, CA, and with offices in Austin, TX and India, Olympus.io develops modular file sharing software that can be “rapidly” deployed either as SaaS or on premise solution.