CloudByte, a provider of enterprise storage for the virtual environment with a patented software defined storage architecture, has announced six strategic cloud partners across the globe, including NetOne and Computec in Japan, Prixmedia in Korea, Q-5 in Europe, Achieva in Australia and IndiQus in India.
CloudByte has teamed up with these partners to deliver containerized storage for enterprises and cloud hosting service providers. The announcement would be in response to the huge demand for their secured multi-tenant storage solution.
“During our evolution to become a global brand, we have chosen to work with the best in delivering Enterprise Storage,” said Felix Xavier, CEO and Founder of CloudByte. “Our cloud 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,” said Christof Zihlmann, CEO of Q-5 AG. “This leads to more flexible and more affordable solutions without being locked-in with one specific hardware vendor. Swiss customers in any industry are looking at new ways to manage the massive data growth and the same time increasing SLAs requested by the business. We believe that the ElastiStor product from CloudByte. is not just a very powerful solution, but it offers a new level of flexibility and efficiency in the storage space as today’s VMware is offering in the server virtualization space.”
Established in 2011 and managed by technology executives from companies such as NetApp, EMC, LSI, and Novell, CloudByte is headquartered in the Silicon Valley and has a development center in India. CloudByte is venture-backed by Fidelity Worldwide Investment, Nexus Venture Partners, and Kae Capital.