VembuStoreGrid and Hitachi Data Systems are enabling channel partners in Hong Kong to deliver cloud services in an easy-to-use, secure and robust online backup and disaster recovery solution

DALLAS TX, May 29, 2013 — / — Vembu Technologies, a leading provider of backup, disaster recovery, file sharing and collaboration solutions for MSPs and VARs, and Hitachi Data Systems have formed a partnership to enable channel partners in Hong Kong with an enhanced cloud based IT service platform.

“A relationship with Vembu enables our partners in Hong Kong to offer one of the most secure, complete and reliable cloud backup and disaster recovery solutions on the market today,” said Andrew Sampson, vice president of managed and cloud services of Asia Pacific, Hitachi Data Systems. “Vembu’s purpose-built technology makes it possible to offer businesses an affordable and unified backup and disaster recovery solution for both physical and virtual environments.”

StoreGrid’s versatile capabilities to automatically protect data on Windows and Linux environments with complete support for virtualized platforms using VMware, Xen or Hyper-V strengthens its data protection offerings by providing an ideal solution for managed service environments.

“We are elated to partner with Hitachi Data Systems and confident that StoreGrid platform is a perfect fit for their business partners in Hong Kong,” said SrivatsanVenkatesan, Vembu VP of Product Management. “With Vembu’sStoreGrid, partners of Hitachi Data Systems in Hong Kong can now offer all the imperative features in a unified BDR platform so that business customers can ensure 100% uptime for their server and applications.”

About Vembu Technologies
Vembu Technologies is an established leader in providing flexible, reliable, and cost-effective managed cloud based IT solutions, specifically, cloud storage, online backup and cloud content management for small and medium businesses. Vembu’s cloud data protection solution, StoreGrid and cloud content management solution, SyncBlaze together provide an affordable platform for Managed Service Providers, Managed Hosting Providers and Value Added Resellers to boost their customer base and revenues by broadening their managed services offering to their business customers. Since 2004, Vembu’s award winning cloud solutions have delivered tangible value to over 3500 partners worldwide who manage, protect and administer over 50 PB of business critical data.

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Source: Vembu


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