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29 Aug 2013
Throw Away Your Hard Drives
Tokyo, Japan – 28 August 2013 – /BackupReview.info/ — To fulfill growing worldwide demand for infinite storage across devices, today Bitcasa is officially launching its Infinite Drive in Asia. With localization in Chinese (traditional and simplified), Japanese and Korean, consumers can safely store and instantly access infinite amounts of photos, videos, music or share files without having to worry about capacity constraints. Bitcasa infinite storage is available on Windows, Mac, Android or iOS, Windows RT, and Web browsers on any device.
Tony Gauda, CEO and co-founder of Bitcasa, explained, “Instead of having a hard drive, imagine if you could install software that acts as a virtual hard drive but literally never runs out of space, and you can instantly access and share that content on any device you own. This is Bitcasa.”
By 2016, the average household will increase its digital content from 464 gigabytes to 3.3 terabytes. Bitcasa is solving this capacity challenge with its Infinite Drive, which provides no limits when it comes to keeping your precious content safe and secure, including family photos and videos, work documents or your entire media library—gigabytes no longer matter.
Tony added, “Japan is one of our fastest growing markets. Now with language localization and local caching consumers can enjoy an even better experience.”
Since its US beta launch in 2011, Bitcasa’s global user base has been growing steadily—12 percent of paying users are already based in Japan. To support the Asia market, Bitcasa has also added local caching in Tokyo to ensure fast file upload and streaming performance.
Additionally, Bitcasa recently announced a fresh new design for its iOS and Android application. To check out Bitcasa 2.0 on Android or iOS, see our video demo here.
What makes Bitcasa the first choice for users?
Bitcasa is designed to meet all your future storage needs. The Infinite Drive solves the real-world problems of storage shortage, data loss, and trapped user files:
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