Specialist distributor now offers resellers S3-compatible cloud storage that is up to 80% less expensive than comparable storage solutions

Boston/Wetzlar – 18.08.2020 — /BackupReview.info/ — Today, Distributor EBERTLANG announced that it now offers Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage in the DACH region as part of its portfolio. Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage costs up to 80% less than comparable Amazon S3-compatible cloud storage, without hidden follow-up costs or download fees.

Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage is secured on a DSGVO-compliant data center and can be used for a wide range of company needs including backups, archiving and central data storage. Unlike other S3-compatible cloud storage providers, Wasabi does not charge egress fees, which could otherwise quickly become a cost trap.

Companies using on-premises storage solutions are increasingly waking up to the potential of cloud storage in cutting growing maintenance and hardware costs. Wasabi’s storage offering is designed for enterprise use cases and can be quickly scaled if necessary owing to its simple and transparent licensing model.

Thanks to the S3-compatible interface, connection to existing backup solutions, gateways and other platforms is also easily possible.

Marcus Zeidler, managing director at EBERTLANG, is enthusiastic about the newly won partnership: “Wasabi is a clear pioneer in the storage market. They have recognized that the future of data lies in the cloud and that on-premises storage will in the future no longer be efficiently and economically managed by IT departments and service providers. This is where Wasabi comes in with its transparent licensing, which enables resellers to switch to cloud storage quickly and cost-effectively”.

Zeidler sees clear competitive advantages for specialist resellers: “Data must be backed up for every customer. If I, as an IT service provider, can see at a glance how much it costs me and know that there are no hidden follow-up costs, for example due to higher traffic, I can offer my services to my customers much more easily”. In addition, the Wasabi infrastructure can be easily linked to Altaro VM Backup and BackupAssist backup solutions, which are also part of the EBERTLANG portfolio. “The reseller can use Wasabi not only to complement their own portfolio, but also for their existing and future backup installations and save considerable costs,” Zeidler continued.

Richard Czech, Director EMEA Sales added: “EBERTLANG is one of the leading software distributors in German-speaking Europe and we’re thrilled to be part of their growing portfolio. More data is being produced than ever before, and while companies using on-premises storage struggle with ever increasing maintenance and hardware costs, many migrate to the cloud only to experience sticker shock. Through our partnership with EBERTLANG, resellers in Germany can now easily switch to a secure, fast cloud storage solution with no hidden costs or unexpected download fees, so customers can rest assured they are getting the best deal currently available on the market.”

Interested resellers can find further information at EBERTLANG and can secure a free 30-day trial period: www.ebertlang.com/wasabi

About Wasabi
Wasabi provides simple, predictable and affordable hot cloud storage for businesses all over the world. It enables organizations to store and instantly access an infinite amount of data at 1/5th the price of the competition with no complex tiers or unpredictable egress fees. Trusted by customers worldwide, Wasabi has been recognized as one of technology’s fastest growing and most visionary companies. Created by Carbonite co-founders and cloud storage pioneers David Friend and Jeff Flowers, Wasabi has secured $110 million in funding to date and is a privately held company based in Boston.

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About EBERTLANG
EBERTLANG Distribution GmbH, based in Wetzlar, Germany, has been concentrating on the wholesale of software for professionals since its foundation in 1995 and is today one of the leading value added special distributors in German-speaking Europe. In addition to traditional sales activities and access to more than 18,000 specialized IT experts, EBERTLANG also offers manufacturers support in the market launch of new products, the localization of software and corresponding sales strategies and ensures a constantly growing brand awareness.

The extensive service offer ranges from training for resellers and users to audits and on-site integration, which are also carried out in cooperation with the company’s own channel partners. www.ebertlang.com

PR Contact:
InkHouse for Wasabi
wasabi@inkhouse.com

Source: Wasabi Technologies, Inc.

 

 

 

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