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Wasabi Announces Partnership with CloudLand

The Software Distributor will Deliver Cost-Effective Cloud Object Storage to MSPs in Benelux Countries

Boston, MA – March 25, 2020 – Wasabi, the hot cloud storage company, announces a new partnership with software distributor CloudLand to offer cloud storage to Managed Service Providers (MSPs) in the Benelux region. The joint venture allows resellers and service providers to increase their bottom line while providing value for cloud storage customers with disruptively low pricing that is up to 1/5th the price of Amazon S3 and faster than the competition with no fees for egress or API requests.

Wasabi is a fast and affordable cloud object storage solution that integrates seamlessly with Altaro VM Backup. It also offers users a highly cost-effective option for robust multi-tenant cloud backup solutions for Hyper-V and VMware environments. With the combination of Altaro and Wasabi, organizations can significantly reduce their storage costs while enjoying the benefits of solid data protection and business continuity. With Wasabi cloud storage, organizations are no longer faced with the difficult choice of where and how they should store their data. Another distinct advantage for MSPs is the ability to purchase Wasabi Reserved Capacity Storage (RCS) via CloudLand in 1, 3 or 5 year increments and achieve greater discounts based on terms and capacity. All data centers for Wasabi are fully secure and certified for SOC-2, ISO 27001 and PCI-DSS, empowering Wasabi users to have complete control over where their data is stored in centers around the world including one in Science Park Amsterdam.

“Wasabi hot cloud storage is a perfect addition to our portfolio,” said Lex Fabistas, Managing Director at CloudLand. “The easily accessible storage is exactly what our partners and their customers are looking for. The low and even more importantly, predictable costs for Wasabi, make it suitable for every organization, regardless of size or industry. Thanks to the seamless integration between Wasabi and Altaro, CloudLand is the logical choice for every MSP.”

“The new partnership with CloudLand is meaningful for Wasabi due to the unique value they bring to the Managed Service Providers and reseller community,” said Richard Czech, Director of EMEA Sales at Wasabi. “They provide knowledge and experience of the Benelux market and channel along with a loyalty system from MSPs. With this new CloudLand partnership, Wasabi will continue to grow and scale at a rapid rate throughout Europe.”

About Wasabi
Wasabi is the hot cloud storage company delivering disruptive storage technology that is 1/5th the price of Amazon, faster than the competition with no fees for egress or API requests. Unlike first generation cloud vendors, Wasabi is solely focused on providing the world’s best cloud object storage service. Created by Carbonite co-founders and cloud storage pioneers David Friend and Jeff Flowers, Wasabi is on a mission to commoditize the cloud storage industry. Wasabi is a privately held company based in Boston, MA. Follow and connect with Wasabi on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and our blog. Visit Wasabi.com for more information

About CloudLand
As a software distributor, CloudLand offers a platform for resellers and Managed Service Providers in the Benelux. It is the starting point for all requests regarding software solutions, both locally and in the Cloud. Among other things, it focuses on infrastructure, including management, security and back-up. CloudLand has extensive knowledge of software licenses and IT management and offers user-friendly solutions that can run locally and in the Cloud. This helps resellers and service providers to increase their profitability by delivering added value to small, medium-sized and large companies. Visit www.cloudland.store for more information.

Wasabi Contact:
Lindsay Levitts
Kel & Partners
+1.617.519.6551
lindsayl@kelandpartners.com

CloudLand Contact:
Saskia de Ronde
saskia@cloudland.store
+31 (0)85 0670006

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