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Euroson selects Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage as storage provider for Archive-as-a-Service offering

Euroson America, Inc. http://www.euroson.com, announces the launch of a new Archiving-as-a-Service solution which enables organizations to archive old and inactive data to the cloud at an affordable fixed monthly cost. There are no additional charges or hidden fees to ingest data, browse, copy, or retrieve data from the archive. Read more >>

Wasabi Introduces Media Innovation Cloud Alliance To Deliver Disruptive Best-of-Breed Media Processing Price/Performance for Media & Entertainment

Wasabi, the hot cloud storage company, announces the Media Innovation Cloud Alliance, a coalition of best-of-breed media technology companies integrating across multiple clouds to deliver a price/performance ratio vastly superior to first-generation cloud providers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform. Read more >>

Wasabi Secures $68 Million Funding Round, Bypasses Traditional VC Financing

Wasabi, the hot cloud storage company, today announces the closing of a Series B financing round totaling $68 million. Wasabi refrained from conventional venture capital, preferring instead to raise money from industry veterans and family offices. The investment is a testament to Wasabi’s progress in becoming a leading vendor of cheap, fast, and secure cloud storage. In just over a year, Wasabi has acquired more than 3,000 customers across a wide range of industries. Read more >>

Wasabi Introduces Wasabi Ball Data Transfer Appliance

Wasabi, the hot cloud storage company, today introduced the Wasabi Ball transfer appliance, a simple, portable plug-and-play data transport solution that allows users to transfer large-scale datasets to and from Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage. Wasabi Ball addresses common challenges associated with large-scale data transfers by eliminating the high network costs and long transfer times often associated with moving large data amounts over the internet. Read more >>

BBJ announces 2018 Best Places to Work honorees

The Boston Business Journal today announced its annual Best Places to Work honorees — 80 companies in the Greater Boston area run the gamut of sizes and span a wide range of industries while all share the common goal of creating enjoyable workplaces. Portfolio companies Carbonite, Wasabi and Boston Harbor Angels sponsor, Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP, have all been nominated. Read more >>