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CTERA Networks Powers Deutsche Telekom Cloud Data Services


CTERA Networks and Deutsche Telekom have launched a new cloud-based data backup and cloud storage offering powered by CTERA's enterprise data services platform.

Under the new partnership, Deutsche Telekom will use CTERA's complete range of solutions to provide their customers with cloud-based data services including managed backup, file sync and share, collaboration and managed hybrid storage for ROBO offices.

According to CTERA, localised cloud storage services are rapidly becoming a major market requirement across the world, particularly in Germany where legal compliance and security are top requirements for organisations.

In order to provide their customers with the confidence they need to store their critical information with an external organisation, Deutsche Telekom will also make us of the proven cloud storage platform EMC Atmos and store its data in Germany-based data centres.

Commenting on the partnership, Ingo Marten, vice president marketing grosskunden, marketing geschäftskunden at Deutsche Telekom, suggested that cloud backup growth in Germany was being hindered by many companies being reluctant to take on offshore services.

He continued: “Our Managed Backup to the Cloud offering provides enterprise customers with the best of both worlds: high-quality data protection that is simple for users to adopt and security and data privacy that meets the compliance needs of our Germany enterprise customers.”

According to Deutsche Telekom, the Managed Backup to the Cloud service was the first to go live, offering customers a simple but secure solution for PC and office-server data protection available for public and private cloud models.

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