G-Core Labs Partners Wasabi Technologies For Cloud Storage And CDN

Wasabi customers can use the company’s cloud storage with G-Core Labs global content delivery network; while G-Core expands the geography of its cloud storage in Europe, North America and Asia by offering Wasabi.

The integrated solution particularly benefits customers with applications that require large file sizes to be transported and stored with high performance such as media and gaming, the release says.

The partnership is claimed to “significantly reduce” costs for customers, while increasing their speed of operations and making it easier for them to scale internationally. It will also provide “fault-tolerant” data warehousing and CDN functionality with Wasabi's 11x9s data durability and G-Core Labs CDN average response time of less than 30 milliseconds.

Dmitry Samoshkin, vp of products at G-Core Labs commented: “By simultaneously providing high-quality cloud storage and accelerating the loading and delivery of multimedia content and business information, G-Core Labs and Wasabi are together offering ground-breaking, integrated solutions. Whether you are a fast-growing online multimedia service provider, a game developer, bank or medical company, your business requires a high-performance content delivery network that makes it easy to scale. This is what this partnership is offering - at market-leading prices.”

“Through this partnership, customers can take advantage of G-Core Labs’ market leading content delivery network services in combination with Wasabi’s hot cloud storage offering” stated David Friend, CEO of Wasabi. “The G-Core Labs CDN is easily accessible for Wasabi customers in Europe, Russia and Asia as it has been integrated through our S3 API. Together, we are enabling customers to get ahead of the competition by cutting storage costs and ensuring faster, more reliable data delivery.”

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