New York-based CTERA has announced a new partnership with Wasabi Technologies to provide integrated file and object data service for mid-sized companies. The new offering combines CTERA’s file system technology with Wasabi’s object storage in service bundles designed for delivery and support by channel partners.
Capabilities include an integrated file and object cloud service in which CTERA’s Global File System creates a single global namespace for all files and delivers infinite cloud storage leveraging a cost-effective object storage repository powered by Wasabi. Edge Filers accelerate file access speeds for remote users, ensure availability even when disconnected from the cloud, and enable users to maintain familiar workflows. The system also supports ransomware protection and disaster recovery as well as automated data discovery and migration from legacy NAS.
“CTERA has been delivering cloud file services for large enterprises for many years,” said Oded Nagel, Chief Strategy Officer of CTERA. “We are excited to partner with Wasabi to deliver our technology to the mid-market, enabling CTERA and Wasabi resellers to leverage our extensive multi-tenant portal capabilities to deliver much-needed managed data services to their customers.”
“Our partnership with CTERA is a great example of how a leading application vendor can leverage Wasabi to create a better-together offer,” said Mark Vella, Vice President, Global Business Development, Wasabi Technologies. “The tightly integrated solution and provisioning experience delivers a user-friendly Cloud File Management and Storage solution for both partners and customers without the complexity or high costs. We are thrilled to be working with CTERA and growing our global presence together.”
Companies of all sizes struggle to close IT gaps as they shift from traditional workplace models to new post-pandemic hybrid environments. Cloud object storage is intended to augment scale and cost-efficiency.