Wasabi is revolutionizing cloud storage for the data era. Trusted by tens of thousands of customers worldwide, Wasabi’s S3-compatible hot cloud storage enables organizations of all sizes to securely store and instantly access a nearly unlimited amount of data at a fraction of the cost of competitive solutions. By increasing performance and eliminating complicated storage tiers and unpredictable fees for egress and API calls, Wasabi simplifies data management decision-making while reducing cost of ownership.Follow and connect with Wasabi on Twitter, LinkedIn, and The Bucket.
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‘A lot of folks don’t like the biggest service providers – AWS, Google, Azure,’ Drew Schlussel says. ‘They have great systems. They do a fantastic job … But the fact of the matter is, they really are catering to the biggest, heaviest and most expensive workloads.’
‘We’re talking about easy, predictable pricing, no extraneous fees. We’re talking about performance that makes sure your data gets in and out without any glitches. And then of course, let’s be sure that your data is protected,’ says Drew Schlussel, Wasabi’s senior director of product marketing.
‘Family offices are evergreen. They can stay in an investment as long as they want. Frequently, VCs have a lot of control terms that they like to try to squeeze in, and family offices generally don't want to end up running the company or owning the company,’ the Wasabi CEO tells CRN.
“You hear all these horror stories about somebody thinking, ‘OK, I can store a petabyte of data in Amazon for $250,000 a year.’ But what they don’t know is how much they’re going to touch that data. Then they discover that, ‘Geesh, my egress and API charges are bigger than my storage costs,” says David Friend, CEO and president of cloud storage startup Wasabi Technologies.