Microsoft (News - Alert) Gold Certified Partner and Internet solutions provider Alentus Corporation of Canada signed a partnership deal with NovaStor, a provider of backup software and data protection solutions, for a new cloud backup platform, SecureStor, that can offer 30 times faster data transfers.
"We are pleased to team up with NovaStor to offer SecureStor, our online storage and backup service that ensures safe and reliable data storage and protection for our customers," William King, chief executive officer of Alentus said in a press release.
"Through impressive innovation including the fastest cloud backup platform technology to date, the new solution makes data transfer time during cloud backup 30 times faster than the previous version. We believe SecureStor will further enhance our service offerings to our diverse global customer base," King added.
King also said that the service will be hosted in a separate datacenter from the company’s standard hosting datacenter. King said that nearly 80 customers have already implemented this prior to this public launch.
SecureStor is noted as a business class cloud storage and cloud backup service solution that can offer customers with the facility to protect and restore important cloud-stored data in an efficient and reliable process. Additionally, Alentus said that it will also work with customers for the continuous improvement and update of these services.
Customers can avail SecureStor service for a starting price of $14.95 per month and is said to vary depending on data storage size requirements.
Founded in 1997, Alentus Corporation of Canada has been providing Windows web hosting, SharePoint Hosting, SQL hosting, and Microsoft Exchange hosting services and customized services. Alentus owns and operates out of a state of the art data-center in downtown Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
In a recent release, the company reported increase in net income for the quarter ended 2011, which according to the company is primarily due to decreased interest expense and a onetime gain on settlements.
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Edited by Rich Steeves