FOSTER CITY, Calif., July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cloudian, Inc., the leading provider of hybrid cloud smart data storage solutions, has been chosen to showcase its innovative technologies at the fifth annual Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards on July 9-10, 2015 at Stanford University.
"We are delighted to demonstrate our HyperStore hybrid cloud storage solution for smart data applications at the Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards Innovation Showcase," said Michael Tso, co-founder and CEO at Cloudian, Inc. "Since Cloudian's inception, we've seen the explosion of Hybrid IT, an approach to enterprise computing in which an organization provides and manages some IT resources in-house but uses cloud-based services for others. We are seeing increased demand for a reliable, affordable, and scalable hybrid cloud model in the U.S., Japan and European markets. We expect the business paradigm shift to Hybrid IT to continue as the enterprise combines internal and public cloud models, in support of positive business outcomes."
The Innovation Showcase will feature five exceptional companies, all with origins in Japan, which develop highly innovative technologies that are revolutionizing business. As an Innovation Showcase company, Cloudian was selected because of its outstanding promise and international market growth in enterprise-grade, hybrid cloud storage for smart data. Tso will detail Cloudian's storage in a panel discussion.
Cloudian is a Silicon Valley-based software company specializing in enterprise-grade storage. Our flagship product, Cloudian HyperStore®, is an S3-compatible, smart data storage platform that enables service providers and enterprises to build reliable, affordable and scalable hybrid cloud storage solutions. For more information, or to try Cloudian HyperStore today, visit www.cloudian.com.
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