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Last updated: 31 Jan, 2013  

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SME Times News Bureau | 31 Jan, 2013
NEC India, a leading IT solutions provider and Vaultize, an enterprise cloud backup and sharing solution provider, join hand to enhance cloud offering for enterprise customers, especially for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

In order to further penetrate the domestic market and to offer a bouquet of services to enterprises (SMEs), NEC and Vaultize to jointly go to market with Vaultize's enterprise cloud backup, sharing and mobility platform through NEC's cloud aggregator platform, informed NEC in a press release on Wednesday.

NEC has built a global carrier grade Cloud Aggregation Platform to enable telcos and service providers offer cloud services to SMEs.

Vaultize's file sharing and backup cloud service will integrate into this aggregation platform, thus providing enterprise users with an added service that they need.

NEC has had significant success with its Cloud strategy worldwide. Cloud is a global initiative for NEC, and India is one of the focus countries for NEC's cloud business.

Commenting on the alliance, Angira Agrawal, Associate Vice President, Cloud business, NEC India said, "NEC has built a world class Cloud Aggregation Platform, now deployed at over 25 service providers across 14 countries. We are happy to partner with Vaultize and broaden our cloud offering for the enterprise customers. Companies are now empowered with a broad range of choices, and are able to rapidly choose the best options that meet their business needs. With this alliance, we hope to grow our customer base and empower them with greater choices."

Vaultize's at-source encryption together with de-duplication helps enterprises adopt cloud based backup and file sharing by eliminating concerns about security, data privacy and compliance. The patent-pending technology secures data even before it leaves endpoints.

Anand Kekre, CEO and Co-founder, Vaultize said, "We are pleased to announce this partnership with NEC. Availability of Vaultize on NEC's Cloud Aggregation Platform will give us a good opportunity to serve a wider customer base. Built from the ground up with enterprise level security and control, Vaultize is poised to capitalize on the multi-billion dollar market at the intersection of cloud computing, mobility and consumerization of IT. And, this partnership will be a key driver."

Cloud computing services have seen an unprecedented growth in recent years across industries. To meet this daunting demand and changing market dynamics, NEC offers a host of cloud solutions and has successfully implemented its cloud computing solutions globally, including carrier cloud solutions for Telefonica in Spain, and secured cloud solution for the Ministry of Education in San Juan, Argentina.
 
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