Vaultize was named as one of India's Hottest Startups
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
Vaultize (http://www.vaultize.com), an enterprise-class cloud-based backup, sharing and sync solution, was named as one of the “India’s 20 Hottest Startups of 2012” in Techcircle Fastrack 2012 event organized by VCCircle – country’s leading source of news about the investment ecosystem. The selection was done on the basis of market traction, unique product offering that is disrupting the existing business models and most importantly, the high potential to make it big in the coming years.
"We are privileged to be recognized for our technological innovation and business execution capability. Vaultize is the first backup, sync and sharing solution in the world that is designed from the ground-up for cloud with enterprise-grade security and SLAs. This award reiterates our vision to be a leader in enterprise backup across the world," said Anand Kekre, CEO and Co-founder of Vaultize. “Once considered to be impossible, global de-duplication and encryption together at source is available only in Vaultize - making it the most secure cloud-based backup, sync and sharing solution for enterprises.”
Since the time it was launched at INTEROP Mumbai in September last year, Vaultize has received many awards. In December, it was named as one of the “2011’s Most Promising Technology Startups from India” by the country’s largest startup platform Pluggd.in. Vaultize was also one of the finalists in India’s premier annual startup event UnPluggd.
Vaultize also received top honours as one of the “Best Startups” at PuneConnect 2011 – an event jointly organized by the leading technology and startup communities including SEAP, TiE and PuneTech in October 2011. The leading Business News Channel of India ETNow in its show “Starting Up” endorsed Vaultize as the most exciting startup - "The company that got the most attention and interest of investor community was Vaultize.”
In addition to backup and sync between user devices, Vaultize’s ‘Group Sync’ feature provides Dropbox-like file sharing and synchronization across users with enterprise-grade control and centralized administration.
Vaultize also offers flexible deployment options other than its default Rackspace hosting in the US to its enterprise customers. Enterprises can choose any other public cloud provider and any different geographical location. Additionally they can choose to deploy Vaultize in their own private cloud, data center, in a virtual private cloud or hybrid.
Vaultize pricing is simple and transparent. Businesses are charged flat fee “per GB” computed on the storage consumed in cloud - calculated post de-duplication and compression. And, there is no user, device or feature licensing.
Vaultize (http://www.vaultize.com) is a flagship product from Anoosmar Technologies – a privately held and bootstrapped company with registered office in Pune (India). It is the first backup, sharing and sync solution designed from the ground-up specifically for cloud with enterprise-class SLAs.
The co-founders Anand Kekre (CEO) and Ankur Panchbudhe (CTO) come with technology leadership and executive management experience working previously at IBM, VERITAS, Symantec, Reconnex and McAfee before starting this venture. They together hold 72 US patents.