LAKE Solutions Puts Trust in Scality as a Service Offering for New Cloud Backup

prnewswire | September 24, 2020

LAKE Solutions Puts Trust in Scality as a Service Offering for New Cloud Backup
Scality today announced that LAKE Solutions, a leading cloud service provider in Switzerland, has deployed Scality RING to power a new backup-as-a-service offering, providing its customers with a reliable and secure infrastructure with cloud-like economics. LAKE can now assure customers that their data is both available and compliant with local data protection regulations. LAKE deployed one Scality RING storage cloud built on Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Apollo 4000 Systems delivered with the HPE GreenLake as-a-service consumption model. Thanks to this flexible storage platform and consumption-based pricing model, the company upgraded its backup offering with the long-term objective of expanding service offerings to customers.

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