Seagate Technology Holdings plc, a world forerunner in mass-information stockpiling foundation arrangements, agreed with Zoom that will before long empower the video conferencing organization’s clients to utilize Seagate Lyve™ Cloud to store meeting accounts.
At the point when Zoom’s clients record their gatherings, they will have the choice to save these media documents on Seagate’s S3 stockpiling as-a-administration (STaaS) stage.
Seagate’s consistently anxious to-cloud mass-stockpiling Lyve Cloud is intended to conquer normal stockpiling difficulties—eccentric expenses and intricacy of putting away, moving, and actuating information at scale.
“Our clients anticipate secure capacity and frictionless sharing of their gathering accounts,” said Velchamy Sankarlingham, leader of item and designing for Zoom. “Given the size of gatherings we empower and the assortment of client needs, we need distributed storage that conveys top tier TCO. We are adding Lyve Cloud support since it conveys those advantages.”
“We made cloud financial matters basic and unsurprising paying little heed to the high volume of gatherings recorded or the occasions saw,” said Seagate’s Ravi Naik, leader VP of capacity administrations and boss data official. “Lyve Cloud charges no API expenses and departure charges, and our consistently on capacity implies Zoom clients can see their accounts when they need to.”
The multiyear bargain among Seagate and Zoom is for a Silicon Valley cloud area, with different choices not too far off.
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