June 12, 2012
NEW YORK, June 11 — Panzura, a leading provider of global cloud storage solutions, announced that Ranajit Nevatia, vice president of marketing, will be a featured speaker at the 10th International Cloud Computing Expo, in New York City, June 11-14, 2012. Nevatia's presentation will showcase Panzura's recently updated Global Cloud Storage System, which recently won 'Best of Interop 2012' in the Data Center and Storage category at Interop Las Vegas last month.
The session, "Uniting the Global Enterprise leveraging Cloud Storage for Collaboration and Sharing," will highlight how Panzura and Scality effectively solve key technical challenges of globally distributed enterprises by providing a cloud-integrated, file-based storage system that grants anytime, anywhere access to users regardless of their location and real-time collaboration features, while simultaneously preserving local NAS security, file locking, access control, encryption, and consistency.
The presentation will take place during the conference track: Cloud Storage Virtualization Testing | APIs, Wednesday, June 13 from 8:15 - 9:00 am. Conference attendees can also receive hands-on demonstrations of the company's breakthrough enterprise-class cloud storage solution at the Panzura/Scality Booth, #159.
Additional Presentations and Joint Demonstrations
Panzura will also be participating in the following joint presentations with key alliances:
The Panzura Global Cloud Storage System is also fully integrated with Nirvanix and Google Cloud Storage.
For more information about Panzura Global Cloud Storage System, visit http://www.panzura.com/. To learn more information about Cloud Expo 2012, visit http://cloudexpo2012east.sys-con.com/event/sessions.
Panzura optimizes enterprise data storage management and distribution in the cloud, making cloud storage simple and secure. Panzura's revolutionary global cloud storage solution seamlessly combines the flexibility, performance and productivity benefits of distributed storage with the manageability, security and cost benefits of centralized storage, overcoming fundamental "administrator vs. user" and "budget vs. performance" conflicts. With Panzura, data location no longer affects usage. Panzura: Cloud Storage Made Seamless. For more information, visit www.panzura.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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