Zenith Infotech Ltd. has ended per-GB pricing on its cloud storage platform. Instead, the provider now charges its MSP and other partners one monthly price, whether those users are storing 2TB or 225TB.
The change comes as Zenith has launched a new version of its Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) product, BDR-G14. BDR-G14 uses StorageCraft ShadowProtect 5.x to support Windows Server 2012, contains new storage capacities and secures off-site replication with expandable shared storage. Further, BDR-G14 now is provisioned as hybrid model. To that point, the company charges a monthly price on-site devices and a monthly price for the BDR G14 Vault in its data center that replicates up to 25 local appliances.
Offsite storage rates seem low on paper," said Akash Saraf, CEO of Zenith. "But as GBs turn into TBs, the cost snowballs. With stable Vault pricing, our partners can increase their revenues without increasing their expenses."
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