TORONTO, March 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Data Deposit Box Inc. (“Data Deposit Box”) (CSE: DDB, OTCQB: DDBXF, Frankfurt: 2DD today announced it has closed its first sale for its Blockchain Hardened Object Storage with Claranet in Europe.
“We are very pleased to announce our first sale of our blockchain hardened object storage as part of our Cloud Platform 2018. This is a very competitive industry and one of the most critical components at the core is object storage. We are pleased that our platform has been validated by such a large partner in Europe. We will work to introduce our new products into Claranets channel and look forward to growing our partnership” said Tim Jewell, CEO, Data Deposit Box.
ABOUT DATA DEPOSIT BOX:
Providing advanced, cloud-based data back-up since 2002, Data Deposit Box is one of the world’s first and foremost data backup, protection and recovery providers for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), as well as Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs). Data Deposit Box offers full white labeling for larger MSPs. Based in Toronto, Canada, Data Deposit Box is trusted by over 5,000 MSPs, SMBs and personal end-users world-wide to make data back up as simple and smart as possible. Our recently introduced Secure Email Archiving has great potential in the larger Enterprise market as well as in our existing market. Data Deposit Box has refactored components of its existing cloud platform to develop products for the Blockchain industry. iveLink Web, patented web based remote device management software that does not require a Virtual Private Network (VPN), is being released in Q1 of 2018. The applications for this product cross many OEM markets such as Network Attached Storage (NAS), printers, routers, firewalls, etc. Applications also exist for the Internet of Things (IOT) which involves products for the Consumer, Business and Public markets.
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