Varaani Works puts India in the VCloud
Finnish Varaani Works and Indian conglomerate Videocon have joined forces to launch VCloud, a solution to meet the growing need for personal cloud storage in India.
VCloud will be commercially available across India soon. The solution is planned to be officially launched during the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
Varaani Works and Videocon Intelligent Security, which is a part of the Videocon Group, aim to address the needs of enterprise, retail and individual customers, including hospitals, educational institutions and data centres, as well as individuals.
VCloud is based on Varaani Works’ VCH-1 cloud hub. The solution offers data storage, flexibility of local storage, a personal cloud solution, automated encryption, continuous backup, remote access and sharing, and access from any device.
Varaani Works vice president of global sales Tuomas Laine says 2016 was eventful for the company.
“Today, telecom operators are under constant pressure to come up with new services and solutions for their clients,” he notes. “The operators must meet their client’s demands with new services, products and solutions. This is where companies such as Varaani come in.”
The partnership came about with the help of Finpro.
“Sometimes gaining visibility on your own is relatively hard,” says Hanna Marttinen-Deakins, head of industry, ICT and digitalization at Finpro. “For us, it’s delightful to notice that helping Finnish telecom companies to showcase their expertise, yields concrete results in increased international sales.”
Good News from Finland is published by Finnfacts, which is a part of Finpro.