Zoom Chooses Seagate’s Lyve Cloud as its Storage Solution

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Zoom chooses Seagate’s Lyve Cloud as its storage solution. With the Zoom-Seagate agreement, the clients can soon store recordings of their meetings on Seagate Lyve Cloud.

Lyve Cloud is Seagate’s S3 storage-as-a-service (STaaS) infrastructure.

EVP of Storage Services and Seagate‘s CIO, Ravi Naik stated that the company has made cloud economics simple and predictable no matter the volume of meeting recordings or the viewed times. Lyve Cloud charges no API fees and egress fees, and with their always-on-storage, Zoom users can view their recordings whenever they want.

Lyve Cloud is Seagate’s always-on edge-to-cloud mass storage specifically designed to overwhelm general storage challenges, volatile expenses, and the challenges of storing, shifting, and activating data at scale.

Zoom’s president of product and engineering stated that Velchamy Sankarlingham stated that with Zoom-Seagate acquisition, their clients can await secure storage and seamless sharing of meeting recordings.

He further said, considering the growing and diverse needs of our clients, we have decided to add Lyve Cloud, cloud storage that offers best-in-class TCO.

Seagate Technology

Seagate Technology is an American data storage company incorporated on November 1, 1978, as Shugart Technology. Later the name was changed to Seagate Technology to avoid a lawsuit from Shugart Associates. With over 40 years of expertise in the data storage market, the company is said to have shipped about 3 billion terabytes of data storage.

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