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Global Cloud-based Storage Industry

NEW YORK, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Cloud-based Storage Industry
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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Cloud-based Storage in US$ Million by the following Service Type: Basic Services, and Advanced Services. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2009 through 2018. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 102 companies including many key and niche players such as -

Amazon Web Services, Inc.
Apple, Inc.
AT&T Inc.
ADrive LLC
Axcient, Inc.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1
A Prelude II-1
Key Benefits of Cloud Based Storage Driving Adoption II-2
Low Initial Cost & Total Cost of Ownership II-2
Agility Offered by On-Demand Service II-2
Self-Service Provisioning II-3
Pay-per-Use Subscription Based Usage Model II-3
Resource Scalability II-3
Impact of the 2007-2009 Recession in Retrospect II-3
Debt Woes in Europe to Benefit Investments in Cloud Based
Storage in the Short-to-Medium Term II-4
Key Noteworthy Market Trends & Drivers II-5
Cost Benefits Spur Adoption of Cloud Storage Solutions II-5
Growing Demand for Anytime, Anywhere Access to Corporate Data

Fuels Popularity of Cloud Storage II-5
Rapid Proliferation of Smartphones to Benefit Growth II-6
Opportunity Indicator II-7
Table 1: World Shipments of Smartphones in 000 Units:
Breakdown by Operating Systems for the Years 2013 & 2018F
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7
Phasing out of SD Card Support in Smartphones to Fuel Demand
for Consumer Cloud Storage II-8
Rapid Proliferation of HD Content Drives Growth in Consumer
Cloud Storage II-8
Enhanced Content Sharing Experience: A Key Factor Encouraging
Adoption of Consumer Cloud Storage II-9

Enterprise Mobile Cloud Computing & the BYOD Concept Fuels
Demand II-9
Storage as a Service (STaaS) Emerges as a Key Beneficiary of
the Big Data Deluge II-10
Growing Demand for Scalable Storage Performance Fuels Growth
of STaaS II-10
Government Regulations & Mandatory Policies Drive Growth of
Cloud Storage Archiving II-11
SMBs: A Major Customer Cluster for Storage-as-a- Service II-11
Use of Cloud Storage for Business Continuity & Disaster
Recovery Gains Traction II-12
Pre-encryption Boosts Reliability of Cloud Based Storage for
Primary Storage Applications II-13
Adoption of Cloud for Primary Storage Beset With Challenges II-14
Hybrid Approach Accelerates Adoption of the Cloud for Primary
Storage II-15
Cloud Bursting Strategies Benefit Adoption of Hybrid Cloud
Storage II-15
Mobile Network Operators Jump onto the Mobile Consumer Cloud
Storage Bandwagon II-16
Supplemented With Online Playback Services, Cloud Music
Storage Grows in Popularity II-16
Opportunity Indicator II-17
Table 2: World Market for Mobile Cloud Music Services:
Breakdown of Number of Subscribers (in Thousand) by
Geographic Region for Years 2013 & 2018F (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-17
Focus on Green IT Drives Interest in Green Cloud Storage II-18
Chronic Disruptions in HDD Supply Brings Cloud Storage to the

Fore II-18
Comprehensive SLAs Infuse Confidence in Public Cloud Storage
Services II-19
Cloud Insurance: A Risk Mitigation Solution for Cloud Based
Storage Services II-19
Competition II-20
Global Market Outlook II-20

2. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW II-21
Cloud Based Storage II-21
Types of Cloud Based Storage II-21
Public Cloud Based Storage Service (Storage-as-a-Service) II-21
Consumer Cloud Storage II-21
Enterprise Public Cloud Storage II-21
Private Cloud Storage II-21
Hybrid Cloud Storage II-22
Basic Cloud Storage Services II-22
Advanced Cloud Storage Services II-22
Application Use-Cases II-22
Primary Data Storage II-22

Archiving II-22
Copy & Back-up II-23
Synchronization II-23
Data Sharing II-23
Benefits of Cloud Storage II-23
Green Technology II-23
Multi Tenancy II-24
Challenges & Threats to Cloud Based Storage Model II-24
Perceived Loss of Control II-24
Data Privacy & Security Concerns II-24
Issues with Service Availability-Reliability & Cloud Assurance II-24
Service Consistency Issues II-25
Data Access & Interoperability Issues II-25

Legal Jurisdiction Issues II-25
BYOD Trend Exposes the Vulnerabilities of Cloud Based
Storage Services Model II-25
Man-in-the-Middle Attacks II-26
Distributed-Denial-of-Service-Attacks (DDOS) II-26
Faults in the System as Well as Apps Supporting the Cloud
Based Storage System II-26
Internet Connectivity Limitations II-26

3. PRODUCT/SERVICE LAUNCHES II-27
TryStack and Centec Networks Launch OPEN Cloud Solution II-27
TP Vision Introduces Cloud-Based Services for Philips Smart TV
Platform II-27
Colt Introduces Colt Cloud Storage II-27
ProviDyn Introduces ProviDyn Sync II-27
Gladinet Rolls Out Gladinet Cloud Enterprise II-27
Telefónica and CTERA Networks Collaborate to Unveil Disco
Virtual en Red II-27
Barracuda Networks Launches Copy™ Cloud-based File Storage and
Sharing Platform II-27
Logmein Unveils Cubby Cloud-based Storage II-27
Parallels IP Holdings Unveils APS 2.0 and Parallels Cloud Storage II-27
CloudByte Unveils ElastiStor 1.1 Datacenter Storage Solution II-27
SFR Business Unveils SuiteStockage Cloud Service II-27
Seagate Launches Seagate® Terascale™ HDD and Seagate®
Enterprise Performance 10K HDD v7 II-27
Caringo Introduces CloudScaler 2.0 Software II-27
Carbonite Introduces Enhanced Server Backup Solution II-27

Hitachi Data Systems Introduces Improvements to 3 IT
Infrastructure Solutions II-27
CTERA Networks Launches Cloud Storage Platform Version 4.0 II-27
Red Hat Launches Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform and Cloud
Infrastructure II-27
IBM Introduces Big Data and Cloud Upgrades across Systems
Portfolio II-27
Veeam® Launches New Cloud Backup Management Suite™ II-27
AT&T Launches Mobile Workplace II-27
Yandex Unveils New Music Player for Android II-27
TwinStrata Unveils CloudArray® DRaaS II-27
Caringo Announces Support for Citrix CloudPortal™ Business
Manager 2.0 II-27
VMware Launches VMware vCloud® Hybrid Service™ II-27
Zetta.net Introduces Sophisticated Multi-Tenant MSP Management
Console II-27
Zmanda Releases Amanda Enterprise 3.3 and ZRM for MySQL 3.5 II-27
MOOS Project Viewer Team Releases Version 2.9 II-27
Mezeo Extends Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform II-27
Rackspace Introduces OpenCenter™ II-28
Orange Selects CTERA Solution for New Storage Service II-28

Veeam Releases Veeam Backup Cloud Edition II-28
ZETTA.NET Introduces Zetta.net DataProtect II-28
Carbonite Unveils Carbonite Currents II-28
Egnyte Releases EgnytePlus Hybrid Cloud Storage Platform II-28
Verizon Communications Unveils New Cloud-based Storage
Services Portfolio II-28
Toshiba's Digital Products Division Enters Cloud Storage Space
Introduces Canvio® Personal Cloud II-28
Acronis Unveils New Version of True Image 2013 II-28
Nirvanix, and TwinStrata Launch Nirvanix-CloudArray Cloud
Storage Starter Kit II-28
Webair Launches EMC Isilon X-Series II-28
GTS Introduces GTS Backup and GTS Data Storage II-28
SugarSync and Lenovo Introduce Lenovo Cloud Storage II-28
Bitdefender Launches Safebox II-28
Swisscom IT Services to Launch New Line of Cloud-based File
Collaboration and Data Protection Services II-28
SpiderOak to Offer Documentation and Source Code of Nimbus.iO
to Developers II-28
Symantec Launches Symantec Endpoint Protection Small Business
Edition 2013 II-28

Riverbed Unveils Whitewater Model 3010 Appliance II-28
Rackspace Adds Critical Application Services to Open Cloud II-28
SoftLayer Unveils Softlayer Object Storage II-28
Pogo Storage Partners with LSI® and OS NEXUS to Unveil PogoStor™ II-28
STRATO Introduces HiDrive Free II-28
Bezeq and CTERA Collaborate to Launch Bezeq Remote Backup II-28
Eye-Fi to Launch Circ and Circ Plus II-28
TwinStrata Launches Upgraded Version of CloudArray 4.0 II-28
QNAP Introduces TS-x79 Series II-28
Novell Launches Novell Dynamic File Services II-28
RAX to Launch OpenStack-Based Cloud Block Storage II-28
Savvis Rolls out Savvis Symphony CloudStorage Technology II-29
Interush Unveils PHYTTER® DOCK Application II-29
MyCorporation Unveils MyCorpVault II-29
Scenios Rolls out Free Cloud Solution II-29
Maxis Unveils Loker II-29
DRFortress Unveils DRFcloud in Collaboration with Appcore II-29
Debriefing Software Introduces Wizard Storage Portal® II-29
Rackspace Improves Service Portfolio II-29
IBM Launches New Power Systems, Mainframe and Storage
Technologies II-29
EMC Launches EMC® Storage Resource Management II-29
Red Hat to Launch New Portfolio of Open Hybrid Cloud Solutions II-29
Caringo Rolls out Three New Cloud Storage Software Products II-29
SoftLayer Unveils New Private Clouds Solution II-29
Caringo Launches VMS Editions of CAStor® and CFS II-29
Yandex Unveils Beta Edition of Yandex.Disk II-29
CTERA Launches CTERA Mobile for Android and Apple iOS II-29

StorSimple Launches New Solutions for Cloud-Based Enterprise-
Grade Storage Products II-29
TwinStrata Unveils Storage Gateway for Google's Cloud Storage
Clients II-29
Symantec Launches Symantec O3 Cloud Identity and Access
Control, a Powerful Protection Solution for the Cloud II-29
Caringo Unveils the Caringo Object Storage Platform Version 5.5 II-29
TwinStrata Launches TwinStrata CloudArray for HP Cloud Services II-29
FUJIFILM Recording Media and FUJIFILM Medical Systems Enter
into Joint Venture II-29
SolidFire Launches SF6010 II-29
NEC Introduces Cloud-based Storage Solution II-29
Drobo Introduces Drobo-AWS Hybrid Cloud Storage Solution II-29
D-Link Introduces Mydlink Cloud Networking Solution II-29
Amazon Unveils High Storage Instances Family II-29
EMC Expands Atmos® Portfolio with New Cloud Storage Enhancements II-29
HP Adds Enhancements to the HP Cloud Services Collection II-29
Bridgestor Launches Crunch™ Appliance for Deduplication of
Virtual Machine Images to the Cloud or Tape II-29

4. STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS II-30
Citrix Introduces SharePoint Integration and Data Storage
Ability on Azure II-30
TwinStrata Enters into Partnership with Artisan Infrastructure II-30
Mezeo Enters into Partnership with Artisan II-30
Bit9 Enters into Partnership with TwinStrata II-30
HDS to Incorporate New Cisco MDS Storage Switches into its
Information Solutions Product Portfolio II-30
SoftLayer and Basho Enter into Partnership II-30

DocuLynx Enters into Partnership with AvidXchange II-30
V-Rooms and TranslateMedia form Strategic Partnership II-30
GlobeX Data Signs Partnership Agreement with Comcast Business II-30
Data Storage and ABC Services Join to Form Aegis Technologies II-30
Path Solutions Signs Partnership Agreement with GlobeX Data II-30
WD Acquires Arkeia Software II-30
Mega Collaborates with EuroDNS, Instra, and Digiweb Group II-30
Shutterfly Acquires ThisLife II-30
Kingsoft Cloud Group Launches Kingsoft Cloud Platform and
Kingsoft Kuaipan Commercial II-30
NetApp Collaborates with Microsoft II-30
SanDisk Ventures Invests in Panzura for Cloud Storage Solutions II-30
Caringo Signs Licence Agreement with PersonalWeb II-30
ObjectRocket DBaaS Enters Iinto Agreement with 10gen II-30
Colt Technology Collaborates with KVH II-30
eFolder Enters into Partnership with Mezeo II-30
Riverbed Upgrades Whitewater® Cloud Storage Appliances with
Support for Savvis Symphony Cloud Storage II-30
VMware and SAP Sign Collaboration Agreement II-30
Cloudera and VMware Agree to Collaborate II-30
Telefonica to Implement Microsoft Cloud Technologies II-30
CTERA Partners with Bluepoint Solutions II-31
Final Draft Enters into Partnership with Mezeo Software II-31
VMware and Canonical Collaborate to Integrate Vmware
Technologies with OpenStack Clouds II-31
T3Media Signs Agreement with Fishbowl II-31
Nirvanix Offers Cloud Storage Services on Intel AppUP® SMB
Platform II-31

Google Upgrades Cloud Storage Service with Regional Buckets,
Auto-Delete and Quicker Uploads II-31
PCA Selects Zetta.net's Cloud Server Backup and DR to Replace
NetApp Filer Offsite Backup Solution II-31
IWU Deploys TwinStrata CloudArray® Cloud-Integrated Storage
Solutions II-31
Massive Media Deploys Caringo CAStor®-Based Storage
Infrastructure II-31
BridgeSTOR Upgrades CRUNCH™ Virtual Deduplication Appliance
for Microsoft Data Protection Manager II-31
Voonami Selects VMware Network Virtualization II-31
Cyber Networks Selects IBM Flex Systems II-31
MicroStrategy Implements VMware vCloud® Suite II-31
Caringo Unveils Object Storage Suite for Dell Clientele II-31
VCE Enters into Development Partnership with VMware II-31
SurDoc Announces the Launch of TruPrivacy II-31
TwinStrata Announces the Launch of CloudArray Subscription II-31
Tulip Launches End-to-End Managed on-Demand Storage Services
and BaaS Using EMC's Technologies II-31
Nirvanix Selects Violin Memory II-31
Symantec Rolls Out Norton Zone Cloud File Sharing Service
Solution II-31
Pomeroy Purchases BluePoint Data II-31
Pingar Collaborates with Stealth Software II-31
Deutsche Telekom Signs Partnership Agreement with Box II-31
Microsoft Completes Deal to Take Over StorSimple II-31
Inktank Enters into Partnership Deal with Metacloud II-31
NeoNova® Enters Into Agreement with Clarus II-32

SDSC Announces Partnership Deal with DuraSpace II-32
E FUN Enters Into Partnership with CloudLink II-32
Skyscape Inks Contract with EMC for Cloud Storage Delivery
Services II-32
HP and Airtel Sign Deal for Cloud-Based Applications II-32
Doxim Inks Deal with Neocog for Cloud Document Storage II-32
Nirvanix and CyrusOne Partner to Enhance Cloud Storage Service
in Dallas II-32
Gantter Announces Integration with Google Drive II-32
Pacsgear Inks Agreement with Merge Healthcare for
Participating in Open Image Exchange II-32
Redstor Partners with Nexsan for High-Performance Storage
Services II-32
FUJIFILM Medical Systems Forms Joint Venture with FUJIFILM
Recording Media II-32
AuthenTec Takes Over Proxure II-32
Symantec Takes Over LiveOffice II-32
Transcend United Technologies Teams Up with Coraid for
Superior Cloud Storage Solutions II-32
Quadria Partners with CTERA Networks II-32
Nirvanix to Launch Virtual Cloud Storage Service Provider Package II-32
INSIDE Secure Acquires Embedded Security Solutions II-32
Apple Acquires AuthenTec II-32
Carbonite to Takeover Zmanda II-32
Citrix and NetApp Extend Collaboration II-32
CTERA Networks to Collaborate with SYNNEX for Cloud Storage
Services II-32
Logicalis Chooses Nirvanix for Expanding Cloud Solutions

Portfolio II-32
21Vianet Takes Over Fastweb International II-32
Colt Technology Services Takes Over ThinkGrid II-32
Cleversafe and Mezeo Software® Enter into Partnership II-32
Cleversafe and Carahsoft Technology Enter into Partnership II-32
Panzura Expands Public Cloud Storage Services with Support to
HP Cloud Storage Platform II-32
Caringo and Condre Enter into Partnership II-32
Cleversafe Partners with QStar II-33
Panzura Builds Enterprise Cloud Storage Solution II-33
Symantec Collaborates with VMware II-33
Symantec Announces New Integrations with PACM and APS II-33
Lockheed Martin Enters into Technology Alliance with Cleversafe II-33
VMware Enters into Agreement with ThinkCloud II-33
Caringo Integrates CAStor™ with Apache CloudStack 4.0 II-33
Western Digital Selects KeepVault Backup Service of AuthenTec II-33
AllDigital Selects HP StoreAll Storage to Meet Data Growth
Requirements in the Cloud II-33
Carbonite Adds New Functionalities to its Carbonite Business
to Improve Cloud Backup Requirements II-33
RxStrategies Selects TwinStrata CloudArray® Storage Solution
Based on Cloud as Disaster Recovery Strategy II-33
Outsourcing Inc. Implements Private Cloud through Oracle SPARC
SuperCluster T4/4 II-33
ZETTA.NET Deploys WebDAV Protocol for Efficiency II-33
Lighthouse eDiscovery Installs Riverbed Whitewater II-33
O'Neil & Associates Deploys TwinStrata CloudArray® II-33
Russell Lands Selects TwinStrata CloudArray® II-33
Zmanda™ Launches Cloud Backup Integrated with HP Cloud Solutions II-33
Salient Federal Implements TwinStrata Cloud Storage® Gateway II-33

5. FOCUS ON SELECT KEY PLAYERS II-34
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (US) II-34
Apple, Inc. (US) II-34
AT&T Inc (US) II-34
ADrive LLC (US) II-35

Axcient, Inc. (USA) II-35
Bitcasa, Inc. (USA) II-35
Carbonite, Inc. (US) II-35
Cleversafe, Inc. (US) II-36
Dropbox, Inc. (US) II-36
Datapipe, Inc. (US) II-36
EGNYTE, INC. (US) II-36
Google, Inc. (US) II-37
Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. (US) II-37
Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (US) II-37
Internap Network Services Corporation (US) II-38
Intronis, Inc. (USA) II-38
International Business Machines Corporation (US) II-38
Microsoft Corporation (US) II-39
Nasuni Corporation (US) II-39
Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (US) II-39
RISC Group IT Solutions Ltd (UK) II-40
StorSimple, Inc (US) II-40
SoftLayer Technologies, Inc. (US) II-40
SugarSync, Inc. (USA) II-41
Vembu Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (India) II-41
Zetta, Inc. (US) II-41

6. GLOBAL MARKET OUTLOOK II-42
Table 3: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Geographic Region - US,
Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of
World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in

US$ Million for Years 2009 Through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-42

Table 4: World 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin
America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2013 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-43

Table 5: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Basic Cloud Storage Services by Geographic Region - US,
Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of
World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in
US$ Million for Years 2009 Through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-44

Table 6: World 10-Year Perspective for Basic Cloud Storage
Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin
America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2013 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-45

Table 7: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Advanced Cloud Storage Services by Geographic Region - US,
Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of
World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in
US$ Million for Years 2009 Through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-46


Table 8: World 10-Year Perspective for Advanced Cloud Storage
Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin
America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2013 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-47


III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1
A.Market Analysis III-1
Outlook III-1
Basic Cloud Based Storage Services Primed for a Faster Growth III-1
Accelerated Proliferation of Smartphone & Table ts in US
Drives Demand for Cloud Based Storage Services III-1
Strategic Corporate Developments III-2
Product Launches III-3
Key Players III-4
B.Market Analytics III-12
Table 9: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12

Table 10: US 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for

Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13

2. CANADA III-14
A.Market Analysis III-14
Outlook III-14
Strategic Corporate Developments III-14
B.Market Analytics III-15
Table 11: Canadian Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis
for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-15

Table 12: Canadian 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-16

3. JAPAN III-17
A.Market Analysis III-17
Outlook III-17
Increasing Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Deployments Power
Growth for Cloud Based Storage Services in Japan III-17
Product Launch III-17
Strategic Corporate Developments III-17
B.Market Analytics III-18
Table 13: Japanese Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis

for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18

Table 14: Japanese 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19

4. EUROPE III-20
A.Market Analysis III-20
Outlook III-20
Cloud Based Storage Services Emerge as the Key Beneficiary
of HDD Supply Issues in the European Market III-20
Product Launch III-20
B.Market Analytics III-21
Table 15: Europe Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis
for Cloud Based Storage Services by Geographic Region -
France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$
Million for Years 2009 Through 2018 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-21

Table 16: Europe 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Revenues for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and
Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2009, 2013 & 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-22


Table 17: Europe Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis
for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-23

Table 18: Europe 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-24

4a. FRANCE III-25
A.Market Analysis III-25
Outlook III-25
Product Launches III-25
Strategic Corporate Development III-25
B.Market Analytics III-26
Table 19: France Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis
for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-26

Table 20: France 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-27

4b. GERMANY III-28
A.Market Analysis III-28
Outlook III-28
Government Encouragement Boosts Prospects for Wider Adoption III-28
B.Market Analytics III-29
Table 21: Germany Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis

for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-29

Table 22: Germany 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-30

4c. ITALY III-31
A.Market Analysis III-31
Outlook III-31
B.Market Analytics III-31
Table 23: Italy Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-31

Table 24: Italy 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-32

4d. UNITED KINGDOM III-33
A.Market Analysis III-33
Outlook III-33
Product Launches III-33
Strategic Corporate Developments III-33
Risc Group It Solutions Ltd - A Key Player III-33
B.Market Analytics III-34
Table 25: UK Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-34

Table 26: UK 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-35

4e. SPAIN III-36
A.Market Analysis III-36
Outlook III-36
B.Market Analytics III-36
Table 27: Spain Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

Table 28: Spain 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-37

4f. RUSSIA III-38
A.Market Analysis III-38
Outlook III-38
Product Launches III-38
B.Market Analytics III-39
Table 29: Russia Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis

for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39

Table 30: Russia 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-40

4g. REST OF EUROPE III-41
A.Market Analysis III-41
Outlook III-41
B.Market Analytics III-41
Table 31: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current and Future
Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic
Services & Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 32: Rest of Europe 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

5. ASIA-PACIFIC III-43
A.Market Analysis III-43
Outlook III-43
B.Market Analytics III-43
Table 33: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current and Future
Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Geographic
Region - Australia, China, India, South Korea, and Rest of
Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 Through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43

Table 34: Asia-Pacific 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown
of Revenues for Australia, China, India, South Korea, and
Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2009, 2013 & 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-44

Table 35: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current and Future
Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic
Services & Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-45

Table 36: Asia-Pacific 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-46

5a. AUSTRALIA III-47
A.Market Analysis III-47
Outlook III-47
Strategic Corporate Development III-47
B.Market Analytics III-47
Table 37: Australia Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis
for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-47

Table 38: Australia 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-48

5b. CHINA III-49
A.Market Analysis III-49
Outlook III-49
Medium Sized Businesses Leading Customer Clusters for Cloud
Based Storage Services in China III-49
Transportation & Public Sector to Potentially Drive Adoption
in China III-49
Product Launch III-50
Strategic Corporate Developments III-50
B.Market Analytics III-51
Table 39: China Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-51

Table 40: China 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-52

5c. INDIA III-53
A.Market Analysis III-53
Outlook III-53
Product Launch III-53
Strategic Corporate Developments III-53

Vembu technologies pvt. Ltd. - A Key Player III-53
B.Market Analytics III-54
Table 41: India Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-54

Table 42: India 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55

5d. SOUTH KOREA III-56
A.Market Analysis III-56
Outlook III-56
B.Market Analytics III-56
Table 43: South Korea Recent Past, Current and Future
Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic
Services & Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Table 44: South Korea 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57

5e. REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC III-58
A.Market Analysis III-58
Outlook III-58
Product Launches III-58
Strategic Corporate Developments III-58
B.Market Analytics III-59
Table 45: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current and
Future Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type -
Basic Services & Advanced Services Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009
through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59

Table 46: Rest of Asia-Pacific 10-Year Perspective for Cloud
Based Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of
Revenues for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years
2009, 2013 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

6. LATIN AMERICA III-61
A.Market Analysis III-61
Outlook III-61
B.Market Analytics III-61
Table 47: Latin America Recent Past, Current and Future
Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Geographic
Region - Brazil and Rest of Latin America Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million
for Years 2009 Through 2018 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-61

Table 48: Latin America 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based

Storage Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown
of Revenues for Brazil and Rest of Latin America Markets for
Years 2009, 2013 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-62

Table 49: Latin America Recent Past, Current and Future
Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic
Services & Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-63

Table 50: Latin America 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-64

6a. BRAZIL III-65
A.Market Analysis III-65
Outlook III-65
B.Market Analytics III-65
Table 51: Brazil Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis
for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic Services &
Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-65

Table 52: Brazil 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based Storage
Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for
Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-66

6b. REST OF LATIN AMERICA III-67
A.Market Analysis III-67
Outlook III-67
B.Market Analytics III-67
Table 53: Rest of Latin America Recent Past, Current and
Future Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type -
Basic Services & Advanced Services Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009
through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-67

Table 54: Rest of Latin America 10-Year Perspective for
Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown
of Revenues for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years
2009, 2013 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-68

7. REST OF WORLD III-69
A.Market Analysis III-69
Outlook III-69
B.Market Analytics III-69
Table 55: Rest of World Recent Past, Current and Future
Analysis for Cloud Based Storage Services by Type - Basic
Services & Advanced Services Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2009 through
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 56: Rest of World 10-Year Perspective for Cloud Based
Storage Services by Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues
for Basic Services & Advanced Services for Years 2009, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-70


IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 102 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 106)

The United States (71)
Europe (20)
- France (1)
- Germany (2)
- The United Kingdom (9)
- Spain (1)
- Rest of Europe (7)
Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (12)
Africa (1)
Middle East (2)



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