CX announced the acquisition of FileDen, an innovator in
online file storage and universal file extension linking/sharing solutions,
from myCloud Holdings, a Vancouver based value-added investor.
FileDen technologies allow all file extensions to be
uploaded and shared while providing direct linking. With the addition of
FileDen solutions, CX’s comprehensive platform will further enhance the ability
of all FileDen customers to save their data online and access it anywhere in
the world, from any computer or their iPod, iPad, Droid or Blackberry.
CX currently offers customers 10
gigabytes of storage space and creates a safe, secure and easy way to backup,
sync, share, and access files from any location.
“Looking at a feature to feature comparison of
FileDen and CX offerings, consumers will note that the feature set is
essentially similar but the FileDen user experience and data security will be
significantly enhanced by transitioning to CX,” said Brad Robertson CEO,
Together, CX and FileDen will deliver easy to use and
effective solutions from image hosting to secure online backups without having
those annoying downloads. FileDen even has an MP3 Convertor for music
enthusiasts that want to store their music in the cloud while remaining
independent of e-retailer tied storage solutions.
CX and FileDen will facilitate a seamless transition for
current FileDen users.
“When CX approached us, we knew from their
investment in creating a leading edge cloud platform that they are serious
about establishing a significant market share in the cloud computing space,”
said Mike Lindenau, CEO of myCloud Holdings.
“The investment backing available to CX will allow
us to develop and deploy secure cloud based technologies into a vast array of
new markets; we see CX as a trailblazer for affordable high quality consumer and
small business solutions and this acquisition will merge our efforts proving
potential for exponential growth in the combined user base,” Lindenau
By Telecomlead.com Team