Pogoplug Jumps into the Personal Cloud

San Francisco-based Cloud Engines, maker of Pogoplug, unveiled its next-generation personal cloud solutions

April 12, 2011

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NEW YORK -- San Francisco-based Cloud Engines™, maker of Pogoplug®, today unveiled its next-generation personal cloud solutions, making cloud storage safe and affordable for everyone. At a showcase in New York the company introduced new software and hardware products that give users instant access to all of their personal content from any connected device, anywhere— without fees or storage limits.

In 2011 smartphones and tablets are poised to outnumber PCs, but the limited storage capacity of these devices prevent users from being able to carry all their content with them. Analysts predict that by 2013 the average household will contain four terabytes of personal content.

"As our digital lives become increasingly mobile, the promise of ubiquitous cloud storage makes it possible to connect to our content on the go," said Daniel Putterman, President and CEO of Cloud Engines. "Current cloud storage offerings allow people to store only a limited amount of their digital content and are encumbered with recurring fees and rigid terms of service. Pogoplug gives consumers the freedom and control to create their own personal cloud, hosted in the safety of their home, without fees or limits."

Cloud Engines Inc.

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