Toshiba Announces Storage Place Solution

10GB at $40/Year

Toshiba's Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., unveiled a storage service, Storage Place, which provides consumers with both cloud and local storage capabilities in a single offering.

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Designed to provide mobile access anytime, anywhere and the ability to share files with any Internet-connected device without requiring data uploads to a cloud environment, it is the a storage service that doesn't rely solely on the cloud to provide file sharing that works across devices.

Store, Share and Access Content Anytime and Anywhere, Across Devices

Offering remote access anytime, anywhere, across devices, including iOS, Android and Windows 8, it enables peer-to-peer file access and supports multiple device installations for remote access. It provides consumers with both cloud and local file storage and sync capabilities, eliminating the need for syncing to the cloud, because consumers' personal computers act as their servers. All users will start with 10GB of free cloud storage.

Digital consumers have content stored across multiple devices and networks, and often have difficulty finding, accessing and sharing files. This eliminates that issue, as consumers are granted control of and access to their digital files and permitted mobile access to their digital world. They are able to stream their music libraries, share photos directly with family and post to their Facebook pages.

Additionally, it permits large file linking and sharing with recipients beyond the network, removing the need for an account to view and download content from other users.

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