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“Uploadea” a new destination for your data

India’s public cloud market stands at INR 170 billion in FY2020 and is growing at about 30 per cent CAGR to reach INR 630 billion by FY2025, a report by national Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), stated. Further, Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) can account for about 30 per cent share of India’s public cloud market.

Keeping in mind this immense potential in the cloud-based storage segment of the IT sector in Digital India, – a cloud-based data storage facility to keep all documents, music, videos, and photos synchronized, organized, and readily available online, has been launched in India.

As an introductory offer 50 GB free cloud space is being provided by www., with full data security and safety. The subscription offers of www., beyond the initial introductory offer is very economical, as compared to other available cloud-based data storage facilities in the Indian context.

Diaex Technologies Limited is a public limited unlisted company dealing in Information Technology related businesses, it has launched in India. It was registered on 11 October 2018 under the Registrar of Companies (ROC), Kolkata.  It has the current operational office in Siliguri, Darjeeling District, West Bengal. is already successfully operating in the international arena including in the USA, UK and Dubai, amidst tough competition from industry giants like Google Drive, Drop box etc. Having tasted a successful and encouraging market response abroad, entered the Indian Cloud-based storage space and hopes to build a sustainable and long term relationship with Indian Cloud-based storage customers, based on quality service at an affordable price.

As India aims to become a cloud-first nation and with the Government of India’s push for cloud adoption by MSMEs, it will be crucial for SMBs in India to think of themselves as Digital Enterprises and lead the E-revolution for India. is vying for an entry into this Cloud-storage space in India.

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