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Mozy Inks Deal to Bring Cloud-based Backup to China

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header-mozy-logo Mozy, the online backup service from EMC (s emc)-owned Decho, and broadband provider China Telecom (s cha) said today they’ve forged a partnership to bring cloud-based services to China, opening up another revenue stream for China’s largest broadband provider. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

The two will offer a cloud-based online backup service, called eYun, that uses Mozy’s technology to help Chinese web users manage and protect their personal information in case of a computer crash or virus attack. China, with over 330 million users, has the world’s largest Internet market. China Telecom isn’t the first broadband provider to offer online backup services; Verizon (s vz) and Comcast (s cmcsa) released similar offerings earlier this year. But they typically carry a higher price tag than those from pure-play online backup companies like Mozy and Carbonite.

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