This Korean and Russian startup wants to revolutionize the cloud in developing countries

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Korean and Russian startup Cloudike offers white label B2B cloud solutions targeting developing countries in Eastern Europe and East Asia. They claim that their cloud storage service beats out big names like Dropbox in Korea, with up to 10 times faster data transfers than the competition.

Founded in 2013 by Korean Sun Ung Lee and Russians Max Azarov and Dmitry Malin, the company currently has 50 employees. With the two main offices in Russia, co-founders Azarov and Malin come to the project with backgrounds in Google and local search engine Rambler. The idea to enter the cloud service came about when the trio worked together at LG’s offices in Russia in 2010, where the company had already begun implementing the cloud for their smart devices.

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