Difference between Box and Wasabi

1. Box :
Box is a cloud storage and file hosting service provided by Box Incorporation. It was developed by Aaron Levie and Dylan Smith. It is basically a cloud content management and file sharing service for business. It offers 10 GB storage space. It was launched by Box Incorporation in 2005. It is available for Windows, macOS and other platforms.

2. Wasabi :
Wasabi is a file hosting and cloud storage service which is provided by Wasabi Technologies Incorporation. It is a object storage service. It was launched by Wasabi Technologies Incorporation in 2017. It does not offer free storage space. It offers unlimited maximum storage space for paid. It is also known as Wasabi Hot Storage or Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage.



Difference between Box and Wasabi :

BOX WASABI
It is owned by Box Incorporation. It is owned by Wasabi Technologies Incorporation.
It was launched in 2005. It was launched in 2017.
It was developed by Aaron Levie and Dylan Smith. It was developed by Wasabi Tech Inc.
It offers 10 GB free storage space. It does not offer free storage space.
It provides free as well as paid both type of storage space. It provides only paid storage space.
It provides limited as well as unlimited maximum storage space for paid. It provides unlimited maximum storage space for paid.
It has the maximum storage size of 100 GB for personal accounts and unlimited for business accounts. Maximum storage size is unlimited here.
It supports file versioning in premium accounts only. It does not support file versioning.
It has the developer API. It also has the developer API.
It has traffic or band-width limit of 10 GB per month for free and 2 TB per month for paid. It has no traffic or band-width limit.
Maximum file size is 250 MB for free and 5 GB for paid. Here maximum file size has no restrictions.
It supports remote uploading of 30 MB per file via IFTTT. It does not support remote uploading.

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