Difference between Wasabi and Wuala
1. 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.
2. Wuala :
Wuala was a file synchronization service, file storage service, file versioning service and backup storage service which was originally provided by Caleido Incorporation but was later owned by Seagate Technology. It was developed by Dominik Grolimund and Luzius Meisserin. It was majorly developed using Java. It offered 5 GB free storage space. It was launched in 2008.
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Difference between Wasabi and Wuala :
|It is owned by Wasabi Technologies Incorporation.||Originally owned by Caleido Incorporation but was later owned by Seagate Technology.|
|It was launched in 2017.||It was launched in 2008.|
|It does not offer free storage space.||It offered 5 GB free storage space but later on it was made only paid-service.|
|It was developed by Wasabi Tech Inc.||It was developed by Dominik Grolimund and Luzius Meisserin.|
|It does not provide additional free storage space for referral.||Initially it had referral system but later on referral service was suspended.|
|Maximum storage size is unlimited here.||Maximum storage size offered was 2 TB here.|
|It does not support file versioning.||It fully supported file versioning.|
|It does not provide ability to trade local disk storage space.||It provided ability to trade local disk storage space against cloud storage.|
|It is still in use.||This service was suspended in 2015.|
|It charges less for paid storage space that means it is less costly.||It used to charge comparatively more for paid storage space that means it was more costly.|