Berkeley Data Systems Unveils Mozy

American Fork-based Berkeley Data Systems has unveiled Mozy, it's online data storage service, as the firm has come out of stealth mode. Mozy provides online backup space and storage for end users, allowing them to store up to 2GB of data for free and allows them to buy additional storage in increments of 5GB. Berkeley's had been in stealth since a funding last year from Wasatch Venture Fund, Tim Draper, and Drew Major. Draper is a VC at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Major was a founder at Novell. More information »