The most reliable, robust and secure archiving platform. C14 is an easy-to-use data archiving and backup solution that provides long-term storage for all your content.
Incoming operation €0.010 ex. VAT/GB
Incoming operation 0.025€ ex. VAT/GB
Storage per GB /motnh
Incoming Operation **
Low frequency access
€0.002 ex. VAT
€0.010 ex. VAT per GB
Low frenquency access
€0.005 ex. VAT
Low frequency Access
€0,004 ex. VAT
0.025 € ex. VAT per GB
C14 Cold Storage
75 GB Free
then €0.002€ ex. VAT/GB
C14 Classic archiving is an efficient solution that does not require advanced technical skills!
Based on industrial standards, C14 provides a simple interface that does not use a complex object storage service.
Use our control panel or go through the API to archive your data in no time! Create an electronic vault and upload up to 40 TB of archives using FTP, SFTP, Rsync or SCP.
Designed for long-term data archiving and backup, C14 Classic allows large amounts of data to be stored and restored with just a few clicks.
Archive all types of files: videos, backups, disaster recovery plans, documents, logs and more.
C14 classic offers the lowest TCO on the market. You only pay for each GB of storage you use, with a minimum of 1 GB and for archiving / de-archiving operations. No hidden costs the pricing is predictable. Bandwidth and transfer are completely free.
Your data are encrypted using the AES-256, replicated several times and stored in DC4, our anti-atomic databunker located 25 meters underground in the heart of Paris. With no known natural, technological or military dangers, this is the ideal place to host your most sensitive data. Intensive and Standard service levels are also available in our DC2 Datacenter.
First what’s common. The two services of the C14 are hosted in the same extra-secure datacenter – DC4: a databunker located 25 meters underground in Paris.
Then, the main differences:
C14 is a unique, highly secure, long-term archiving service designed by our electronics laboratory.
The TCO of our solution is far more economical than any entry-level HDD on the market or tape storage, with a much higher level of security and reliability.
The “Standard” and “Intensive” service levels guarantee a SLA of 99.999999999%.
The “Enterprise” level offers a SLA of 99.9999999999972%.
Want to recover your data? Your vault is returned intact, including file metadata.
You can store an unlimited amount of data with C14 Classic!
We support an unlimited number of archives. The capacity of each archive can be up to 4 billion files and 40 TB.
Each vault is encrypted, replicated and distributed to a minimum of 10 to 44 independent devices. Our storage algorithm allows corrupted or lost data to be regenerated.
We provide a free temporary space, where you can store your files to be archived.
This space is accessible via Rsync, FTP, SFTP, SCP for 7 days and supports up to 40 TB of storage.
After 7 days (customizable to 5 or 2 days) or once your datas has been copied into your archive, the datas are stored permanently using C14 Classic.
The data are restored in the same way, the archive is restored with the initial datas. We keep all the attributes and permissions of your files (rights, uid, gid, mtime, ctime, atime…).
Standard (infrequent access)
Enterprise (infrequent access)
The datas in your vault are encrypted by default with the AES-256-CBC algorithm.
You are the only one with the symmetrical encryption key, our staff has no access to your data.
An operation is an action between your archive and C14 Classic: Archive, Unarchive, Destroy or Checkout.
The operations are invoiced according to the volume of data to be processed, at the price of €0.01 ex. vat / GB. Incoming and outgoing bandwidth from your archive is free.
There is no operation fee for the “Intensive” service level.
An archiving operation on the C14 Classic is carried out depending on the platform size and the amount of data to be archived. This operation is variable and can take several days.
A de-archiving operation has priority, in 2 hours on average, with a restitution speed of 650Mb / second.