Compuverde Assigned Three US Patents for Enhancements to Software-Defined Storage InfrastructureReliable replication, multiple storage nodes, and quicker retrieval
This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2017.02.01
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Firm's patent family extends across all major global regions, including the U.S., the European Patent Office (EPO), China, Japan and Eurasia.
The current group of patents focuses on:
Reliable replication: The firm has created a distributed storage system that uses multiple storage nodes, which ensures that data is sufficiently spread out to provide efficient and reliable replication of data in case of storage node malfunctions.
Multiple storage nodes: The company has also devised a method for maintaining data in a storage system by using multiple storage nodes to monitor and detect conditions so that replication of data happens quickly, efficiently and in order of priority.
Quicker retrieval: The third patented innovation deals with creating a distributed directory structure for storage. This facilitates quicker data retrieval, no matter where files are in a system.
Stefan Bernbo, CEO and founder, Compuverde, said: "The current data explosion has put a strain on enterprise data centers. Our software-defined storage solutions are based on the principles of performance, redundancy and TCO so that organizations get the storage they need at a price they can afford. As the data landscape continues to grow, we will continue to innovate based on those goals."