Reduxio Systems Assigned Patent

Storage system and methods for time continuum data retrieval
By Francis Pelletier on 2017.05.11

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Reduxio Systems Ltd., Petah Tiqwa, Israel, has been assigned a patent (9,633,035) developed by Peleg, Nir, Beer Yaakov, Israel, Strasser, Amnon Arthur, and Sagi, Or, Tel Aviv, Israel, for a "storage system and methods for time continuum data retrieval."

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: "A method and system for storage of a data block for time continuum back-in-time data retrieval. The method comprises receiving a data block from a user node, updating an index stored in a memory respective of a time that the data block was received, wherein the time is a past time for retrieval of the data block, generating a hash number respective of contents of the data block, updating the index with the generated hash number, checking for existence of the generated hash number in a database, upon determination that the generated hash number does not exist in the database saving the data block in a storage device, increasing monotonously a transaction number respective of the generated hash number, and updating the index with the transaction number."

The patent application was filed on January 13, 2014 (14/153,369).