Pavilion Data Systems Assigned Three US Patents
Writable clones with minimal overhead, streams across multiple controllers to improve SSD performance, recovery mechanism for low latency metadata logThis is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on April 1, 2019 at 2:18 pm
Pavilion Data Systems, Inc. announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued three additional patents – US10235098, US10216423, US10191812 – for the company’s NVMe-oF storage platform, bringing the total of current patents to 13.
These patents cover writable clones with minimal overhead, streams across multiple controllers to improve solid state drive performance and recovery mechanism for low latency metadata log.
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“NVMe and NVMe-oF present an opportunity to redefine the storage array,” said V. R. Satish, CTO, Pavilion Data. “Customers worldwide are rapidly deploying our systems to take advantage of the latest NVMe-based technology for both new and existing environments. We believe that these patents are a fundamental example of ‘designed-for’ software, leveraging our proven, revolutionary storage system hardware to provide low latency I/O at high throughput.“
Pavilion Data Systems Assigned Patent
Recovery mechanism for low latency metadata log
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