Compuverde, a provider of a hyperconverged storage solution for service providers, telecommunications companies and enterprises, has been issued three U.S. patents. The patents cover innovations in data migration, self-healing and horizontal scaling of storage nodes.
Compuverde has patented an approach to replication and self-healing in the storage cluster that features a highly efficient, many-to-many replication pattern for rebuilding lost data quickly. The company also has received patents that cover methods for enabling extreme horizontal scaling of storage nodes by avoiding bottleneck-prone dedicated metadata servers and enhancing server message prioritization. In total, Compuverde’s patent family includes 10 patents and patent applications in all major global regions, including the U.S., EPO, China, Japan and Eurasia.
"The recent massive boom in data has created storage challenges that cannot be addressed by current technologies on the market," said Stefan Bernbo, CEO and founder, Compuverde. "We are patenting our innovative methods of helping enterprises, service providers and telcos gain access to flexible, high-performance and low-cost storage that can scale quickly, easily and at high volume. This is the latest step on our roadmap toward delivering the best software-defined storage solution possible for vNAS and hyper-converged virtual environments."
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