Compuverde Awarded Patent Recognizing Innovation in Self-Healing Storage
Patent Strategically Positions Compuverde to Offer Telecom-Grade "Five Nines" Availability
KARLSKRONA, Sweden, July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Compuverde, a leading provider of Big Data virtualization and storage solutions for service providers, telecommunications companies and enterprises, today announced the issuance of patent #13/125,524 by the Swedish Patent and Registration Office for writing data to Compuverde storage nodes and the replication of data between these nodes.
Compuverde enables customers to efficiently and cost-effectively manage Big Data virtualization and storage. This new patent recognizes the innovation behind Compuverde's approach to distributing data access traffic evenly to all storage nodes, resulting in increased performance.
"This patent protects our proprietary, highly efficient fault recovery process that permits nearly complete redundancy," said Stefan Bernbo, Compuverde CEO. "This innovation increases performance up to 400 percent in unstructured and structured Big Data storage compared to existing products in the market, a huge boon to service providers, telcos and other enterprises tasked with storing and accessing massive quantities of data."
The company has ten additional pending patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and two before the European Patent Office.
Compuverde is the leader in Big Data virtualization and storage solutions for service providers, telecommunications companies and enterprises. Compuverde's solution combines telco-grade "five nines" reliability and highly-scalable cloud-based object storage with integrated cache functionality, delivering 50 percent lower energy usage and enabling the use of environmentally-friendly hardware. For more information, visit www.compuverde.com.
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