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Compuverde Awarded Three U.S. Patents in Software-Defined Storage

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New Intellectual Property Rights Protect vNAS and Hyperconverged Innovations

KARLSKRONA, Sweden, June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Compuverde, the hyperconverged storage solution for service providers, telecommunications companies and enterprises, today announced the issuance of United States Patents numbers 8,688,630 B2, 8,645,978 B2 and 8,650,365 B2. The patents – which cover innovations in data migration, self-healing and horizontal scaling of storage nodes – are part of Compuverde's global strategy of intellectual property protection in every major market worldwide.

NEWS FACTS:

  • Compuverde has patented its innovative 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.
  • Other patents protect methods for enabling extreme horizontal scaling of storage nodes by avoiding bottleneck-prone dedicated metadata servers and enhancing server message prioritization.
  • Compuverde's patent family includes 10 patents and patent applications in all major global regions, including the U.S., EPO, China, Japan and Eurasia.
  • Compuverde delivers powerful returns in data center efficiency and performance through software-defined principles, including:
    • Linear scaling – Customers can add more nodes to a cluster while simultaneously boosting the capacity of each node, realizing substantial gains in ROI and virtual machine performance.
    • Hardware – Compuverde's software-defined storage solution jettisons the need for expensive hardware.  By bringing reliability and performance to the software level, telcos and service providers are able to choose lower-energy, lower-cost commodity hardware without sacrificing speed.
    • Scale out to thousands and thousands of virtual machines – With Compuverde's solution, customers have the ability to rapidly add thousands of virtual machines to the same cluster, eliminating the cost and hassle of building a new cluster to accommodate scale-out.

SUPPORTING QUOTE:

Stefan Bernbo, CEO and founder, Compuverde, said: "The recent massive boom in data has created storage challenges that cannot be addressed by current technologies on the market. 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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About Compuverde
With Compuverde, you get a self-contained and flexible hyperconverged storage solution completely built upon software-defined principles. Offering a single file system spanning all servers while providing full horizontal cache synchronization, Compuverde delivers extreme performance, scalability and reliability.  Based on constructive and innovative principles while combining software efficiency with hardware flexibility, Compuverde provides the entire software stack with storage, cache, multiple operating system and protocol integration. For more information, please visit http://www.compuverde.com

Editorial Contact:

Peggy Tierney Galvin
Nadel Phelan, Inc.
(831) 440-2405
peggy@nadelphelan.com

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