Three simple things. Performance, redundancy, TCO.

Compuverde is the only hardware-agnostic, hyper converged, fully flash-enabled, web scale vNAS solution in the world.

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What is Compuverde?

Compuverde supports today's as well as tomorrow's storage needs by providing a software defined and horizontally aligned storage platform.
A platform that is both completely hardware agnostic and fully flash compliant - meaning you don't need to look any further - the Compuverde web-scale architecture enables the kind of flexibility that is critical to the future of storage business and the rise of Internet of Things.

Swedish by design, global by demand, Compuverde is the perfect storage example of the clean, well structured and innovative heritage their Swedish origins represents. With a solution that delivers cutting edge technology combined with industry-leading performance and redundance - all with best-in-class total cost of ownership.

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Flash support

By using a solution from Compuverde, you take full advantage of systems with built-in cache, improving the performance levels of your septup significantly.

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Self-healing cluster

All data is stored in multiple copies and possibly geographically separated locations within the cluster. When a disk or a storage node breaks down, the cluster self-heals

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Scalability

Because the storage cluster is built on a symmetric architecture, linear scaling up to hundreds of Peta bytes and billions of files is achieved.

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vNAS solution

A vNAS setup using Compuverde offers multiple entry points and removes potential bottlenecks.

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  • Single filesystem spanning over all servers
  • Native support for protocols
  • Flash support for high performance
  • Flexible scale-out by adding nodes

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Hyper-converged solution

Smart virtualization is key. Compuverde delivers a truly hyper-converged industry leading storage solution.

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  • Run hypervisor and VM’s in same server as storage
  • Use of cache for performance
  • Synchronized cache for fast live migration
  • Synchronized to storage for redundancy

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Better investments with best-in-class TCO

Using a number of cheap, low performing storage units and forming them into a high performance storage cloud is the main way of keeping costs down. The use of a symmetric architecture eliminates bottlenecks that are the weak links and a potentially costly part of traditional storage solutions.

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30 minute setup as easy as A-B-C

Just because something is at the forefront technology wise and is made out of the most innovative system architecture, does not mean the use of the same solution should be anything short of a walk in the park.

  • Streamlined and optimized
  • Setup in less than 30 minutes
  • Turnkey Swedish user design
  • Working right out of the box

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Smart and efficient management

Manage, monitor and control the entire cluster from any node through a simple graphical user interface. The Compuverde management and monitoring console is running in an Windows environment and makes it easy regardless if the storage cluster is of a size at 100TB, 1PB or 10+PB.

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Three Compuverde U.S. Patents

Compuverde AB announced the further expansion of its patent portfolio with the issuance of United States Patent numbers 8850019 B2, 8769138 B2 and 8843710 B2.

Software-Defined Storage Solution With Exabyte Scaling Capability

Service providers, major enterprises and telcos are grappling with the storage challenges caused by the rise of big data, the Internet of things and virtualization.

New Data Demands Require a New Storage Approach

Today, the world is connected in more ways that anyone could have conceived of even a few years ago, all thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). IDC predicts that by 2020, 200 billion devices will be connected to each other and the Internet.

Compuverde visits VMworld 2014

Compuverde will be visiting VMworld in San Francisco August 24-28.

The Internet of Things Demands a New Data Architecture

With billions of devices connected to global networks, the Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly transforming work and leisure. The phrase was coined in 1999 in reference to connecting Proctor & Gamble’s supply chain RFID to the Internet, and in just 15 years it has become a worldwide phenomenon spanning all industries.

The Internet of Things Demands a New Storage Approach

The Internet of Things (IoT), an ever-expanding web of connections generating unprecedented volumes of data, holds promise as well as challenges for the telecom industry.

Virtualization: Wading Through the Deluge of Data

According to a recent IBM study, over 90 percent of the data in the world today was created in the last three years alone. Unsurprisingly, businesses continue to wrestle with how best to collect, analyze and monetize the wealth of information. One popular answer? Virtualization.

All-Flash Data Centers: Quick as Lightning

Like the thunderbolt-sporting superhero, flash memory is quick, flash memory is quick. With no moving parts, flash resembles primary memory more so than secondary disk storage when it comes to saving and reading data.