Self-healing storage 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 by recreating the missing data from the damaged node in the free space in the cluster resulting only in a temporary capacity decrease until the disk or storage node is replaced.


In short, our software solution allows for:

  • Telecom graded access and availability
  • Always on - possible to both read and write whenever
  • Extreme redundancy and recovery process
  • Independent of traffic volumes or file sizes
  • Constant backup and recovery - regardless of write failures

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vNAS     Hyper-Converged Storage