Westborough, MASS. — Mangosoft, developers of internet business software and services, announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark office has issued the company patent number 5,987,506 for remote access and geographically distributed computers in a globally addressable storage environment and patent number 6,148,377 for shared memory computer networks.
Mangosoft’s underlying peer-to-peer (P2P) clustering and secure file system technologies provide the basis for the company’s innovative Internet applications: Mangomind, The Business Internet File Service, and Cachelink Pro, Web caching software. The two most recently awarded patents represent the latest successful benchmark in the evolution of core technologies at Mangosoft. With three previously awarded patents for distributed file system and pooled Web caching technologies, Mangosoft continues to pioneer the initiative to bring shared resource technologies, such as P2P clustering, to the forefront of business computing.
“Mangosoft is committed to advancing the state-of-the-art in distributed systems technologies, while continuing to deliver powerful, unique business solutions to the Internet community,” said Scott Davis, co-inventor of the technology and vice president and chief technology officer of Mangosoft, Inc. “Our mission is to create an environment for companies where they can communicate with one another through the Internet in a way that is as seamless as if they were sitting across from one another.” Davis is the holder of 10 U.S. patents on clustering technologies.
Mangosoft, Inc. ( http://www.mangosoft.com ) is a leading provider of Internet business software and services. Mangosoft’s products leverage the company’s patented Pooled caching technology. Mangosoft sells its products to companies looking to increase productivity and efficiency while accessing the Internet, intranets and local area networks (LAN).