CAMPBELL, Calif., Oct. 11, 2019 — WekaIO, the innovation leader in high-performance, scalable file storage for data intensive applications, has been assigned a patent (10437675) for “distributed erasure coded virtual file system,” and has forty more patents pending.
The abstract of the patent (10437675) published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: A plurality of computing devices are communicatively coupled to each other via a network, and each of the plurality of computing devices comprises one or more of a plurality of storage devices. A plurality of failure resilient address spaces are distributed across the plurality of storage devices such that each of the plurality of failure resilient address spaces spans a plurality of the storage devices. Each one of the plurality of failure resilient address spaces is organized into a plurality of stripes. Each one or more stripes of the plurality of stripes is part of a respective one of a plurality of forward error correction (FEC) protection domains. Each of the plurality of stripes may comprise a plurality of storage blocks. Each block of a particular one of the plurality of stripes may reside on a different one of the plurality of storage devices.
The patent (10437675) application was filed on August 2, 2017 (15/667,097).
To read the patent abstracts and full detail go to: https://patents.justia.com/assignee/weka-io-ltd.
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