Leader in enterprise deduplication expands portfolio of intellectual property

MARLBOROUGH, MA – August 15, 2013 — /BackupReview.info/ — Sepaton, Inc., maker of the world’s fastest backup and recovery solution, today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently issued U.S. Patent No. 8,447,741, entitled, “System and Method for Providing Data Driven De-duplication Services.” This patented method enables Sepaton to sort through massive amounts of data and quickly find exact matches within the data to de-duplicate as efficiently as possible.

This invention is the result of years of research into optimizing data deduplication techniques for complex enterprise environments and data types and further establishes Sepaton as the leader in this area. This new patent joins 12 other Sepaton patents covering the building blocks for enterprise data protection.

“As the inventors of enterprise data deduplication technology, we continue to expand our portfolio of intellectual property covering the core techniques required to provide a scalable, reliable, high-performing intelligent data protection platform,” said Jeff Tofano, chief technology officer, Sepaton, Inc. “Sepaton has the highest single system capacity of any backup appliance purpose-built for large enterprise. Sepaton’s ContentAware™ technology uses different algorithms to perform deduplication depending on the data type and the backup application to achieve the industry’s most efficient capacity optimization for all data types.”

About Sepaton, Inc.
Sepaton delivers the world’s fastest enterprise backup and recovery solution. It is designed specifically for enterprise IT organizations that manage extremely large and growing volumes of data, that must be backed up within tight time windows – every time, guaranteed – and that require the fastest possible recovery in the event of a failure. Sepaton’s patented scale-out DeltaScale™ architecture enables high performance and modular expansion to provide centralized protection of massive data volumes. Sepaton is the safe choice for large enterprises and government data centers.

Sepaton is headquartered in Marlborough, MA, and has an international office in London. For additional information call 866-Sepaton or visit http://www.Sepaton.com

Sepaton, S2100, DeltaRemote, and DeltaStor are registered trademarks and ContentAware, DBeXstream, and DeltaScale are trademarks of Sepaton, Inc. All other brand and product names are or may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Sepaton, Inc.
Beth Winkowski

Source: Sepaton

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