Oxford e-Research Centre one off seminar
- 29th May '12 from 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm
- OeRc Conference Room, Room 278
The Oxford e-Research Centre is pleased to welcome David Trossell, to present a seminar on Tuesday 29th May 2012 entitled "Accelerating Storage Transmission on a Global Basis"
Data is the lifeblood of any and every organisation. However, as volumes multiply, handling this data is becoming increasingly problematic and is constrained by financial and available networks and connections.
Organisations have become accustomed to, and have reluctantly accepted that if they need to transport data outside of their local data centre there are in reality, only two options: ether spend vast sums of money installing or leasing a dark fibre network, or accept limited performance that is typical when transporting data over the more economical TCP/IP based Wide Area Networks (WAN).
Bridgeworks is challenging this preconception of high cost or poor performance and has turned the data transport industry on its heads with a unique product that accelerates the transportation of storage data over the cost-effect WANs at speeds that are more associated with a dark fibre networks - irrespective of distance or data type.
Bridgeworks’ SANSlide storage protocol accelerator is a unique product that releases organisations from the constraints of distance, performance and costs imposed by the limitations of WANs and current network equipment.
By utilising a highly innovative Paralleled TCP/IP Pipeline technology that is controlled by an Artificial Intelligence module, Bridgeworks have been able to reduce the effect of network latency to almost zero allowing storage data to be transported at full link speed irrespective of distance.
With its LAN like access to storage devices no matter the distance, organisations can now realistically implement the Data Replication, Transfer, Migration, Backup and Disaster Recovery strategies that match the organisational basic and real requirements.'
For more information, see www.sanslide.com
This seminar is open to all and will start at 12pm in the Oxford e-Research Centre Conference Room (room 278 - access available via 7 Keble Road).