Latest Leonovus Patent Clears the Way for Unrivaled Virtual Data Centers
Leonovus Inc. has been granted a patent which re-defines cloud computing and storage across a widely distributed, loosely coupled set of infrastructure resources.
OTTAWA, March 6, 2019 — Leonovus Inc., (“Leonovus or the Company”) (TSXV: LTV) (OTC: LVNSF) founder of GALAXA, has received notice of issue of another patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), bringing the running total to eight issued patents across North America and Europe with several more still in-process. The patent, granted as of February 19, 2019, re-defines cloud computing and storage across a widely distributed, loosely coupled set of infrastructure resources; essentially a virtual data center outside the data center; no longer tied to the necessity and restrictions of a closed and isolated network. This approach fundamentally changes the IT infrastructure landscape, enabling multi-year, multi-cloud strategies without cloud vendor lock-in.
The virtual data center patent uniquely positions Leonovus with an unmatched core technology which enables both the Leonovus Multi-Cloud Data Controller and the GALAXA marketplace. At the heart of the concept is making the best use of existing (and future) resources, aggregating their capabilities into a cohesive cloud offering compute and storage. This secure cloud transparently de-coupled from but utilizing the power of existing infrastructure, all driven by a single pane of glass reflects the data center of the future; near term and into the next century. This enables the enterprise to take a data-centric approach to protecting their data, dramatically simplifying their journey into the multi-cloud world.
As recently discussed with attendees at the RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, California, the World’s largest cybersecurity conference, “Leonovus creates efficiencies in resiliency, extends control, and provides protection, for the enterprise’s most valuable asset, their data. This simplified, efficient, data-centric protection model enables vendor-independent policy and control across multiple private and public clouds now and in the future,” said Dan Willis, CTO of Leonovus and patent author.
Leonovus is a cloud solutions software provider that offers the leading blockchain hardened hyper-secure software-defined object storage solution. Designed with the IT manager in mind, Leonovus’ patented algorithms encrypt, shred and spread data across a network of on-premises, hybrid or multi-cloud storage nodes – allowing for the most secure yet internally accessible form of object-based data storage across the entire solution. The advanced geo-distributed architecture minimizes latency, optimizes geo-availability, reduces remote backup costs and meets data sovereignty requirements. With its software and hardware agnostic design, Leonovus provides petabyte scalability and allows the enterprise to utilize its existing idle storage resources, extend the useable lifespan of depreciated resources and improve the enterprise’s overall ROI. To learn more, please visit www.leonovus.com and www.galaxa.com.
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