StorageDNA is integrating Date Expedition’s ExpeDat into DNAfabric for accelerated data transfers in media and entertainment workflows.
DNAfabric is described as a subscription-based, data services platform for users to better manage data across disk, tape, WAN and cloud. ExpeDat is based on DEI’s proprietary Multipurpose Transaction Protocol (MTP/IP), which automatically adapts to network variability without human guidance
Examples of how DNAfabric utilizes ExpeDat for remote transfers are large-scale storage mirroring across sites, synchronizing data from on-premise to cloud storage, and creating a hybrid data pipeline for cloud editing, transcoding and AI.
Tridib Chakravarty, President and CEO of StorageDNA: “ExpeDat maximized every long-distance link we threw at it. From testing site to site, on-premise to cloud, and inter-cloud and intra-cloud workflows, ExpeDat was able to fully saturate these all network paths."
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