Too technical for a non-engineer?

Tuxerians hail far and wide, from a broad spectrum of backgrounds. Simon Wright started at the company during spring last year, joining our marketing team as Copywriter. Since then, he’s been putting finger-to-keyboard writing or editing many of the blog posts, press releases, whitepapers, and other Tuxera content that you may have read.

All the while, Tuxera has gone through some major changes – like rocketing forward with new leadership and gaining a crew of experienced professionals from across the Atlantic. What’s it like for someone at this company to see all of that, while still fresh on the job? What makes Tuxera an interesting environment for a non-engineer in the first place? We had lots of questions, and Simon was, thankfully, happy to help.

What got you interested in Tuxera as an employer?

Simon: I was seduced by the opportunity to write about cutting-edge technical solutions in a company that came across as down to earth, welcoming, and extremely international.

Were there any big surprises about the company, or about the realities of becoming a fabled Tuxerian?

Simon: Just seeing how much of an effort the company makes to care about its employees was a pleasant discovery. I’ve experienced helpful support with personal development, and chances to grow in different directions. In my short time here, I’ve also seen Tuxera go through some significant changes, but the feeling of me mattering as an employee has remained constant. The hoodies are also more comfortable than I expected.

What’s been the most daunting part about content writing in this highly technical field?

Simon: By far, the biggest challenge has been in building a comprehensive understanding of our range of products, their technical details, and the know-how that drives their development. The learning curve has been steep, but enjoyable and manageable. I've also learned a huge amount about the embedded industry in general – something new nearly every day.

What keeps you continuously interested in your job?

Simon: Getting to write about software that has a real, tangible effect on devices and data storage worldwide is very cool, because it’s technology that affects so many aspects of our lives. It’s also great to work with people who are so knowledgeable and passionate about tech – getting the chance to help communicate their expertise and excitement to audiences is something I find highly rewarding.

How do you see your journey here at Tuxera, from the beginning and leading up to this day?

Simon: It’s been a tremendous learning experience, and a lot of fun. I feel blessed to be working with very talented people – engineers, other marketing geeks, and everyone in between. I'm looking forward to seeing what the future has in store for Tuxera!

Protecting data integrity, together

Supporting each other and making sure all of us have our voices heard are major aspects of working at Tuxera. We know that in order to care about keeping the world's data safe and sound, we first need to care about each other. Simon is not the only Tuxerian to recently hop on board – we’ve had a ton of people join our global team over the past year. You could be the next one.


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Success story – Innovative smartmeter platform delivers long-lasting revenue-grade data using Tuxera technology

Tuxera Reliance Nitro™ and FlashFX Tera™ bring power fail-safe reliability and simulated product lifespan in excess of 30 years.

Assured data integrity and product longevity

The leader in technologies* enabling resourceful energy and water use needed to ensure its new line of smartmeters would securely and consistently store data. This new edge intelligence platform supports sensing technologies and dynamic applications at the device level. It delivers distributed computing power, control, and analytics for automated decision-making at the edge of the network. By bringing intelligence to field devices, the company is helping create a breakthrough sensing ecosystem to enable growth in global markets ranging from smart grid to the Internet of Things (IoT). The smartmeter platform enables easy integration of third-party devices, creating numerous possibilities for realizing the promise of the IoT, empowering smarter utilities and smarter cities worldwide. It embeds an operating system and processor into field devices and sensors, enabling real-time decision-making at the device level. Action at the edge reduces network traffic, eases the burden of transmitting high volumes of data back to the utility for analysis, and minimizes human intervention to perform tasks that can now be automated. A key differentiator in this company’s product offering is to outlast the useful life expected by its customers or mandated by government agencies.

* Company name cannot be disclosed due to NDA restrictions.

Equipment featured here may not be actual product discussed.

The challenge

Decision-making at the edge of the network relies on uncompromised data integrity. Bad data means bad decisions. The connectivity of the IoT means more data, gathered from more places that will increasingly become a core enabler for business process and revenue generation. Customers are looking for assurance that the data they rely on is revenue-grade and that the intelligence gathering devices they’ve invested in will continue to perform over decades of use. “With this new smartmeter platform we are able to offer our customers fast, consistent access to data that allows them to improve business operations and profitablity,” said the company’s Director of Firmware Engineering. According to this customer, Tuxera’s “products proved far superior to the open source alternatives we tried and we are confident they will provide the level of protection demanded by our customers.”

The results

Originally, the engineering team turned to us to address data reliability and boot time concerns with the open source alternatives found in standard Linux distributions. The ability of Reliance Nitro to incorporate an encryption module that was sufficient to ensure the security of customer data was also a key consideration. After incorporating Reliance Nitro file system and FlashFX Tera flash manager, the team conducted an extensive product lifespan simulation test with the goal of demonstrating both power failsafe reliability and greater than 20 year endurance.

“We successfully completed our lifespan testing simulating more than 20 years of our product use with over 1.2 billion SQLite3 database write transactions,“ said the company’s Senior R/D Manager. “The excellent support [they] provided us during the selection process helped cement our decision to use [their] products.” Although the lifespan testing that the company conducted gave them confidence in meeting the minimum lifespan requirement, the team continued to work with our engineers to ensure its configurations were optimized. This collaboration resulted in the extension of lifespan to between 28 and 32 years, giving the company confidence that its technology will continue to perform in the field and meet customers’ expectations for delivering revenue grade data. The flexibility of our solution to be configured easily to minimize data at risk while maximizing media life surpassed the capabilities of open source alternatives. Our comprehensive suite of test tools included with the product helped the company gain insights into how the product was behaving.

On several occasions during development and testing, the company was able to tap in to our expertise with flash memory to further improve the endurance of the media. “This company has one of the most comprehensive longevity test programs of any of our customers – all of whom have a high degree of concern for data reliability,” said Tony Questad, Director of Engineering for Tuxera US. “It’s rewarding when our products can be proven by independent evaluation to exceed the capabilities we design them for.” The company’s hardware design, incorporating Tuxera’s software, will allow its utility partners around the world to solve problems on a global scale. Products with a longer lifetime will reduce waste, and the intelligent decisions made will reduce resource consumption and provide for sustainable growth.

* This customer success story has been updated July 8, 2020. Datalight was originally mentioned as the software provider in this story. As of 2019, Datalight Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera Inc. Tuxera now owns all of Datalight’s former products, including the ones mentioned in this project. Tuxera is dedicated to providing superior technical know-how in data storage challenges and responsive customer support.

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Reliance Edge Failsafe File System Availabile for Green Hills High Assurance INTEGRITY Operating System

In 2019, Datalight became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera, Inc. This press release originally appeared on datalight.com. Updated July 7, 2020.

BOTHELL, Wash., SANTA BARBARA, CA– December 5, 2017 – Green Hills Software, the worldwide leader in high assurance operating systems, and Datalight Inc. (updated July 7, 2020: Datalight is now Tuxera Inc.), the leading developer of power failsafe file systems and flash memory drivers for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), are excited to announce the immediate availability of the Reliance Edge™ file system for Green Hills safe and secure INTEGRITY® real-time operating system (RTOS). Green Hills INTEGRITY is a leading RTOS for devices where proven reliability and security are imperative, such as the automotive, avionics, industrial and medical industries. Embedded developers select INTEGRITY because it delivers the highest levels of independent safety and security certification for mission and life critical systems while maintaining hard real time, deterministic performance.

When combined with Green Hills INTEGRITY, Reliance Edge provides fast, consistent, and deterministic mount times, ensuring users will have the ability to interact with devices quickly, even when recovering from power loss. Embedded engineers using INTEGRITY in their designs also benefit from Reliance Edge’s strict compliance with MISRA-C:2012 standards, as well as the availability of a complete Design Assurance Package that documents the product design and adherence to requirements. “Our INTEGRITY operating system is purpose-built for use in the most stringent safety and security critical systems,” says Dan Mender, vice president of business development, Green Hills Software. “We are pleased to have the Datalight Reliance Edge file system available for INTEGRITY, bringing its reliable, flexible and high-performing capabilities to our customers’ critical system designs.”

Reliance Edge file system offers critical power failsafe reliability and deterministic behavior required by today’s autonomous systems. The transactional architecture upon which it is built ensures that live data is never overwritten, providing rock-solid data reliability and maintaining complete metadata and file data integrity. “Datalight is proud to make the Reliance Edge file system available for embedded designs that use Green Hills INTEGRITY,” said Technical Product Manager Thom Denholm. “The power failsafe data reliability of Reliance Edge ensures the data these designs rely upon is completely secure and protected in the face of unexpected power loss.” Ultra-compact and configurable, Reliance Edge is provided in full source code and works with any block device storage media in systems using Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS. Reliance Edge can use standard block device drivers to access a broad array of storage media, including eMMC, SD/MMC, NVRAM, USB mass storage, and SATA (or PATA) disks. Reliance Edge for Green Hills INTEGRITY is immediately available directly from Tuxera or its authorized resellers (updated July 7, 2020).

About Green Hills Software

Founded in 1982, Green Hills Software is the largest independent software vendor for the Internet of Things (IoT). In 2008, the Green Hills INTEGRITY-178B RTOS was the first and only operating system to be certified by NIAP (National Information Assurance Partnership comprised of NSA & NIST) to EAL6+, High Robustness, the highest level of security ever achieved for any software product. Our open architecture integrated development solutions address deeply embedded, absolute security and high-reliability applications for the military/avionics, medical, industrial, automotive, networking, consumer and other markets that demand industry-certified solutions. Green Hills Software is headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA with European headquarters in the United Kingdom. Visit Green Hills Software at www.ghs.com.

About Tuxera

Tuxera is the leading provider of quality-assured embedded storage management software and networking technologies. Helping people and businesses store and do more with their data, our software is at the core of phones, tablets, cars, TV sets, cameras, drones, external storage, routers, spacecraft, IoT devices, and more. We help you store your data reliably, while making file transfers fast and content easily accessible. Tuxera is also an active member of multiple industry organizations, including JEDEC, AGL, SD Association, The Linux Foundation, and many others. Founded in 2008, Tuxera’s headquarters are located in Finland, with regional offices in China, Germany, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the US.

 


Success story – Tuxera & Airbus stream video from International Space Station

Airbus Defence and Space, Europe’s leading defense and space company, has selected Tuxera Reliance Nitro™ and FlashFX Tera™ for use in civil spaceflight equipment.

Mission-critical video data recording for the International Space Station

The Columbus Solid State Disk Video Recorder (COL-SSD) project replaces the old video tape recorders on Columbus, the European science laboratory module that is part of the International Space Station (ISS). The system records High Definition and Standard Definition video, but is also capable of storing high-rate data bit streams from scientific payloads prior to transmission on a downlink to a ground station.

The challenge

In the center of the COL-SSD, a 32-bit SPARC processor controls an array of 128 GB raw NAND-flash memory through which (video) data is streamed in real time. The memory is key to the flawless operation of the recorder over its expected lifetime use in ISS. In order to maximize NAND-flash lifetime, the data needs to be spread evenly across all memory cells. Since raw NAND-flash relies on a flash media driver to take care of this, as well as performing bad-block management, it puts a load on the CPU. Since the data potentially needs to be stored on the SSD, a reliable file system is an additional requirement. The selected file system must not steal cycles from the CPU and must not cause the system to enter an undefined state after a sudden power loss.

The Logic solution with Tuxera products

As the customer discussed their needs and requirements with Logic Technology, an authorized reseller of Tuxera products, Logic suggested our FlashFX Tera flash media driver software in combination with our Reliance Nitro high performance file system. These solutions fit seamlessly into the VxWorks operating system used by the customer. Further it supported the necessary storage size and the requirements with respect to reliability – especially the requirements regarding file system integrity under all circumstances, even if power fails during a write operation. The software was also configurable and could be tailored to the needs of the COL-SSD’s very special hardware architecture.

The results

The solution fulfilled the customer’s expectations. Extensive testing (as it is usual for spaceflight equipment) proved that all requirements have been met or exceeded. Especially the all-time file system integrity was “impressive,” according to the customer’s own assessment.

Video and data captured during ISS scientific experiments are of very high value, as many experiments can be carried out only once due to a limited number of samples or crew time (the samples have to be uploaded by space vehicles which are quite limited). Thus, under any circumstances, the scientific data must not get lost or corrupted. A reliable data recorder is therefore a crucial ingredient of any data management system used on board the ISS. According to a representative from Airbus, “The solution products have been very beneficial in achieving these challenging requirements. The product behaved as required. The close cooperation between our local development team, the Datalight* support team and Logic Technology during the entire project was another factor that contributed to our joint success.”

* This customer success story has been updated July 8, 2020. Datalight was originally mentioned as the software provider in this story. As of 2019, Datalight Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera Inc. Tuxera now owns all of Datalight’s former products, including the ones mentioned in this project. Tuxera is dedicated to providing superior technical know-how in data storage challenges and responsive customer support.

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Success story – Cutting boot time in half for LG Navigator

Tuxera's FlashFX® flash management solutions deliver a superior user experience by reducing boot time.

Fast boot time means satisfied customers

LG Electronics, a well-known manufacturer of consumer electronics based in Korea, created a multimedia-enabled portable navigator for the North American market. The LN790 features a 4.3” LCD screen, Bluetooth hands-free functionality, and video-enabled playback. Ruggedness and fast access to data are important to consumers in this market, so the device was designed to boot directly from a NAND mass storage environment using Windows Embedded Compact (CE).

The challenge

LG product engineers had a difficult time getting the device to boot fast enough using Windows CE’s FAL/FMD flash drivers. At just over two minutes, the startup time did not match LG’s reputation for high-performance consumer devices.

As LG engineers went searching for solutions to the boot speed problem, they discovered that our FlashFX products use a more efficient approach to managing bad blocks than CE’s standard FMD/FAL drivers, which can speed boot time significantly. This difference is especially apparent when the device is using a large NAND disk, because boot time is somewhat proportional to the size of the flash. Why are our FlashFX products more efficient? Startup with FAL requires the driver to read more data as part of its mount sequence, a lengthy process particularly if the disk is large. In contrast, our solutions require a much simpler check of the media to complete the initial mount.

The results

After implementation of our FlashFX solution, LG engineers were delighted to discover that the device’s boot time was cut by more than half. By using our FlashFX solution instead of the native Windows CE drivers, LG designers were able to achieve the performance their customers expect from a premium-quality personal navigator. There was also an additional benefit they hadn’t counted on – support for over 300 flash parts means that the LN790 will be future-proof from flash parts going on allocation, unexpected price fluctuations, and end-of-life issues.

* This customer success story has been updated July 8, 2020. Datalight was originally mentioned as the software provider in this story. As of 2019, Datalight Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera Inc. Tuxera now owns all of Datalight’s former products, including the ones mentioned in this project. Tuxera is dedicated to providing superior technical know-how in data storage challenges and responsive customer support.

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Success story – Improved reliability of fleet management system

Tuxera Reliance Nitro™ delivers reliable data logging for fleet management operations.

Reliable data fuels logistics and transport operations

With an installed base of over 300,000 units, the largest provider of fleet management solutions in the Americas* has been leading the way in the telematics industry for 20 years. Fleet management systems are quickly becoming standard equipment for the trucking industry – managing driver safety, maintenance needs, and fuel efficiency for transportation companies around the world. In 2010, the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) began requiring trucking companies to prove compliance with a spate of vehicle and driver statistics, creating renewed interest in this company’s sophisticated fleet management systems and software. Their solutions combine cutting-edge applications and platforms that improve fleet efficiency and safety, in addition to managing compliance with FMCSA regulations. These devices provide real-time updates about duty status, driving time, remaining hours of service, real-time notification of impending or actual violations to both drivers and dispatch, web-based carrier review of driver status and availability, driver-management and safety audit reports, plus automated over-the-air updates to ensure compliance and driver awareness.

* Company name cannot be disclosed due to NDA restrictions.

The challenge

Reliability is a top consideration for transportation companies when they shop for fleet management systems. The consequences of system failure are significant, ranging from potentially large fines levied by the FMCSA for inability to show compliance, lost revenue through inefficient management of the fleet, safety issues that go unreported, and driver error due to lack of information. In addition to the reliability challenges faced by all embedded systems due to power fluctuations and resource constraints, these units face a unique problem: hostile drivers, who dislike the devices tracking their every move. Customers often report units being “accidentally” switched off, suffering blunt force trauma, and at least one case where a driver was caught holding one of the units outside the window in a rainstorm!

The results

To ensure data reliability in extreme conditions, this fleet management OEM performed a series of tests comparing Tuxera Reliance Nitro and the default file system in Windows Embedded CE (TFAT), in which power is cycled on and off every 40 seconds for several months. Their results showed that TFAT fails after about a month under these conditions, while Reliance Nitro showed no sign of data reliability problems. With the addition of Tuxera software, the company’s fleet management systems are the most reliable on the market. Transportation and logistics companies benefit from the knowledge that they can rely on these devices, no matter what happens in the field.

* This customer success story has been updated July 8, 2020. Datalight was originally mentioned as the software provider in this story. As of 2019, Datalight Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera Inc. Tuxera now owns all of Datalight’s former products, including the ones mentioned in this project. Tuxera is dedicated to providing superior technical know-how in data storage challenges and responsive customer support.

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Success story – Industrial automation company proves its reputation for high-reliability products

Tuxera Reliance™, Reliance Nitro™, and FlashFX Tera™ proven to provide rock-solid power fail-safety in factory automation applications.

A reputation that counts on delivering fail safety

The world’s largest industrial automation and information company* is committed to making its customers more productive and efficient. This company is known in the industrial community around the world for delivering the most reliable automation products in the market. Industrial automation is truly a high-stakes business. Any failure could cost their customers millions of dollars per day in lost revenue and do damage to the company’s hard-earned reputation for quality earned over decades of service to its customers. This reputation is a driving force behind their commitment to product reliability.

* Company name cannot be disclosed due to NDA restrictions.

Equipment featured here may not be actual product discussed.

The challenge

When the product engineering group discovered data corruption issues related to file system corruption in its factory automation products, the team knew it had to work quickly to find a solution. They were using T-FAT, the default file system included in Windows Embedded CE, which is based on the FAT file system originally designed for desktop computing. For many applications TFAT works fine, but when reliability is important due to criticality of data or a requirement for always-on operation, TFAT may not always be the best choice. In their quest for a more reliable alternative, the team discovered Tuxera Reliance™ (formerly know as Datalight Reliance™), a true transactional file system that never overwrites live data. The Dynamic Transaction Point™ technology found in Reliance provides total immunity from the file corruption caused by power loss or other uncontrolled system shutdowns. After learning more about the benefits of the Reliance file system, the company engineers decided to evaluate it in their labs using a rigorous series of controlled tests. While testing was ongoing, we visited to make sure the engineering team had what they needed. We were impressed by the scope of the testing, involving several large racks of factory automation systems all running Reliance with random power cycling at frequent intervals, mimicking real-world scenarios where uncontrolled system shutdown is a constant concern.

The results

After running the Reliance-enabled units through millions of power cycles without a single failure, the engineering team determined that they had found their solution. Reliance was more than capable of delivering the level of reliability that industrial customers need and expect. Their diligence in testing the reliability of each component in their industrial automation and information systems has given the company an advantage with customers for whom any failure can have devastating consequences. As a result of this focus on quality at every level of the system, the world’s largest industrial automation company continues to be the standard bearer for quality and reliability in the industry. Since their initial selection of Reliance, this customer has expanded their use of Tuxera’s  products across multiple product lines and multiple operating systems.

They adopted Tuxera Reliance, Reliance Nitro, and FlashFX Tera in various combinations on Linux and Windows Embedded Compact.

* This customer success story has been updated July 8, 2020. Datalight was originally mentioned as the software provider in this story. As of 2019, Datalight Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera Inc. Tuxera now owns all of Datalight’s former products, including the ones mentioned in this project. Tuxera is dedicated to providing superior technical know-how in data storage challenges and responsive customer support.

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Success story – Improved responsiveness of handheld mobile computer

Tuxera Reliance Nitro™ and FlashFX Pro™ (today sold as FlashFX Tera) deliver speed and performance to meet the demands of fast-paced logistics work.

Outperforming the competition

The leader in imaging barcode scanning* operates in a market where competitors must fiercely defend their marketshare, often with minor differences in features, price, performance, and reliability. Customers in this market routinely perform exhaustive performance benchmarks when making a purchase decision. A substandard result on any single metric can drive them to seek a different vendor. Typical customers include companies involved in field service, route accounting, and postal/parcel delivery, or any enterprise requiring mobile computers to automate their operations. The purpose-built handheld mobile computers they use incorporate advanced wireless technology, integrated GPS, and the ability to capture high-quality digital images, allowing workers to perform many functions with a single device.

* Company name cannot be disclosed due to NDA restrictions.

Equipment featured here may not be actual product discussed.

The challenge

Due to the competitive nature of the handheld mobile computer market, this Fortune 500 company’s reputation for high-performance devices is critical to their commercial success. When a few drivers at one of their largest shipping and logistics customers began experiencing slow entry response time, the company had to fix the problem quickly. Lack of responsiveness is a common symptom of NAND flash-based mobile devices that are bogged down by the standard default drivers included with the operating system.

Luckily the system integrator on the project had seen this problem before, and recommended switching toTuxera FlashFX Pro (today sold as FlashFX Tera), an intelligent flash management solution that provides improved performance and better data reliability, for more responsive and reliable devices. FlashFX products also give manufacturers flexibility and faster integration with over 300 flash chip part numbers, including pre-written support for SLC and MLC NAND and NOR parts from top manufacturers, fusion flash, and application processor flash controllers. The system integrator also recommended switching the default file system to Tuxera Reliance Nitro, a high-performance reliable file system. Reliance Nitro improves the speed of file and directory access by several orders of magnitude, while continuing to deliver rock-solid reliability. Its unique combination of tree-based directory architecture, extent based design, and faster atomic transactions, gives a performance benefit for I/O throughput and metadata operations.

The results

With the help of Tuxera’s software, the company has the most responsive and reliable handheld mobile computers available on the market. In addition to features like cutting-edge wireless technology, user-friendly ergonomics, and multi-functional data capture, the devices now offer improved productivity, lower operating costs, and fewer hassles – attributes that are appreciated by front-line workers, managers, and cost accountants alike.

* This customer success story has been updated July 8, 2020. Datalight was originally mentioned as the software provider in this story. As of 2019, Datalight Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera Inc. Tuxera now owns all of Datalight’s former products, including the ones mentioned in this project. Tuxera is dedicated to providing superior technical know-how in data storage challenges and responsive customer support.

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Success story – Tuxera software powers SpaceX Falcon 9 on her maiden voyage

Tuxera Reliance™ and FlashFX Pro™ (today sold as FlashFX Tera) deliver mission-critical data storage for spacecraft.

Dreams take flight

June 4th, 2010 – SpaceX sent the Falcon 9 rocket on its maiden voyage from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a successful orbital insertion. Falcon 9 is a reusable spacecraft which will be used to resupply the International Space Station under the Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program.

We at Tuxera are delighted that SpaceX selected our Reliance and FlashFX Pro software to protect mission-critical data from the rigors of space travel – such as shock, vibration, temperature extremes, and radiation.

Emily Shanklin, Director, Marketing and Communications for SpaceX had this to say about Tuxera: “Datalight’s* software enables reliable flash-based embedded computing for SpaceX’s upcoming Falcon 9 and Dragon spacecraft missions in the data-hostile conditions of space.”

* This customer success story has been updated July 8, 2020. Datalight was originally mentioned as the software provider in this story. As of 2019, Datalight Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tuxera Inc. Tuxera now owns all of Datalight’s former products, including the ones mentioned in this project. Tuxera is dedicated to providing superior technical know-how in data storage challenges and responsive customer support.

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