New patents further extend the company’s leadership in composable disaggregated storage.

Pavilion Data Systems, an industry leader in NVMe-oF storage technologies, announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued three additional patents – US10235098, US10216423, US10191812 – for the company’s NVMe-oF Storage Platform, bringing the total of current patents to 13. The new patents cover writable clones with minimal overhead, streams across multiple controllers to improve solid-state drive performance and recovery mechanism for low latency metadata log.

“NVMe and NVMe-oF present an opportunity to redefine the storage array,” said V. R. Satish, chief technology officer of Pavilion Data. “Customers worldwide are rapidly deploying our systems to take advantage of the latest NVMe-based technology for both new and existing environments. We believe that these patents are a fundamental example of ‘designed-for’ software, leveraging our proven, revolutionary storage system hardware to provide low latency I/O at high throughput.”

About Pavilion Data Systems

Pavilion Data Systems empowers organizations to make better decisions, faster. Pavilion’s ultra-fast, rack-scale NVMe-over-Fabric Storage Platform ingests, processes, stores and serves an order of magnitude more data for massively-parallel, modern applications. Pavilion’s solutions enable Internet and SaaS companies, cloud service providers and enterprises to deliver business-critical applications at the speed of direct-attached storage, yet with the economics, reliability, manageability and data services of shared storage. To find out more, visit or follow the company on Twitter at



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