London, United Kingdom, May 15, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Secure data storage should be a priority of every organization, but existing options were evidently too expensive to implement, judging by the widespread lack of available backups in Healthcare, Utility, and other institutions in the recent Global Ransomeware attack. Relying on decryption does not guarantee the data has not been tampered with, whereas a mere restoration of the data from a recent backup is all that it takes to completely recover pristine data.
Baseport has developed a clusterable 100 TeraByte proof-of-concept unit which upon further funding and development will lead to the mid 2017 demonstration of the economical and power-efficient PetaByte storage prototype, with commercialization to follow in 2018.
Headquartered in London UK, BasePort Laboratories is a technical leader in healthcare data-management systems with combined strengths in hardware & operating system development, nVidia accelerated Deep Learning, Open-Source software integration and proprietary optimizations such as industry leading data compression. BasePort's unique hardware supports from small research groups up to equipping large data centres. BasePort’s systems are primarily engineered for the massive mega-PetaByte genomic data storage and processing requirements of Personalised Medicine healthcare strategies, where rapid data integration & analysis is required to enable accurate patient diagnosis, followed by decades of secure and reliable archival storage.