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Zebware’s ZebClient Delivers Boost To Cloud Data Access Speeds


Swedish software company Zebware has announced test results verifying that its cloud data memory bridge, ZebClient, delivers an outstanding boost to cloud data access speeds. ZebClient is built on patented technology including Zebware’s proprietary erasure code which secures both data redundancy and performance.

According to the company, ZebClient disaggregates storage from compute and maximizes the utilization of local memory to provide an exceptional performance where up to 500 times faster access speeds were demonstrated in tests performed at Intel’s 5G Innovation Center in Stockholm, Sweden.

ZebClient increases the speed of reads and writes by maximizing and optimizing the utilization of Intel Optane persistent memory and Optane SSDs, including the ability to simultaneously read from multiple nodes in a cluster. The built-in tiering algorithms improve the performance even further. ZebClient also provides a unified access for object and file data and is available for deployments on bare metal, hypervisors, Docker and in a beta version for Kubernetes, the company added.

The disaggregation of storage combined with the data access speed acceleration, translates into a solution where durable cloud storage can be efficiently used even for the most demanding applications like analytics, ML and AI. Applications retrieving data via ZebClient can operate as if the cloud data were present on-prem. ZebClient truly provides the best of the two worlds of on-prem and cloud to secure a high-performance, cost-efficient, scalable, and future-proof IT infrastructure solution.

Zebware has teamed up with Intel to verify the ZebClient effects on performance. From an Intel perspective, ZebClient optimizes the benefits of Intel Optane persistent memory for hot data and Optane SSDs for warm data, enabling high-speed data processing and cost-efficient cloud storage.

ZebClient is now available for download and is offered on a subscription basis where the price is based on the actual usage of the product.