JMR’s New DataMover provides unparalleled performance, security and convenience for transferring Gigabyte to Terabyte-sized files at near line speeds across local, wide, and global area networks
The JMR DataMover appliance is a high speed enterprise class data mover that operates at near line speed and is independent of file size or depth of directory nesting. This allows users to quickly and easily transfer large and small files across networks, whether locally, across the nation, or around the world. The system includes the capability to compress, de-duplicate, encrypt, and difference data, in virtually any combination, during data movement. All of these features operate at full bandwidth, independent of any latency introduced by the distance between the source and destination.
With the DataMover, typical transfers across a 10GbE fiber optic link are in excess of 925MB/s with a 300ms latency and approximately 1.1 GB/s with lower latencies. JMR has tested file transfers inclusive of media files, such as DPX, large contiguous mezzanine files, and metadata files that typically choke even the highest bandwidth connections.
The system includes a 2U appliance running CentOS and the DataMover application, which uses TCP/IP for orderly accelerated transactions and “drop-in” implementation with existing infrastructures. The appliance provides dual GbE and dual 10GbE networking ports and includes a custom, easy-to-use GUI that is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux OS.
A typical deployment would consist of two DataMover units. A user would go to the simple user interface on one of the units, and select the file or folder to transfer and enter the IP address or name of the other JMR unit. The hybrid software and hardware solution will analyze and configure the transfer to account for latencies and different file types, sizes, and quantity. Simply pressing the transfer button starts the transfer, while real-time transfer status and progress bar are provided to the user.
“Our DataMover appliance will set new industry milestones in delivering unparalleled, secure data transfer performance and convenience for any market application that requires the most expedient means to transfer data across LAN, WAN and GAN networks,” said Josef Rabinovitz, president and CEO of JMR Electronics. “Imagine the cost and time savings in markets like finance, oil and gas, high performance computing, digital cinema, broadcast, media streaming, genome and the like in the reduction of transfer time per file for a given bandwidth, and the resultant benefit of being able to send more files in the same timeframe is a significant performance achievement. To help facilitate ease-of-transfer convenience, the system also incorporates a web-based directory/folder directory which allows any authorized users to upload and download files with a simple browser plug-in. Best yet, each DataMover is priced from $15,995.”
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Mr. Chan is a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, author and angel investor. He played key executive roles early on in helping to pioneer and usher in both professional digital audio and digital video technologies for the recording, broadcast, cinematic and post production industries. He also played key executive roles in helping to develop and market data storage technologies. His expansive background spans four decades in ever increasing executive roles in operations, business development, engineering and sales/marketing in the information technology, media & entertainment, storage and networking, and other related high technology industries.
He is an active mentor and senior advisor to many established and start-up companies, a market/technology analyst, and has three decades of experience in brand development, management consulting, company turnarounds, creative advertising and public relations.
A graduate of California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo; Mr. Chan is celebrating his 12th year as a Board of Director for the Fullerton College Foundation and recipient of the 2017 President’s Award for Outstanding Service in Business; 17th year as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence and mentor for the Small Business Institute at California State University Fullerton and incubators. Additionally, he is a volunteer member of DECA (Delta Epsilon Chi and Distributive Education Clubs of America); an advisor to the College of Engineering's Global Waste Research Institute and Center For Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and a member of the President’s Green and Gold Society. Passionate about hospice care, he was the past Board President for the Healing Hearts Association; and is a regularly featured speaker at many MBA and Doctorate level lectures around the country. He has presented and published over 30 papers worldwide, is a book co-author, an Editorial Board Member for the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, Senior Editor for Broadcast Beat and AV Beat Magazines, past Senior Editor for Computer Technology Review, and is a regularly featured Contributing Editor to many US and international trade publications for over 30 years.
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