Our patented Active Transactional Data Replication™ technology gives you continuous consistent connectivity to data as it changes wherever it is located. It provides you with access to your data anytime and anywhere with no downtime and no disruption. Join other organizations around the world already using our technology to gain real insight from data.
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Our Chief Scientist Dr Yeturu Aahlad is a recognized world-wide authority on distributed computing. His vision and persistence over five years of unpaid work led to the invention of our patented Active Transactional Data Replication™ technology. Our technology solves the eight fallacies of distributed computing and takes the Paxos algorithm to the next level. Many said this was impossible.
“Computer science still says what we have done is impossible but it’s not.”
We work with organisations all over the world and in all sectors to guarantee real-time access to their data anytime and anywhere with no downtime and no disruption.
”Guaranteed data consistency, near zero time to recovery, no performance overhead and low admin overhead were critical for us. WANdisco was the only solution that solved all these problems“
”We haven’t found any other technology that can provide us with the 100% uptime and performance we need to meet the needs of the medical practitioners who use our hosted applications“
”We faced significant challenges around the extreme levels of availability, performance and guaranteed real-time data consistency across locations that our customers required. No other solution we evaluated came close to WANdisco Fusion …and gave us the flexibility to move to different platforms.“
More and more of our world today runs on the free flow of data whether it’s through smartphones, chips, sensors or cloud computing.
Thanks to modern computing, the 8 fallacies of distributed computing are being rendered obsolete
The only certainty about Brexit, the UK’s departure from the European Union, is that it is going to create uncertainty in terms of data sovereignty, particularly in the field of cloud computing.