Storage providers are located in every major city around the world
99.999999999999999999 percent durability guaranteed
Average cost savings compared to traditional cloud storage providers
We create a competitive marketplace for 20,000+ storage providers to bid on storing an individually useless piece of encrypted data.
Our unique architecture does as much as possible to remove the significance of hardware durability from the equation. Therefore our end storage providers don’t need to invest millions or even billions of dollars on physical infrastructure in order for our solution to be exceptionally durable.
When data is stored with Bifrost Cloud, files are encrypted and
broken up into multiple pieces using erasure coding. The pieces
are distributed to storage providers across the network.
When data is retrieved from the network, the pieces will be retrieved from various storage providers and the original data will be reassembled and transferred to the client’s local machine and then decrypted for consumption. Only 40% of the pieces are required for reassembly.
At rest, data stored on the network is automatically monitored for file consistency. If available file pieces have fallen below a certain threshold, the network triggers a file repair immediately to make sure it always maintains enough healthy pieces on the network for retrieval.
Data resiliency is a critical component of any organization's data management strategy, as it refers to the ability of data to endure and recover from various types of failures, such as hardware or power outages, natural disasters, and security breaches. This resiliency is predicated on several key factors, including availability, durability, redundancy, and security, which must be carefully orchestrated to ensure the continuity of data access and protection.
Storage nodes only stores a fraction of the encrypted file to prevent any party from accessing user data in full.
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