Continued Dedication to Innovation Supports Company Vision to Preserve Digital Assets Forever
BOULDER, Colo. – August 10, 2015 – Spectra Logic, the deep storage experts, announced today that it has been awarded its 100th United States patent. This achievement marks a significant moment in the company’s more than 35 year history and reflects its continued commitment to technological innovation and development.
Spectra Logic’s patent portfolio covers various aspects of hardware, software and entire library systems. The portfolio primarily covers general technology innovation, with a concentration on recognized advancements in hardware and software directed to Spectra’s deep storage products.
While the majority of Spectra Logic’s patents are utility patents, the most recent two were for design. The 99th patent recognizes the visual design of Spectra® Verde disk appliance and the100th patent, U.S. Patent No. D72, 922, protects the unique aesthetic design of Spectra Logic’s BlackPearl Deep Storage Gateway.
“We are proud to have received our 100th patent, and feel that it truly represents Spectra Logic’s persistent dedication to developing new technologies and enduring passion to improve the way our customers preserve their digital content for years to come,” said Brett Huston, vice president and general counsel, Spectra Logic. “Securing patents is one component of Spectra’s corporate strategy to differentiate and protect its unique and innovative solutions.”
For more information about Spectra Logic, visit www.SpectraLogic.com.
About Spectra Logic
Spectra Logic develops deep storage solutions that solve the problem of long term storage for business and technology professionals dealing with exponential data growth. Dedicated solely to storage innovation for more than 35 years, Spectra Logic’s uncompromising product and customer focus is proven by the largest information users in multiple vertical markets globally. Spectra enables affordable, multi-decade data storage and access by creating new methods of managing information in all forms of deep storage—including archive, backup, cold storage, cloud and private cloud.