Our patented replication technology means we deliver guaranteed access to operation-critical information 24/7 across challenging and unreliable networks in some of the most hostile and remote locations in the world. Used by Governments, Defence, Oil and Gas, Commercial Maritime and Mining organisations across the globe, we are proven to reduce the time to replicate large quantities of data from a day to a matter hours.
Irrespective of the network connection speed, it is crucial to minimize data to a fraction of its original size to send over any network to execute a phase of replication. Compression of updates is particularly important where the network connection is challenging or where the end user is operating at the edge of the corporate network. Our unique Epsilon® technology compresses data by up to 99.9%.
iOra Geo-Replicator monitoring provides a tool for reporting on the health and status of iOra Geo-Replicator systems. The iOra Geo-Replicator Monitor user interface can be used by anyone to determine the status of deployed replication. A drill down capability is available for technical engineers to directly support deployment and troubleshooting activities.
“Providing timely updates to tankers around the world’s oceans have presented logistical problems. iOra’s solution is designed to allow us to deliver updated information quickly and efficiently.”
“The Regs4ships system with iOra Geo-Replicator® allows shore managers and ships’ crews to refer to integrated data in near real time.”
“iOra continues to be an integral part of the Ministry of Defence, delivering essential software across the organisation. Their software delivers a one stop strategy, saving time, money and resources.”
“In terms of the benefits to the Australian Department of Defence, they now have access to the full SharePoint platform capability – any time, anywhere – literally!”
“The introduction of Geo-Replicator® has enabled us to work with much improved efficiency and has now been deployed across the fleet to transforming the way we operate.”