KLDiscovery Announces Issuance of Three U.S. Patents for Nebula Hardware Technology
KLDiscovery Inc., a leading provider of global electronic discovery, information governance, and data recovery technology solutions, announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued three patents related to delivery of Nebula software from self-contained hardware appliances, such as Nebula Enterprise™. Built for behind-the-firewall installations at massive scale, Nebula Enterprise brings the full power of Nebula to any IT rack system, providing our clients with total control over internal data management.
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“We look forward to contributing to the evolution of the legal technology industry with our comprehensive approach to software delivery.”
With these new patent grants, KLDiscovery adds patents US11140212, US11178208, and US11190574 to its already robust IP portfolio. The patents cover a variety of telemetry, automation, and remote access considerations, ensuring the highest standards of operability and data security even in customer-managed environments.
“Acquiring US patents for this technology further positions both Nebula & Nebula Enterprise as cutting-edge eDiscovery solutions designed to meet the demands of a diverse, global customer base. With Nebula Enterprise, our engineers have addressed growing IT security and compliance concerns with SaaS reliance, while simultaneously putting the next generation of eDiscovery in the hands of our most capable customers,” said Christopher Weiler, CEO of KLDiscovery Inc. “We look forward to contributing to the evolution of the legal technology industry with our comprehensive approach to software delivery.”
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