The idea behind Phazr.IO is quite simple.
- The original data are encoded into multiple pieces.
- Each of these pieces are indecipherable on it's own.
- These pieces are transmitted to different physical locations.
- The data is readable only when the user has obtained enough pieces. For example, any 5 out of the 8 pieces.
- If some of the pieces are corrupted, that's okay as long as the user can access any 5 pieces.
This is quite useful when data links to satellites are of poor qualities.
We at Phazr.IO believes that data dispersal is the new standard for data management.
As our data storage world is becoming increase distributed and unstructured, we need a foundation that offer better security, reliability and efficiencies than traditional "pre-Cloud" storage.