How is data loss prevented?
Within the Protonet solution, the hard drives are redundantly stored in a RAID construct (Redundant Array of Independent Disks). RAID 1 stores the same data on all disks (mirroring). When a hard disk fails, the other one can supply all the data. RAID 5 is a composite of hard disks, where each disk stores a portion of the total data and part of the parity files. When one harddrive fails it can be reconstructed out of the parity files.
The server versions with 2×2 TB or 2×4 TB hard drive constellations have RAID 1 redundancy, the 4×4 TB variant has RAID 5.
The Protonet server comes with an unalterable software called SOUL which ensures the stability of the solution and the safety of the data. Desired Additional services can be run on the Protonet server within virtual machines.