Securely transporting edge data storage from location to location.


Solving the logistical, economic and customer experience challenges of shipping edge storage devices from location to location.

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Shipping edge storage refers to the process of physically transporting edge storage devices, such as hard drives or solid-state drives, from one location to another. This is a common practice for organizations that need to move large amounts of data between data centers, remote locations, or other facilities. However, shipping edge storage can also present a number of challenges and risks that organizations need to be aware of.

  • Data Security: One of the biggest risks associated with shipping edge storage is the potential for data to be compromised during transit. Shipping devices can be lost, damaged, or stolen, potentially exposing sensitive information.
  • Physical Damage: Shipping edge storage devices can also be prone to physical damage due to shock, vibration, or temperature changes during transit. This can lead to data loss or corruption, and may require costly repairs or replacements.
  • Logistical Challenges: Shipping edge storage can also present logistical challenges, such as coordinating the transportation of devices between multiple locations, tracking the progress of shipments, and ensuring that the devices are properly packaged and handled during transit.
  • Time and Cost: Shipping edge storage can also be time-consuming and expensive, especially for large-scale deployments or shipments over long distances. Organizations need to factor in the cost of shipping, handling, and insurance when making decisions about transporting edge storage.

Transporting edge storage devices using traditional courier services can create logistical complexities that Envio can help you solve, these include: 

  • Removing the requirement to print out and affix a shipping label to each container
  • Enabling remote tracking of the device as it moves through a complex supply chain
  • Allowing the user to understand when a container has been opened or subjected to abnormal G-Forces or Temperatures.

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