Sagemcom Broadband has selected Microsoft exFAT by Paragon Software for its Linux-based series of routers.

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Paragon’s exFAT driver for Linux is said to provide ultra-fast and transparent read and write access to exFAT volumes from Linux systems, with additional performance optimization for modern Linux kernels and lower CPU memory consumption.

Further, Paragon exFAT driver is based on the company’s proprietary File System Link (FSL, formerly, UFSD) cross-platform technology that enables any device to communicate and gain access to storage media regardless of file system type. Already installed in millions of devices and integrated by major suppliers, Paragon’s cross-platform tools provide the highest data throughput speeds exceeding native performance.

Paragon said its FSL technology provides transparent, full read/write access to non-native file systems such as exFAT, NTFS, FAT32, HFS+, APFS under Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, QNX, and other platforms. Paragon FSL provides a valuable enhancement for OEMs, benefiting external storage support end users.

Officially covered by Microsoft patent rights, Paragon’s driver is available for direct implementation to OEMs, ODMs and independent software vendors for integration into devices and antivirus, forensic and data recovery solutions without the need to obtain Microsoft licensing.

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