enCapsa is a patented and very simple way of deconstructing all data to elemental parts we call digital stem cells (or DSCs for short) so that all data becomes the same.
These elemental parts called DSCs allow data, document or image metadata from anywhere on the planet to be placed in one data store. They allow us to ignore the differences between data types and store them in a single data store as though they were from the same source.>
Not needing to worry about the structure of your data or whether it is structured or unstructured, allows you to merge, search and analyze vastly different data types with a fraction of the effort that would be required using traditional methods.>
By putting data, document and image metadata into the enCapsa data store you will be able to create new types of information streams that can be easily shared or distributed across institutions, groups or the Web in new and exciting ways.
Essentially, you use Web and other tools to ingest data, documents and image files into the enCapsa space.
enCapsa then does its magic, breaking up the data file (or the metadata behind a formatted document or image file) into these elemental parts called DSCs that then go into a special data store we affectionately call the "Soup".
Instantly, all your diverse and disparate data comes together into one database and is now available to everyone in your universe, across institutions, organizations and enterprises.
You can now use any search term to find diverse data records, documents or images. This is all done in a fraction of the time that would have been required using tradtional methods.