Do you know how to speed up global transfer for film productions? Raysync will give you the answer! As the enterprise file transfer expert, Raysync will participate in BaM LIVE!, a free webinar held by IABM, on September 22, sharing the file transfer technology with attendees. - Theme: How to speed up global transfer for film productions - Time: 22nd September, 8:00-8:30 a.m. - Speaker: Ben Cheung, VP of Raysyn - Free webinar Link: https://theiabm.org/bam-live/ With the topic of how to speed up global transfer for film productions, Ben Cheung, the vice president of Raysync, will share the insights on how Raysync helps clients in render farm and post-production industries to achieve efficient and secure transfer and help clients speed up the data transfers up to 100 folds. If you are interested in the topic, please click here, register and book your free place NOW! After registering, you can participate in our webinar and other hot topic live events for free. BaM LIVE! is an online event designed for everyone in Broadcast & Media to interact and build business relationships with fellow participants and learn about the latest key trends and hot topics in the industry from a global range of diverse, expert speakers. This year, BaM LIVE! will focus on designing data-driven media supply chains. This includes AI and ML technology to create, manage and deliver content, the increasing reliance on data to power media’s digital transformation as well as evidence-driven supply chain management enabling informed decision-making at media organizations with informative and engaging sessions. Raysync is looking forward to e-meet you at BaM LIVE!
There are several file collaboration computer code and platforms on the market with totally different functions and value levels, therefore it's troublesome to work out the most effective file collaboration platform. Most file collaboration sites will give free account choices and drag-and-drop practicality, however most businesses ought to invest during a bed arrangement. In the era of an enormous file, enterprises ought to make sure that the instrumentality employed by internal and external groups isn't strained by IT infrastructure so that they'll have the liberty to access connected files quickly. The accessed file refers to shared massive file directories and varied styles of files. free freedom refers to all or any native file centers, remote file centers, and third-party cloud platforms. Raysync provides ultra-fast, stable, and secure file-sharing solutions for enterprises, that ensure enterprises will safely and handily transmit their digital assets globally. The Raysync file transfer system supports file transfer interactions between departments and groups. Files are quickly shared and distributed, and remote file collaboration is additionally supported. A lightweight internet Interface User-friendly interaction and intuitive interface create it simple for users to send files or folders of any size to one recipient or an outsized team by email. Quick Access and Share Files Raysync provides a cloud service to synchronize files among networks and computers. It will store the file on multiple cloud platforms, native or remote file centers. It supports an online browser to access and share files on computers and alternative devices. Transfer massive Files at most Speed In the state of affairs of poor network and ultra-long-distance transmission, Raysync will still absolutely complete the transmission of huge files and large tiny files. Full File coding Protection Raysync has an associate ultra-high security defense perform to guard shared files between internal and external. Multiple security protections are established through user biometric identification, file integrity verification, and also the AES-256 coding algorithmic rule. Many of those platforms have substantial limitations, therefore it's vital to gauge your distinctive business wants before creating a call. several corporations have determined that they have to use the facility of associate enterprise content management system to stay all information so as, and a lot of significantly, optimize operational potency by automating several processes associated with file collaboration. I think that Raysync will certainly be your more sensible choice. For details, please see the official website: https://www.raysync.io/.
About this event Tired of sharing files with slow internet? Join our free webinar and live demo sessions to learn how Raysync offers you a high-speed solution that is 200 times faster than your traditional FTP transfer methods, utilizing up to 96% of your bandwidth that fulfil your demand efficiently! Date: 11AM - 12PM, 18th August 2021 In this webinar, you may learn: - Who we are? - Robust HPC & Raysync - Introducing Raysync: The Fast File Transfer Solution - A patented tranmission protocol utilizing up to 96% of your bandwidth and transfer files at long-distance across borders at maximum speed. - A complete enterprise solution for secure file-sharing, collaboration and management. - Product & Interactive Demo: - Demo: Transnational transfer between different locations - Demo: Download/Upload tests from participants - Showcasing the Admin Console & User Interface - Q&A + Prize Giveaways Win prize giveaways that worth $3599 during our interactive session: - 1x Raysync Enterprise License with Unlimited users - 2x Raysync SMB License with maximum 50 users - 10x Touch 'n Go Cash Credits worth RM20 More info regarding Raysync: We’re proud that Raysync - our Cross-Border, High-Performance and Large File Transmission Enterprise Solution, is able to tackle your needs. With its industry-leading core technology in the transmission engine, Raysync is able to transfer your files blazingly fast, in fact, 80-90% faster than your conventional FTP that fulfils your demand efficiently. Massive Small File Transfer Raysync is designed with a new data access technology to make sure that the upload speed for your small file transfers can reach up to 4,981 files per second and a download speed of 5293 files per second!! This translates to a transfer speed that is 200 times faster than FTP and 2 times quicker than your read/write speed on your local drives! This dramatically improves data transmission efficiency, stability, and effectively reduces data latency. Transfer Speed Acceleration Upgrade Raysync’s ultra-high-speed transmission operation is simple, with the transmission engine activated, it will allow the FTP transmission speed to be increased by a thousand times, achieving a speed ratio of 100:1 second. Based on the new UDP protocol and congestion control mechanism, our Raysync team utilise the new ACK algorithm to quickly recover any packet loss and avoid congestion queues, which greatly increases the transmission speed and maintains stability. Cross-Border Secure File Transfer Raysync adopts an advanced transmission technology that is unaffected by network delay and packet loss, making it more stable and efficient than the traditional file transmission technologies such as FTP, HTTP or CIFS. Raysync is also designed to be user-friendly and easy-to-deploy supporting cross-platform operations, free from file size and network type restrictions, thus enabling large-scale, and cross-border TB-levels large file transfers. Highlighted Features: - High-Speed Transfer: The unique transmission optimization protocol in Raysync provides businesses with the best network experience with 99.9% availability. - User-Friendly Interface: Standardized equipment is easy to install and supports bypass deployment to greatly reduce implementation costs. - Flexibility to Expand: The newly added networking point has zero impact on the original network structure and has superior scalability that help resolves the expansion of branches at any time. - Secure Data: Users can set passwords freely and encrypt them with asymmetric RSA/AES algorithm. The operation is blazingly fast and extremely secure while maintaining low consumption of system resources.
1. Introduction The Data Mover Challenge 2021/22 is a challenge organized by NSCC Singapore since 2018. The charter of the DMC is to build a platform and bring together experts from industry and academia to test their high performance data transfer solutions across the Data Transfer Nodes testbed set up in various countries connected by 100G and beyond international networks. The challenge focuses on optimizing point-to-point data transfers between sites – a crucial step forward in advancing research collaboration and sharing. Participants from all over the world will compete by deploying the best software tools on Data Transfer Nodes that are set up within existing international networks across the globe. 2. The Challenge DMC 2021 will run from 1 August to 31 October 2021. Participating teams will be given 5 days to deploy and run data transfer tests based on given scenarios: - 3 days to set up the software - 2 days to run the data transfer and demonstrate software to judges A video conference zoom session will be set up for participants to present their solution and results with interview from the judges prior to the data transfer demonstration test. 3. Network Topology 4. Data Mover Challenge Competition Schedule 7 teams will take part in the competition. And Raysync will run the data transfer tests from 27th Sep to 1st Oct. The winning team’s leader will be invited to attend SupercomputingAsia 2022 https://www.scasia.org/ in Mar 2021 in Singapore for an award presentation and solution showcase. 5. About Raysync Solution Basing upon UDP’s high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync breaks through the bottleneck of large file transfer which satisfies enterprises’ needs by building an intelligent transfer platform that processes and integrates massive data at an unprecedented speed. Our solutions enable you to send files of any size or format at full line speed, hundreds of times faster than FTP, while ensuring secure and reliable delivery. For more info and pricing packages, please visit www.raysync.io.
Introduction A point-to-point connection in telecommunications relates to a communication between two terminals or nodes. Point-to-point is shortened to P2P sometimes. In sharing platforms or in other data-sharing protocols between people, this use of P2P is separate from the use of P2P which means peer-to-peer. For instance, a telephone call when one phone is connected to another, and only the others could hear what one caller says. In contrast, this is a topology for point-to-multipoint or broadcast communication, where several nodes can receive information from a node. Additional instances of point-to-point links include leased lines, microwave relays, and two-way radio. For example, radio and television broadcasts are points-to-multiple. - Have you used P2P? P2P transfer is now widely used to share files by many enterprises in their work after LAN, FTP, and HTTP are outdated. - P2P transfer, known as point-to-point transfer, is an instant file transfer mode, which aimed to enable all clients to provide resources, including bandwidth, storage space, and computing capacity. P2P transfer technology has wide application scenarios, such as audio, video, and data sharing in various formats. - How does P2P technology transfer files instantly? Why P2P transfer is accepted widely by many enterprises? In this article, let’s start with these two questions and explore the answers to point-to-point transfer. Everything about P2P Transfer in One Picture With the growing number of IP cores combined on one chip, the system-on-chip architecture is able to deploy complicated applications. The enormous need for communication and the ample computing capability on the chip put a considerable burden on the architecture in communication. Scalable communication architectures are therefore needed to implement future systems efficiently. Two types of communication systems, namely point-to-point and bus-based designs have traditionally been explored. At the expense of the specific channels between all communicating IP pairs, P2P communication designs can provide the most communication performance. However, in terms of high complexity, expense, and design effort these designs are poorly scalable. By contrast, bus systems can connect a few dozen IP cores economically and eliminate the complexity of the system and the specific cables required by P2P systems. The traditional HTTP transfer is to copy data to the client via server, thus the transfer speed is restricted by the bandwidth. Especially in today's network environment, the large amount of clients connects to one server, the bandwidth of servers will be shared, and the bandwidth of clients is difficult to be fully utilized, resulting in low efficiency of overall data transfer. In general data transfer, client A and client B is essential to build a connection to the server, and then data will be transfer through the channel built by the server and data recipient. P2P transfer technology builds the direct channel between client A and client B, shorten the original upload-download "1+1" time to 1; Secondly, "client A-server-client b" is turned to "client A-client b", which does not transit through the server and does not consume the expensive storage space of the server. Figure 1. P2P transfer in one picture Cons & Pros of P2P Transfer P2P technology is popular in many industries such as film and media, Internet TV, telemedicine, it not only provides freedom and facility to data transfer but also integrates all potential Internet resources. In technical expert’s opinion, P2P transfer is a kind of instant technology for quick data moving and sharing, it is beneficial to creating opportunities for enterprises in today’s market environment driven by data. However, with 5G emerging and the continuous development of information technology, P2P transfer is undoubtedly a double-blade sword, so it’s difficult for enterprises to step forward. Cons: - Low cost: save the cost on the server. - Efficiency improved: remove the intermediate procedures and establish simple connections. - High stability: eliminate the server-centered single-point service in the past, form the decentralized P2P transfer organization, which solved the fault problem caused by the central single point. Pros: Network bandwidth resources are consumed in large quantities: The concurrent connection of P2P transfer makes the resources consumed in large quantities, it is easy to cause network congestion and reduce the performance of other applications. Inconvenient management: The P2P transfer is decentralized, the amount of users is huge thus it’s hard to take care of all users. Security risks of data leakage: The widely use of P2P transfer leads to someone use the loopholes in the system to invade user privacy and destroy data. Some criminals even add viruses in the P2P transfer process, which poses a threat to users' computer security. The P2P transfer technology is not strong enough to satisfy enterprises’ various needs, therefore, there must be a breakthrough. According to whether the clients are in the same network environment, the difficulty degree of P2P transfer technology is different. What modern technologies can be used to optimize and how to optimize? Let's continue to explore the principle of P2P technology and try to find a breakthrough. P2P technology upgrading Based on NAT+Raysync The transmission protocol of RaySync has abandoned the use of transmission messages as both byte counts and TCP protocol. With its revolutionary UDP transmission method, Raysync overcomes faults in existing TCP-based file transfer protocols . The transmission speed of FTP/HTTP is hundreds of times higher and is not reduced by the size of the file, transmit distance, or network difficulties. Raysync can offer secure internal and external sharing of data, enabling you to securely upload, download and edit files on a user-friendly interface. Send huge files via mobile devices and web browsers in every location and anywhere. Characteristics RaySync transmission protocol may make full use of a broad network of bandwidths for the fastest transfer of data. It can enable users in the huge data distribution application scenario to finish the big data transfer in the least time. The multi-channel parallel transmission feature of the link is supported by RaySync Transmission Protocol. When a client interfaces between point B and point A, a multiplicity of unrelated data streams can quickly be transferred in Parallel via the multi-parallel channel property. The transfer of these data streams does not require the handshake connection process, which considerably enhances the transmission in real-time. RaySync transmission protocol is UDP-based and may transit over various NAT devices smoothly. Here we divided into two situations for analysis: On the same network Assume that the internal network interface is 1000M, the LAN bandwidth is 10M, and the bandwidth utilization rate is 50%. Client A and Client B are in the same network environment, as shown in the following figure. If the traditional file transfer method is adopted, the A user needs to upload the file to the server first, and then B can download it from the server, there only 10M network bandwidth will be utilized in the whole transfer process. While through point-to-point transfer, A and B can directly establish a connection, file transfer makes full use of the network bandwidth of 1000M, and the transfer efficiency can be improved by 100X. Figure 2. P2P technology on the same network Raysync combined the P2P technology with Raysync ultra-high-speed transfer protocol, the network bandwidth is fully utilized up to 96%. The file transfer process is accelerated, the TB-level big data and massive data transfer have never been easier. Figure 3. P2P technology upgrading Based on NAT+Raysync On the different network Client A and client B are in two different network environments, and they need to try to connect with the target end to judge whether they can penetrate the network to establish communication. The P2P transfer between two clients will be different according to different clients. Several common P2P transfer methods through middleware include Relaying, Connection reversal, UDP hole punching. Through the following characteristic comparison table, we can simply grasp the characteristics and application scenarios of these methods. Table 1. Characteristics and compassion table According to the methods listed above, Raysync P2P transfer will try to connect with the recipient end in priority. If it is failed to connect, it will be connected by reverse connection or UDP punching. If it is still failed to connect, then the server transfers will be adopted. Raysync will automatically select the best transfer mode in the whole process, reduce the network burden and make full use of network resources. Besides, the P2P transfer based on UDP needs to consider the type of NAT, because the penetration ways of different NAT combinations are not consistent, some can penetrate, while some cannot. Figure 4. P2P technology on the different networks Digging deep into NAT penetration technology, Raysync combines more than 10 NAT penetration technologies with Raysyncb ultra-high-speed transfer protocol and simultaneously applies on P2P transfer. In practical application, the penetration effect of these 10 NAT combinations can meet the current P2P transfer needs. Even in the face of a few impenetrable situations, Raysync may still be able to improve the transfer efficiency and find the optimal solution for P2P transfer. A More Universal P2P Transfer through Innovation on Speed and Management Transfer acceleration ensures efficiency improving In the point-to-point transfer, the patented Raysync ultra-high-speed transfer protocol is adopted. This protocol can eliminate the bottleneck at the bottom layer, it is immune to limitation of the traditional network and hardware, fully utilize the network bandwidth, and realize ultra-low latency, high speed, and end-to-end output service, the transfer rate is improved by nearly one hundred times, thus easily achieves the safe, controllable and stable transfer of TB-level large files and massive small files. Figure 5. P2P technology on the different networks about penetration and acceleration Comparison of the point-to-point transfer efficiency Test environment: - Shenzhen-Beijing, network latency 35ms~45ms, packet loss rate 1% - Server: Alibaba cloud Shenzhen, CentOS 8.3, 2 vCPU 4 GiB, bandwidth 100M, SSD disk - ClientA: Alibaba cloud Shenzhen, CentOS 8.3, 2 vCPU 4 GiB, bandwidth 100M, SSD disk - ClientB: Alibaba cloud Beijing, CentOS 8.3, 2 vCPU 4 GiB, bandwidth 100M, SSD disk 2GB Large File Transfer: Raysync VS QQ Test Results: It takes 689 seconds to transfer 2GB files from Shenzhen to Beijing via QQ, with an average transfer speed of 23.77Mbps; While takes only 173 seconds with Raysync point-to-point transfer, the transfer speed is increased to 94.7Mbps, which is 516 seconds shorter than QQ. 84393 Small File Transfers: Raysync File transfer is automatic For team collaboration, Raysync supports automatically receive point-to-point files from your partners. Compared to the traditional P2P transfer method, Raysync saves your time spend on manually file reception. The auto file reception can be realized with one click to enable the “Allow to receive transfer files from partners” button. A data asset is strictly monitored The admin user can monitor every single task in the admin console. Enter Raysync admin console – Point-to-Point transfer, you could view the point-to-point transfer account, IP, task name, receiver ID, country, states, city, total file transmission quantity, and transmission speed. In the meantime, it supports viewing the details of the point-to-point transfer task being transmitted and stopping the operation, and supports one-click viewing and downloading for historical transfer tasks. All files and individuals traceable, each P2P task can be controlled by the admin. The comprehensive upgrade made by Raysync on P2P transfer overcomes the drawbacks of file and user management, enables point-to-point transfer to better meet the enterprise needs, and helps enterprises manage data more efficiently. Bank-level data security Based on the needs of customers in industries such as film and media, IT Internet, Raysync adopts AES-256+TLS encryption technology between client and server to guarantee end-to-end data security. Aiming at the port problem, Raysync only needs to expose one port, which can meet all users' access needs and greatly reduce the risk of firewall port exposure; Hash verification protection is carried out at the transfer message level, file block, and the whole file to ensure the integrity of the transfer content. The optimization made by Raysync on point-to-point transfer, which has outstanding performance in performance, reliability, and security. The upgraded management design meets the needs of modern enterprises. As a one-stop solution provider for large file transfer, Raysync can be used as a tool for enterprises to realize fast file cooperation, and can also be used as an enterprise data management platform to provide data transfer services for industries such as film and media, finance, IT Internet, etc.
Recently, Raysync released its new version V18.104.22.168. In this article, we'll interpret the eight new functions of V22.214.171.124 in detail, let's have a look! 1. Add "Delete files automatically " option 1) Click "Local storage" in the Storage option, you will find the local storage details and file delete option. The file delete setting only supports non-third-party object storage. 2) Check "Delete files automatically", it supports set automatically delete files which accessed/modified X days ago. For example, you could set automatically delete files that accessed seven days ago. 3) Set the directory to recycle the deleted files. All files automatically cleaned by users will be recycled to this directory, where users can retrieve files or clean files with one click. 2. File transfer in priority When there is more than one task waiting to be transmitted to the client, the task will be transferred in sequence. If you want to transfer one of the tasks in priority, you could click the "Top priority" icon to sort all the transfer tasks. 3. Add Google cloud storage Google cloud storage is added to the third-party cloud storages. 4. Support copy and paste the file path Raysync supports copying and pasting the file paths. For files with a deep directory, you could copy the path and forward it to your partners, and the they can quickly access the designated file/folder by pasting the path, which saving the time of step-by-step clicking. 5. Support query download times and user IP You could query about the download times and IP address of the shared files with this new function. 6. Support set the number of transferred files in parallel In general, the number of transferred files depends on the number of CPU-core. In V126.96.36.199, we add a new function to set the number of transferred files in parallel. Note: if the number you set to transfer in parallel exceeds the quantity of CPU cores, files will still be transmitted according to the number of CPU cores. 7. Support set whether to enable password for file sharing Raysync V188.8.131.52 supports enable or disable the sharing password. Besides, users are supported to custom the passwords . 8. Both files and folders can be selected for uploading Raysync optimizes the file uploading function, the new version supports selecting files and folders to upload at the same time, making it easier for users to operate and use.
Data transfer has played an important role for enterprises to conduct business with its customers, partners and suppliers while acting as its foundation in mining data value. However, the emergence of the Big Data era has spawned a massive amount of data, while various data types and interactive scenarios have become increasingly complex, the efficiency and security of data transfer is also facing its challenges. If enterprises desire to continue extract value and create opportunities, the foremost priority is to tackle data transfer. Challenges: ● While the amount of data has skyrocketed, the transfer efficiency is still poor; ● Data types are diverse and traditional transferring methods are difficult to guarantee its integrity; ● Network environment is complex while the cases of data loss and leakage are increasing; ● Cross-regional and long-distance teamwork has increased, but high latency and high packet loss rate have also become prominent. The key to solving the challenges above is to find a first-class data transfer engine. This would eminently support enterprises to build a high-speed, secure, and stable environment for data transfer, which brings an edge to lead in a data-driven development. The Great TCP Bottleneck Transfer protocol is the foundation beneath every data transfer, in which TCP is the most commonly used IP transport layer protocol. Compared to other protocols, TCP is able to provide a more reliable service for establishing connections between specific network systems and applications. Originally developed in the early 1970s when networks were still local and data files were small, TCP served as the basic protocol which enabled data to move efficiently and reliably within the local area network with very small bandwidth. To maintain this reliability, TCP ensures that the application data transmitted in a single TCP connection arrives at the receiver’s application in the same sequence as when it was sent. Therefore, TCP uses an algorithm to establish the connection between the sender and receiver, creating transfer requests in turn, and splitting the data into packets, which are then sent separately through the network without the need for acknowledgement until reaching its definition limit. . The sliding window protocol is used by TCP to define the data buffer. Figure 1 below is a simplified diagram that demonstrates how TCP sends out small packets over the network and how TCP windowing controls how much data can be transmitted without acknowledgement. As the packets are delayed, TCP will then slow down the transfer rate with a smaller window size, which further limits the number of unacknowledged packets allowed. TCP algorithm is proved to be effective when data transfer occurs over a short distance while the network is not congested. However, when the round trip time of packet transfer is inevitably increased by distance, both the performance and efficiency shall be affected. Especially under the scenarios of long-distance, transnational transfer, the transfer of large files and massive small files will expose the drawbacks of TCP protocol: ● Low transfer efficiency, end-to-end transfer requires sequence acknowledgement, the data processing is slow; ● Increase of data loss rate and latency when large files are transmitted; ● Extreme congestion control throttling which results in unnatural throughput loss; ● TCP cannot guarantee its reliability, its file check mechanism is imperfect. In essence, TCP cannot be defined as a reliable transfer in the true sense of the word. Especially under the pressure of data volume and distant transfer, TCP is unable to guarantee the efficiency of transfer and yet it may expose enterprises to data security threats. Raysync – A Brand New Transfer Protocol Raysync’s high-speed transfer protocol is a core transfer technology developed by Shenzhen Yunyu Technology Co., Ltd. based on the UDP transfer protocol. This breakthrough technology does not simply optimize or accelerate data transfer but it takes a leap forward in the transfer technology to completely eliminate the underlying bottleneck while overcoming the limitations of traditional network and hardware. Raysync is able to fully make use of network bandwidth thus provides an ultra-low latency, high speed and end-to-end output service. The transmission rate can be increased by nearly 100 times, achieving over 96% of bandwidth utilization rate while easily adhering to the security, controllability and stability requirements for TB-level large files and massive small files transfer. Transport Layer: A Black Tech that Overthrows the TCP Protocol The TCP transfer protocol does provide a reliable data transfer under ideal conditions, but with its fixed throughput bottleneck, a prominent and serious condition would occur due to high packet loss and latency caused by a long-distance network transfer. Raysync guarantees reliability in the application layer with an innovative method that eliminates drawbacks such as low efficiency in TCP, packet loss, processing errors and unstable transfer rate. To ensure 100% reliability, Raysync adopts the best mechanism that accurately identifies and passes on the actual packet loss condition on the transfer channel. Application Layer: Best Alternative to FTP The FTP transfer protocol has been used for more than 40 years, but it is also a fact that the efficiency of FTP file transfer has been far less than the growth rate of data in the face of today's complex file exchange requirements. FTP is even worse in the file management tasks that enterprises urgently need today. In order to transfer files while maintaining security through FTP, this requires complex scripts, continuous maintenance, and even other applications to assist. All of which may cause time and money losses to enterprises by varying degrees. Basing upon UDP’s high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync breaks through the bottleneck of large file transfer which satisfy enterprises’ needs by building an intelligent transfer platform that processes and integrates massive data at an unprecedented speed. Fast, Secure and Reliable Large File Transfer System With its high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync provides all-around support for enterprises in large file interactions and cross-platform cooperation, achieving standardization within and between enterprises. Raysync’s intelligent data compression and intermittent transfer technology can also effectively reduce the network load, providing breakpoint resume and data verification to ensure stable and reliable data transfer. The intelligent management system is able to meet the business requirements of enterprises such as data interaction, sync and backup. Raysync makes sure to quickly integrate itself into existing OA, ERP and other enterprise systems, thus effectively reducing R&D costs to achieve data file linkage between business systems and operating system platforms, avoiding data islands. While Raysync has been continuously improving its file transfer acceleration technology, it also embraces the objectives of solving enterprise file transfer management into its scope of service to a full extent, building a smart file transfer system: ● Data Synchronization Supports two-way file synchronization that maintains the consistency of data across multiple devices, ensuring no redundant fragmented files are produced and multi-point data sync are efficient. ● Point-to-point Transfer Adopts user ID to achieve point-to-point transfer, eliminating intermediate transfer for rapid file-sharing. ● Standard Bank-Level Encryption Technology With the AES-256+SSL+Random salt high-density encryption algorithm, even the developers are unable to recover the root password through the stored ciphertext, making sure the data security is worry-free. ● Audit Trails Uses transmission logs and operations logs to supervise user behavior, easily trace all operations and file content, effectively control improper usage behavior and help enterprises to achieve better file management. ● User-defined Management User-defined management perfectly plots out the organizational structure, supporting group management by defining regions, departments, and role-based permissions that set authority to standardize enterprise users' operation. ● Intelligence Nodes Management With intelligence nodes management equipped, it supports unified management of all node machines in both the internal and external network environment to monitor and collect all operation logs and data synchronously. ● Hybrid Cloud Storage Raysync supports more than 10 mainstream storage methods including hybrid storage effectively to assist enterprises to store, backup, migrate and synchronize their files in an orderly manner. Broad Experience in Servicing the Industry In order to aid enterprises to overcome challenges brought by Big Data, Raysync has been focusing on developing a secure and reliable large file transfer technology and solution with first-class performance for many years. Through continuous technological innovation and real-world applications, Raysync has served across many industries and sectors such as high-end manufacturing, scientific research, life sciences, film and television media, etc. Film & Media Industry Challenges: Most film and television productions are edited and created by people scattered among different firms and overseas institutions, in which a large amount of audio, video, images and other content has to be uploaded and downloaded. This mass amount of data flow has led to low efficiency of file interactions, and the delay of the production cycle may seriously affect the production efficiency. Solutions: ● Raysync provides the specific audio-visual content transfer solution for the film and media industry to accelerate the transfer of a massive amount of content through Raysync’s ultra-high-speed transfer protocol. ● Intelligently optimize the network bandwidth and effectively reduce the network latency and packet loss caused by transnational and ultra-long distance transfer. ● Build a one-click file sync environment to ensure that all stakeholders can receive the latest and complete media content, this would help the film and media industry to carry out their production work efficiently and smoothly. IT & Internet Industry Challenges: One of the daily challenges faced by the IT & Internet industry is that massive data needs to be backed up synchronously at multiple endpoints. However, due to the tremendous number of large files, the connectivity issues between the transmission service and single file storage server could lead to the inability to fully utilize network bandwidth, instability and data migration issues. Solutions: ● Raysync applies intelligent distributed transfer to improve the speed of transfer several times and optimize the usage of network bandwidth. ● The Raysync data migration system supports multiple computer clusters for parallel transfer with a maximum transfer efficiency that could reach 100 Gbps. ● Built-in file verification and encrypted transfer technology guarantee end-to-end security, integrity, and consistency of data. This ensures that the whole migration process can be completed in a short time with a 100% success rate and zero failure. Financial Industry Challenges: Most financial institutions expand and develop through their branches, but this often leads to fragmentation of data and application environment. And when "organizational performance" becomes the priority of business development, it is necessary for them to collect a vast number of operation logs and integrate the data to improve the efficiency of business development. Solutions: ● Raysync’s admin console allows financial enterprises to quickly collect operation logs, monitor transfer logs, manage user groups, configure file permissions, etc. to promote the rapid improvement of its organizational performance. ● In the meantime, the AES-256+TLS encryption algorithm also plays an important role in the whole process, providing top-level security for the financial industry. Medical & Health Industry Challenges: The problem of isolated data islands has long plagued the health industry, potentially hindering the data analysis to improve the overall quality of medical and health services. In the meantime, the issues with transfer and data storage that is directly related to customers’ sensitive data and massive data generated from genetic research have also impeded the development of the medical and health industry. Solutions: ● Raysync’s large file transfer solution helps to integrate the data across different islands and systems, providing a unified data set for medical and health providers, researchers, and institutions. This is extremely convenient for the stakeholders to collect and analyze data to accelerate the leveraging of Big Data. ● In order to tackle the issues of transferring sensitive data, Raysync adopts standard bank-level encryption and an effective file management system to provide a secure environment for users retrieving the data and the data itself. With the evolution of information technology continuing at a rapid pace, enterprise data transfer is no longer a simple matter. Especially in such complex market conditions, enterprises should not only consider whether the transfer technology is powerful enough but should also take high-quality service guarantees into consideration when choosing the right solution. About Raysync Solution As a one-stop solution provider, Raysync has independently developed its core transfer technology with its professional technical teams to offer high-performance, secure, and reliable large file transfer and file management services for major enterprises.
Company: A Cloud Solution Provider Industry: Information Technology & Services Product: Raysync SMB Profile: Our client is a user-centric cloud solution provider who propels the business with their cloud solutions. Challenges: The data center of A in Montreal frequently needs to exchange data with the data center in New York. The process of data sync is annoying and can’t guarantee the complete delivery of all the files, and the slow speed of large file transfer is also bothering. Solutions: Raysync acts as a storage container for enterprise data backup and file synchronization. The Raysync admin console is deployed in Montreal where the data center located. The updated data will be uploaded to the Raysync regularly, the file synchronization function of Raysync will always keep data in the server consistent with the local. Then the data center in New York is able to download the latest data from the backup pool that greatly saves the labor cost and improves work efficiency. Results: Raysync’s UDP-based acceleration technology quickly helped A spend less time handling data, allowing them more time to focus on core operations. The ability to automatically sync data files save time to spend on manual operation. Based on the bank-standard AES-256 encryption, the data transfer between two data centers is secure and reliable. Workflow: Raysync & A Cloud Solution Provider
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