How to Improve File Transfer Speed?
In recent years, the increase in file size and number has brought challenges in file transfer. Firstly, files are transferred across borders, with serious packet loss and delay; secondly, it is also very difficult to transfer terabytes and petabytes of big data and move very large files. It requires users to spend hours or even days. The file must first be downloaded from the source system to its local desktop (if there is enough space). Only after success, can upload to the target server begin. Traditional file transfer methods are far from meeting the needs of enterprises for high-speed, complete, and secure file transfer. The performance and security of file transfer have become obstacles to the rapid development of many enterprises.
The high-speed Internet connection can help increase file transfer speed, but high-speed Internet connection has a certain threshold. Advanced file sharing technology is required to process large files, that is, those files with time-sensitive information need to receive data as soon as possible. The latest report shows that from 2016 to 2023, the global hosted file transfer market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 6%. With this growth, cloud-based file transfer solutions will receive attention,
File sharing is necessary for international companies to create a collaborative environment. It ensures that everyone can access the latest mission-critical information, whether in remote offices or branch offices.
Raysync high-speed data transmission is developed using proprietary technology based on the User Data Protocol (UDP), which can increase file transmission speed and reduce data packet loss. Using the file transfer protocol can also optimize the transmission speed. The use of UDP-based technology can maximize bandwidth utilization and overcome the possible bandwidth limitations of other protocols (such as FTP and HTTP). In addition, intelligent routing technology is used to monitor network conditions and select the fastest transmission path with the highest success rate. This allows companies to simultaneously transfer large files to multiple global locations, 100 times faster than other methods.