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Raysync Calculator Released! Let's Calculate the File Transfer Consuming Together
To optimize the website interface and meet the users' various needs, Raysync has recently adjusted the application page and added the function named file transfer calculator. Today we will introduce you to this new function and guide you on how to use it. Four values to input: From source, To destination, File size, and Bandwith; The calculation results: the comparison of Raysync and TCP in the aspect of file transfer speed, time-consuming, and bandwidth utilization. For example, if your need to transfer 100GB files from Hong Kong to Los Angeles under the 200Mbps bandwidth, the calculation result will be shown as follow: You don't need to bother calculating the file transfer consuming any more, what you need is input the essential info, and click to calculate, you'll get the most accurate data.
Raysync 100-day Program Released! To Build a High-speed Channel to the Data Transfer
Today is the day! Raysync's 100-day program has fully launched. Raysync has introduced a special offer for all of you who have the file transfer needs. Apply now and you 'll get a 100-day free trial of Raysync Pro that worths $820. Product: Raysync Pro Target: Enterprise users Date: 10th September – 31st October Free Trial: Accounting from the date you get the License Special Bonus: You will enjoy 20% off for Raysync Pro during the period of the 100-day free trial. After the end of the free trial, you still have a chance to enjoy the 10% discount within one month. Raysync High-speed File Transfer Protocol Based on the self-developed high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync breaks through the transfer defects of traditional FTP and HTTP, the transfer rate is increased by 100 times compared with FTP, and the bandwidth utilization rate is over 96%, which can easily meet the extremely fast transfer requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files. Raysync Pro Raysync Pro is a file transfer software specially designed for enterprises, replied on the high-developed transfer protocol, and AES-256 encryption, Raysync is aimed at realizing efficient and safe file transfer services such as file distribution, file sharing, data sorting, and synchronization. Supported Systems: Windows 7-10 64-bit operation system, Windows Server 2008 64-bit operation system and above, all released versions of Linux kernel 2.6.26 and above, Linux CentOS 6.x/7.x, Linux Ubuntu 12.04 and above, Bebian8 and above. What is the transfer efficiency of Raysync with Raysync ultra-high-speed transfer protocol? Raysync Versus FileZilla The comparison of 10GB large file transfer Test Environment: New york Alibaba Cloud-Beijing Alibaba Cloud Configuration: 4 core 8G memory Bandwidth: 200MB/s Packet loss: 5% Latency: 200ms Test file: 10GB The data transfer results are as follows: In addition to the free trial of 100-day for $0, we have increased from 100 days to 150 days to meet the transfer needs of more enterprises. At the same time, for the enterprises participating in the program, we have given a price guarantee: during the program period, you can enjoy a 20% off on the purchase of Raysync Pro; And enjoy a 10% discount within one month after the end of the program. Raysync is a software-based large file transfer solutions provider. Since its establishment, it has provided high-performance, stable, and safe data transmission services for 2W+ enterprises in IT Internet, finance, film and television, biological gene, manufacturing, and many other fields.
Enterprise Bonus! Say Goodbye to Large File Transfer Anxiety
Raysync New Year Bonus in 2021: The transmission tools have been put in place to help enterprises easily cope with the problems of large file transfer, massive small file transmission, slow, latency and packet loss of transnational file transmission. Product: Raysync SMB Date: 6 Feb. 2021– 10 Mar. 2021(Enterprise Only) Application Limitation: Apply only once for one phone number Time Limitation: 15 days The way to participate: Visit www.raysync.io-> Apply Now High-efficiency large file transfer for enterprise 1. High-performance Transfer Raysync ultra-high-speed transmission protocol+intelligent compression +I/O optimization and other technologies, the file transfer speed is increased to 100 times that of FTP, which can easily meet the extremely fast transmission requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files. Make full use of network bandwidth, effectively reduce the impact of network latency and packet loss, and ensure the efficient and stable transmission of ultra-long-distance and cross-border large files. 2. Multiple Transfer Modes Raysync supports providing multiple modes of transmission according to different transmission initiators. It supports point-to-point, multi-point mutual transmission, data cloud transmission, one-to-many data distribution, and other modes. Raysync also provides exclusive user and user group space, supports specific authority management, and builds exclusive assistance space and file transmission requirements across departments and companies. 3. Bank-standard Security In order to ensure the security of data movement and prevent data leakage, cracking, monitoring, and other security issues, Raysync strengthens the security control of internal data communication, adopts AES-256 encryption technology of online banking, and uses SSL encryption transmission in the transmission process to effectively ensure data security. At the same time, Raysync adopts the setting of access rights and OS rights, thus achieving stricter access control. 4. Powerful Storage Raysync supports free switching between local storage and three-party cloud platform storage , and huge data can be stored, giving full play to the full value of data. 5. Fast Deployment & Technical Support It takes only 3 steps to complete the deployment quickly and reduce the construction cost of the enterprise system . The operation interface is convenient and concise, with complete functions. It can access and manage file data anytime and anywhere, and professional technicians can provide 7x24 service. System Architecture
Annecy Festival 2021 | Raysync Awaits you in Stand NO – 006!
The Annecy International Animation Film Festival was created in 1960. It is one of the four international animated film festivals sponsored by the Association Internationale du Film d’Animation . Scheduled for June 14-19, the platform of the 2021 Annecy Festival will open in recent days. As a preferred file transfer solution of the animation industry, Raysync is delighted to claim that we will participate in this major international event. - Annecy 2021: https://www.annecy.org/home - Date: June 14 - 19, 2021 - Raysync stand: NO - 006 Based on the patented file transfer protocol, Raysync is dedicated to providing large file transfer services for enterprises. 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. Relied on the multiple security protection mechanisms, Raysync is immune to network latency and packet loss. In the animation industry, Raysync is trusted by so many production teams. Founded in 2006 by Juck Somsaman. “The Monk Studios” is a visual effect and animation studio, located in Bangkok, Thailand. The challenge faced by The Monk Studio was to get the finished film to the film producer in the fastest way possible. With the physical shipment method, there may be no way to get a movie to the destination in time. The traditional method is at a slow speed and hard to keep the digital content complete. With the assistance of Raysync SMB, The Monk Studio delivered the finished film to their clients located worldwide at maximum speed, while ensuring stable and reliable delivery. The files are secure since the data is sent using industry-standard AES encryption, and delivery is guaranteed - even if there is an interruption in the transfer. If you want to learn more about how Raysync works, we invite you to e-meet us at stand NO – 006 from June 15th to 18th in Annecy 2021!
2022-12-29
Case Study: Raysync & A Cloud Solution Provider
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 high-speed 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
What's New in Raysync V5.0.8.8?
Recently, Raysync released its new version V5.0.8.8. In this article, we'll interpret the eight new functions of V5.0.8.8 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 V5.0.8.8, 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 V5.0.8.8 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.
What Technology does Raysync Adopt to Transfer File Cross-border?
Cross-border large file transfer and transnational transfer have to face the network transfer environment of ultra-long distance and weak network. If you want to transfer files fast, read on to learn how professional file transfer software Raysync transfers. For Congestion Handling: - More effective congestion judgment and treatment. - The recovery mechanism of packet loss judgment is carried out more accurately and timely. At present, the mainstream congestion judgment is designed based on the network situation data back to twenty years ago, and its basic assumption is that any packet loss reflects the network congestion. This assumption is completely out of line with the modern network situation. Packet loss in modern networks is often not caused by congestion factors. This disconnection leads to the transfer protocol often entering an overly conservative transfer state. The congestion detection algorithm of Raysync transfer protocol automatically collects the existing background transfer information on the path, and accurately judges the actual congestion situation according to the transfer speed, which is neither too conservative nor too radical, and can effectively make full use of the path bandwidth. For Packet Loss: - The standard TCP protocol tells the packet loss from two methods. - The receiving end continuously confirms the number of Dup-ACK. - ACK timeout. When the situation of packet loss always happens, the ACK is needed to judge the timeout and trigger to retransfer. Packet loss in modern networks is often burst, and it is common for multiple data packets to be lost at the same time on a connection. Therefore, standard TCP often relies on time-out to retransmit holes, which often leads to a waiting state of several seconds or even ten seconds, which makes transfer stagnate or even interrupt for a long time. This is one of the main problems affecting the efficiency of standard TCP. Raysync transfer protocol abandons TCP protocol's practice of using transfer message sequence as both transfer byte count and reliable transfer confirmation identifier and designs a brand-new ACK data algorithm. According to the ACK information returned by the transfer receiver, the transfer sender can accurately judge the packet loss and retransfer the data at the first time, instead of relying on the cumulative acknowledgment of multiple acks or the ack timeout timer to trigger the data retransfer, which greatly improves the transfer speed and transfer real-time. Raysync transfer protocol can make full use of large bandwidth network and transmit data at the fastest speed. In the application scenario of mass data distribution, it can help users to complete big data transfer and cross-border file transfer in the least time.
[2022] Full Guide - FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
Part 1: What is File Transfer Protocol ? File Transfer Protocol is a set of standard protocols used for file transfer over the network, which works at the seventh layer of the OSI model and the fourth layer of the TCP model, i.e., the application layer. This ensures that the connection between the client and the server is reliable and connection-oriented, providing a reliable guarantee of data transmission. Part 2: How does File Transfer Protocol Work? File Transfer Protocol uses the user interface of the Internet's standard file transfer protocol, FTP, to provide users with a set of applications for managing file transfers between computers. FTP is designed based on the client-server model, where two communications channels are established between the client and the FTP server. Command Channel cannot perform the task of transferring data and can only be used to transfer control information such as internal commands executed by FTP and the responses to the commands; Data 12Channel is a connection for transferring files between the server and the client, which is full-duplex and allows simultaneous data transfer in both directions. This idea of separate transmission of commands and data greatly increases the efficiency of FTP, while other client server applications typically have only one TCP connection. Th121 client initiates a conversation with the server when the user requests the server to download a file. Using FTP, the client can upload, download, delete, move, and rename files on the server. Part 3: Two Modes of FTP FTP client initiates FTP session and establishes corresponding connection with FTP server. Two channels are to be established during FTP session: control information process and data process. Standard : Standard mode FTP client sends PORT command to FTP server. Passive : Passive mode FTP client sends PASV command to FTP Server. Part 4: FTP Transfer Method The task of the FTP is to transfer files from one computer to another, independent of the location of the two computers, the way they are connected, or even whether they use the same operating system. There are two ways to transfer FTP: ASCII, Binary. ASCII Assuming that the file the user is copying contains simple ASCII text, if the remote machine is not running UNIX, when the file is transferred ftp will usually automatically adjust the contents of the file to facilitate the interpretation of the file into the format in which the text file is stored on the other computer. Note: It is often the case that the file the user is transferring contains files that are not text files; they may be programs, databases, word processing files, or compressed files. Before copying any non-text files, use the binary command to tell ftp to copy them. Binary In a binary transfer, the bit sequence of the file is preserved so that the original and the copy are bit-by-bit one-to-one. Even if the file containing the bit sequence on the destination machine is meaningless. Note: If a binary file is transferred in ASCII, it will still be translated even if it is not needed. This can corrupt the data. Part 5: User classification of FTP Real Account This type of user is the one who has an account on the FTP service. When this type of user logs in to the FTP server, their default home directory is the directory named by their account. However, they can also change to other directories. For example, the home directory of the system, etc. Guest User In FTP server, we often set up an account for different departments or a specific user. However, this account has the feature that it can only access its own home directory. In this way, the server secures other files on the FTP service. An account with this type of user can only access the directories under its home directory, but not files outside its home directory. Anonymous User This is also what we usually call anonymous access. This type of user is not assigned an account in the FTP server, but he/she can still access some public resources anonymously. Part 6: The Development of FTP FTP is the oldest network tool in the development of the Internet. From 1971, when the first RFC for FTP was proposed by A KBHUSHAN to nearly half a century ago, FTP has been one of the most important and widely used services in the Internet with its unique advantages. With the continuous development of the Internet, the FTP specification has undergone several revisions to accommodate network standards including TCP/IP. In 1980, jon postel, a scientist at the Institute of Information Science at the University of Southern California, defined a new version of FTP in RFC 765. In 1985, RFC 959 redefined FTP, this time introducing new administrative features, including the ability to create and delete file directories. In 1997, REC 959 was updated to provide new features defined in RFC 2228 to provide security features. In 1999, FTP was updated to RFC 2428 to support the IPv6 protocol. Part 7: 7 Common File Transfer Protocols FTP FTP is a network protocol for transmitting files between computers over Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol connections. Within the TCP/IP suite, FTP is considered an application layer protocol. FTPS FTPS a multi-transfer protocol, equivalent to an encrypted version of FTP. When sending and receiving files on the FTP server, you face two risks. The first risk is to encrypt the files when uploading files. The second risk is that these files will stay on the FTP server while waiting for the recipient to download them, at which point they need to be secured. Measure: Choose to create an FTP server that supports SSL, i.e., use an encrypted control and data channel with an SSL layer under the FTP protocol to allow the host to upload these files using an FTPS connection. TLS & SSL TLS is an industry standard designed to protect the privacy of information during network communications, allowing client and server applications to detect security risks including message tampering, message interception, message forgery, and its predecessor, SSL. TLS and SSL encrypt network connections at the transport layer, but work below the application layer. SSL security extensions have at least two different initialization methods: explicit security and implicit security. SSH(Secure Shell) SSH is a security protocol based on the application layer. SSH is currently a more reliable protocol that provides security for remote login sessions and other network services, and the use of SSH protocol can effectively prevent the leakage of information during remote management. SCP The SCP protocol is an application layer protocol that defines the process of transferring files "between local and remote machines" or "between remote and remote machines". The SCP protocol is based on the SSH protocol, so file transfers based on the SCP protocol are secure. SFTP SFTP is a secure file transfer protocol that provides a secure encryption method for transferring files. It has almost the same syntax and functions as FTP, but SFTP is part of SSH, a secure way to transfer files to a server. SFTP also uses encryption to transmit authentication information and the transmitted data, so it is very secure to use SFTP. However, because this transfer method uses encryption/decryption technology, the transfer efficiency is much lower than normal FTP. If you require higher network security, you can use SFTP instead of FTP. HTTP & HTTPS HTTP is the basis for data communication. It defines the message format for communication between a Web browser and a Web server, and how the Web browser should respond to Web requests. HTTP uses TCP as the underlying transport and is a stateless protocol. This means that each command is executed independently and the receiver does not retain session information. Https is a secure version of HTTP in which communication is encrypted via TLS or SSL.

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