How Raysync Solves the Difficulty in Large File Transfer?
More and more enterprises gradually realize that the amount of data generated by enterprises is increasing year by year, especially for enterprises with overseas business, which have customers in Japan, India, the United States, Southeast Asia, and other places. It is very difficult to transmit these data to the mainland for computing services.
The amount of data is too large, and the amount of data contained in a project ranges from several hundred GB to several hundred TB. In terms of network transmission, the bandwidth utilization rate of transnational large file transmission is very low, because the current network transmission protocol is TCP transmission protocol, which is a stable and reliable transmission protocol. It is necessary to ensure that the data is transmitted without packet loss and the file is intact. Therefore, when the latency and packet loss appear together, it will choose to reduce the speed to ensure the quality. The farther the transmission distance is, the greater the probability of latency and packet loss. Therefore, in order to reduce the packet loss and ensure transmission quality and stability, the speed will be reduced.
Raysync solves the problem of file transmission. Under the condition of high latency and packet loss, Raysync can improve the packet rate through self-developed protocols, control the congestion on the network, improve the transmission efficiency, and ensure the reliability and stability of the transmitted data.
The bandwidth of Shenzhen is 100 megabytes, and files are transmitted from Shenzhen to Los Angeles, USA. Without Raysync, the bandwidth speed of 100 megabytes can only be less than 1 megabyte (the measured data shows that it is 0.72 megabytes). If Raysync velocity is used at both ends, it can reach 92 megahertz. Raysync abandons the original TCP protocol during transmission, and takes over data packets and traffic packets through its own transmission protocol, thus improving transmission efficiency.
As an expert in the field of large file transfer, Raysync will build an interactive bridge for the Internet, big data, artificial intelligence, and the real economy based on the self-develop high-speed transfer protocol.