[2022] How to Accelerate File Transfer?

Data is growing explosively, doubling almost every two years. What will increase with it is not only the amount of data but also the capacity of a single file: 2-3G for a picture, 4-5G for a manuscript, 3-4G for a video clip, a dozen G for a design drawing.

In general, when organizations send files with external partners or customers, most of them use conventional methods such as mail, FTP, etc. for file transfer, but when the file capacity is above 2-3G, the above method becomes very slow, and not only a speed issue but also the following problems:

accelerate file transfer

  1. When using traditional methods to send large files, the transferring, uploading, and downloading is slow, which makes the cycle of delivering and obtaining the files longer, which will take up a lot of time and energy, resulting in lower work efficiency of the organization.

  2. When using traditional methods to send large files, it is easy to have transfer interruptions and send errors. Data security and integrity cannot be guaranteed. Not only does it require a lot of manpower to carry out continuous tracking, but also it is very likely that business loopholes may occur to the enterprise. Cause huge losses.

  3. Some transferring methods have restrictions on the size and quantity of files, such as the number of GBs that cannot be transmitted, and the maximum number of files to be transmitted at a time. This affects the normal business process for some companies that need to transfer large files or multiple files.

Therefore, in this era of rapid data development, how companies can transfer large files safely, stably, and efficiently? Large file transfer tools are indispensable. So, how to accelerate file transfer? Raysync accelerated file transfer software can easily meet the challenges of the large file transfer. There are mainly the following 3 types of products to achieve accelerate file transfer:

Raysync Proxy Acceleration

Without any redevelopment, the original application system can be integrated with Raysync through the standard proxy protocol to own the high-speed transfer capacity.


Supports Multiple Proxy Protocols

Support Multiple Integration Approaches

High Performance of Raysync

Extremely Low Occupancy of Resources

Support Cross-platform

Seamless Integration with Common Software


Transmission Speed Increased by A 100 Times

According to the actual test results, the big file transmission speed of FTP applications/web applications can increase by over 100 times, and the maximum speed of a single connection can reach 1Gbps.

Optimize The Real-time Transmission Experience

Depended on the multi-channel design of the Raysync transfer protocol, the transmission delay caused by the TCP three-way handshake will be eliminated and the real-time performance can be increased by 100%.

Raysync FTP Acceleration

Raysync FTP acceleration product is a software that can directly connect to the existing FTP server system. After using Raysync FTP acceleration, the FTP transfer speed can be increased by 10 to 100 times.


Easy to use

High-speed transfer

High performance of Raysync

Intelligent compression

Load balancing

Raysync RaySSH Acceleration

A perfect alternative to ssh/ssh / SCP / Rsync tools of OpenSSH, a sharp accelerate file transfer tool for Linux / Unix systems.


Functions are fully compatible with OpenSSH

Command-line is fully compatible with OpenSSH

Fast transfer speed

In Summary

Speed determines efficiency. Enterprises need to realize the rapid sending of large files to improve work efficiency and make enterprises one step faster. Raysync’s three accelerated file transfer products can help companies discover and use the value of data, and manage access, and exchange file data more conveniently and efficiently.

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