Introducing You Raysync High-speed Transfer Protocol

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Raysync ultra-high-speed transmission protocol is a self-developed high-speed transmission protocol based on cloud computing, the Internet, and big data architecture. This protocol breaks through the transmission defects of traditional FTP and HTTP. Compared with FTP, the transmission rate is increased by 100 times, and the bandwidth utilization rate is over 96%. It can easily meet the fast transmission requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files.

- 10GB large files test

Test environment:

Beijing Alibaba Cloud-New York Alibaba Cloud

Configuration: 4 core 8G memory

Bandwidth: 200MB/s

Packet loss: 5%

Latency: 200ms

file transfer

- 100,000 small files test

Test environment:

Beijing Alibaba Cloud-New York Alibaba Cloud

Configuration: 4 core 8G memory

Bandwidth: 200MB/s

Packet loss: 5%

Latency: 200ms

large file sharing

Considering the complex application scenarios of file transmission, based on the Raysync high-speed transmission protocol, Raysync has developed five file transmission products, which show amazing accelerated transmission in all sectors.

Large File Transfer System

Raysync is an enterprise-level file acceleration transfer management platform, which can realize various transmission requirements such as efficient and controllable high speed large file transfer, long-distance acceleration transmission, transnational transmission and cross-border transmission for enterprises, perfectly replace file transmission protocol FTP, and realize 100% efficient operation of enterprise data transmission management.

SDK Application Integration

The Raysync software SDK supports seamless integration into major application systems and supports web applications, browser plug-ins, PC clients, mobile terminals, data transmission docking between local systems and tripartite cloud platforms, etc., so as to meet the needs of various integration scenarios.

Raysync Proxy Acceleration

It is suitable for the transmission acceleration of the enterprise own system. The original application system needs no secondary development and can integrate the high-speed transmission capability of Raysync only through the standard Proxy protocol, saving development time and labor cost.

Raysync FTP Acceleration

The Raysync file transfer protocol FTP acceleration product is an efficient transmission software developed for enterprises, which completely replaces the existing file transfer protocol FTP. It can realize high-speed file transfer on the basis of the existing structure. After using the Raysync file transfer protocol FTP acceleration, the file transfer protocol FTP transmission speed can be increased by 10-100 times.

Raysync RaySSH Acceleration

RaySSH acceleration tool with Raysync, which integrates the function of Raysync transmission protocol and perfectly replaces ssh/sshd/scp/rsync tool of openSSH, is a special and efficient transmission tool product of Linux/Unix system.

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