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Raysync Transmission Helps Vivo to Solve the Problems of Transnational Long-distance Transfer All over the World

ViVo and Raysync

Vivo is a mobile phone brand focusing on the field of smart phones. Vivo, together with fun-seeking, energetic, young and fashionable groups, creates smart products with excellent appearance, professional-grade sound quality, extreme images, and pleasant experience, and takes the courage to pursue the extreme and continuously create surprises as its firm pursuit.

Raysync Large File Transfer helps Vivo to solve the long-distance transnational transfer problems all over the world. Vivo is a Chinese technology company owned by BBK Electronics that designs and develops smartphones, smartphone accessories, software, and online services. Vivo is dedicated to building smartphone products with extreme photo taking, fun games, and Hi-Fi music for customers.

In addition to the chinese mainland market, the overseas markets of Vivo include India, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. With the development of global business, Dongguan headquarters, and other parts of the world often encounter the phenomenon of connection disconnection and packet loss during transnational transfer and long-distance transfer.

Relied on the Raysync breakpoint resume, multiple verifications, and error retransmission, Raysync transfers the large file to the destination with 100% accuracy and completeness.

After adopting Raysync, the transfer speed is greatly improved, which solves the problem of low transfer efficiency caused by poor conditions of the transnational transfer network.

Combined with the AES-256 encryption and the channel encryption, Raysync establishes a green security channel for Vivo global data exchange and sets detailed operation authority, thus let the corresponding personnel match the corresponding authority.

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