Large Number of Small Files Encounter Transnational Transmission? Try I/O+Raysync

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A large number of small files transmitted between two regions across the country can be transmitted through disk I/O intelligent optimization technology and Raysync high-speed transmission protocol.

I/O, input/output, functions in the computer system to move data between computer and external environment (disk, terminal, network, etc.) in some way.

Raysync, an ultra-high-speed transmission protocol independently developed by Raysync, breaks through the transmission defects of traditional FTP and HTTP, and can efficiently improve the existing transmission efficiency, reaching more than 100 times the traditional data transmission efficiency.

For the transnational transmission of massive small files, Raysync uses excellent I/O read-write optimization technology to support up to 5000 read-write capacity per second. Then, through Raysync high-speed transmission protocol, it makes full use of the existing bandwidth, effectively reduces the impact of network latency and packet loss, and realizes ultra-long-distance, high-speed transmission of massive small files.

Full Guide How to transfer small files via Raysync?

Get the software installation package -> Unzip to install-> Launch to run

1) Get the software installation package: https://www.raysync.io/pricing/

2) Uninstall and deployment

3) Run the program

admin console

2. Test data

Size: 100,000 small files

Location: Beijing to New York

Configuration: 4 cores and 8GB memory

Bandwidth: 200mb/s

Packet loss: 5%

Latency: 200ms

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As a one-stop solution provider for large file transmission, Raysync has a self-developed Raysync ultra-high-speed transmission protocol, which can easily meet the extremely fast transmission requirements of TB-level large files and massive small files, and provide professional large file transmission and transmission management services for major enterprises.

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