How is accelerated files transfer useful to me?

Many organisations record data on DVD, hard-drives, flash storage and may want to share their content quickly from a remote location. While sending a file attached to an email may be adequate for a small size file, it quickly runs into limitations on the local or server end by using precious bandwidth which could be used for other applications. Or you may decide to send the physical storage by post which should arrive intact but often days after you sent it.

Accelerated File Transfer allows the transfer of big size files like media files for example at up to 100x faster than conventional methods like FTP, HTTP which rely on TCP. It achieves this through its unique UDP-based protocol which requires no additional hardware or bandwidth cost. So if time is precious to you and you need to transfer big size files across your organisation, this is a solution for you.

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