Posts Tagged ‘Fast File Transfer’

Interop 2012 – Parting Impressions

Thursday, May 17th, 2012
Although we have been exhibiting at Interop for several years now, the 2012 show in Las Vegas was actually the first time I personally had a chance to work the booth. I have to say that I found it very refreshing compared to some other shows I've worked. It doesn't have all the glitz and […]

Analysis On Improving Throughput Part 1: Disk IO

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012
This post is the first of a series and continues in Part 2: Memory In light of the release of FileCatalyst Direct v3.0, I thought I'd write a few articles about the road to achieving 10Gbps speeds. It seems to me the best place to start is with the endpoint of the transfer: the storage […]

FileCatalyst 3.0 announced

Friday, September 23rd, 2011
Earlier this month at IBC in Amsterdam, we announced the soon to be released FileCatalyst 3.0. The new version can transfer files really really fast... up-to 10Gbps (1,250 MB/sec) with AES encryption! It also includes a global monitoring console to watch your entire file transfer Eco-system from a single browser window. You can read more […]

Overcoming Firewalls and Proxies Using HTTP Mode

Monday, January 17th, 2011
Some organizations are restricted by firewall or proxy to HTTP traffic. FileCatalyst HTTP mode allows clients to connect to a FileCatalyst Server.

Fast File Transfer: Moving beyond acceleration with data optimization

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
As mentioned a short time ago, we have some material from our old blog that we are slowly migrating to the new one. Being that we are in the business of fast file transfer, it made since to bring back one of our more popular articles on the subject. Although written around the time of […]

Acceleration pt3 – Multiple Streams

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009
Accelerating File Transfer: Quicklinks Overview | Part 1: Compression | Part 2: Minimizing Data Sets | Part 3: Multiple Streams | Part 4: Alternatives (like FileCatalyst!) to FTP/TCP As part of our ongoing discussion on fast file transfers, or "acceleration," (which we began with the article "Accelerating File transfer"), we have already talked about how […]

FileCatalyst Direct/Express 2.7.1 released

Monday, March 9th, 2009
FileCatalyst Direct and Express have been updated to version 2.7.1. As an incremental release, 2.7.1 is primarily a maintenance release, tightening up a few features and adding a few small improvements. 2.7 introduced progressive transfers on file deltas (see our recent article on minimizing data sets) but for uploads only. This release adds the functionality […]

Acceleration pt 2 – Minimizing Data Sets

Thursday, March 5th, 2009
Accelerating File Transfer: Quicklinks Overview | Part 1: Compression | Part 2: Minimizing Data Sets | Part 3: Multiple Streams | Part 4: Alternatives (like FileCatalyst!) to FTP/TCP We began discussing the various ways that acceleration solutions can shorten transfer time. The first of these was the use of compression. The main point of the […]

The product you don’t even know you need.

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009
Yes, it is a cliché but seriously, you need FileCatalyst and you probably don’t even know it. I am obviously biased since I wrote a lot of the back end to FileCatalyst and have been "drinking my own kool-aid" for a while now. But haven’t you ever bought something and then a few months later […]

Acceleration pt 1 – Compression

Monday, March 2nd, 2009
Accelerating File Transfer: Quicklinks Overview | Part 1: Compression | Part 2: Minimizing Data Sets | Part 3: Multiple Streams | Part 4: Alternatives (like FileCatalyst!) to FTP/TCP As discussed on Feb 23, one of the most common questions people ask is, "How do you accelerate file transfer? Are the files compressed or something like […]