Posts Tagged ‘FileCatalyst’

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 […]

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 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 […]