Real Time High Speed File Transport Solution -- Faster File: Secure AFT with RIFT
DVEO is now shipping their real time high speed file transport solution, and will feature the Faster File: Secure AFT with RIFT at IBC 2017.
The Faster File: Secure AFT (Accelerated File Transfer) with RIFT (Real-time Internet File Transfer) enables fast, dependable, and secure IP file transfer of large size digital assets. It utilises DVEO's patented DOZER ARQ (Automatic Repeat Request) UDP packet loss correction technology to ensure error-free delivery over long distances, over private or public wired or wireless Internet.
Industries that require accelerated file transfer with security include entertainment, government, financial services, oil and gas, teleradiology, and publishing. The Faster File: Secure AFT with RIFT is suitable for transferring video, digital movie dailies, radiological data, CAD files, maps, and more. The Faster File: Secure AFT with RIFT ships as a pair of two compact Linux based systems. Both units can be placed behind firewalls. The solution is also available as a software license via an SDK option.
- Able to move any size digital asset securely at maximum speed over poor network conditions
- Utilizes 128 MB super chunks
- Automatic retry and resumes if connection is interrupted
- All content is encrypted via AES 128
- Supports 5, 10, 50, 100, 500 GB (chunks) file size transfers
- Works well across networks with high packet loss
- Web GUI is manageable from anywhere – includes some scheduling
- Ships with designated IP addresses on each unit
- Provides audit trails
- Supports concurrent file transfers
- Utilizes full bandwidth available
- Low power consumption
- Both units can be placed behind firewalls
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