Moving Big Data at Maximum Speed Over Wide Area Networks

The Transmission Control Protocol
(TCP) provides reliable data delivery
under ideal c onditions, but has
an inherent throughput bottleneck
that becomes obvious, and severe,
with increased packet loss and
latency found on long-distance
WANs. Adding more bandwidth
does not change the eff ective
throughput. File transfer speeds do
not improve and expensive bandwidth
is underutilized.

Unlike TCP, fasp™ throughput is
perfectly independent of network
delay and robust to extreme packet
loss. fasp transfer times are as fast
as possible (up to 1,000x standard
FTP) and highly pr edictable,
regardless of network conditions.
The maximum transfer speed is
limited only by the resources of the
end-point computers (typically disk