Transport

Aspera's software moves the world’s data at maximum speed, regardless of file size, transfer distance or network conditions. At the heart of our solutions is our patented FASP® transport technology – a breakthrough transfer protocol that leverages existing WAN infrastructure and commodity hardware to achieve speeds that are hundreds of times faster than FTP and HTTP, and delivers end-to-end security, 100% reliability and exceptional bandwidth control.

FASP®

The most universal and open core transport technology available today, Aspera's patented FASP transfer technology is an innovative software that eliminates the fundamental shortcomings of conventional, TCP-based file transfer technologies such as FTP and HTTP. As a result, FASP transfers maximize the utilization of available bandwidth to deliver unmatched transfer speeds and to provide a guaranteed delivery time regardless of file size, transfer distance or network conditions. It supports all high-speed data transfer and automation scenarios across many industries that rely on the exchange, processing, storage and distribution of large data.  Learn more

ASCP 4

Aspera's Ascp 4 is a next-generation file transfer binary that ships in version FASP 3.6 and greater alongside Ascp to introduce a new architecture for ultra high-speed transfer of small files in addition to large data sets. The architecture transfers one million files per minute for even the smallest file sizes and achieves > 5Gbps transfer rates for global RTT and packet loss conditions. Learn more

40 GBPS WAN And Growing

Aspera has developed a scalable, location-agnostic, storage-integrated file transfer and replication solution for 40 Gbps WANs and growing based upon its high-speed FASP® transport protocol. In partnership with industry-leading storage system vendors, it offers solutions that break the storage-to-storage data transfer bottlenecks using any 40 Gbps IP WAN. Learn more

Whitepaper

“With its complete reliability and ease of use, Aspera’s fasp™ has become the industry standard for the high-speed movement and management of large files or collections of files over wide area networks.” Adam Larter, CTO of Dubsat