While many companies and academic institutions have tackled the WAN data movement problem, they have chosen to optimize or accelerate the data transfer rather than solving the fundamental bottlenecks that exist in the underlying transport itself, yielding solutions that provide some relief but are still limited by design.
Aspera took a different approach: solving the problem by eliminating the underlying bottleneck altogether. This allowed us to create a breakthrough transport technology that can fully utilize the available network bandwidth, transfer data at maximum speed, and scale up as needed with no theoretical limit. This philosophy of innovation is fused into Aspera’s DNA, and built into the core technology and software products that fuel the company’s consistent and rapid growth.
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.
The FASPStream transport technology is a new breakthrough alternative for Internet video transport. At the core of this software is Aspera's patented FASP transport technology that now provides fully reliable in-order byte stream delivery for live feeds over commodity IP networks using the new FASPStream architecture.
Aspera’s technology is available for deployment on a wide variety of application delivery platforms. Mobile users can take advantage of FASP technology to transfer data at high speeds to and from their iOS and Android devices. Cloud and NAS platforms benefit from extreme transfer scalability of Aspera transfer servers and web applications for private and public storage and computing clouds. A comprehensive suite of web applications and components enables high-speed web-based data transfers for a variety of business use cases.
“On the surface, the other technologies looked like they may do the trick, but when we looked at the hard numbers, they didn’t hold a candle to what Aspera was delivering.” Shane Zucker, Chief Marketing Officer at Aviate