RocketStream Offers Release 1.5 Of Data Transfer Acceleration Software

Version 1.5 builds on the success of previous releases by providing faster throughput and enhanced automation capabilities.

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RocketStream Offers Release 1.5 Of Data Transfer Acceleration Software

RocketStream, a subsidiary of Voyant International Corporation and a developer of technologies and solutions to accelerate digital content delivery over IP networks, has announced the release of version 1.5 of its RocketStream file transfer acceleration software. This release, which is available for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems, builds on the success of previous releases by providing faster throughput and enhanced automation capabilities.

RocketStream is a software suite that allows users to transfer files over IP networks at speeds up to 200 times faster than ordinary file transfer protocol (FTP). RocketStream replaces FTP with its own proprietary protocols that maintain high data throughput even in the presence of network latency. All of RocketStream’s file transfers are reliable, meaning that all transferred files are checked for packet errors and retransmitted when necessary.

Available in client, server, and hybrid configurations, RocketStream is easy to use. In particular, client installations typically require only five minutes, and almost no user training is necessary. RocketStream’s automation capabilities allow users to schedule transfers and backups or perform other automated transmissions.

"We have already begun to ship RocketStream 1.5 to select customers, and the response has been enthusiastic," said Randy Hagin, RocketStream senior vice president of sales.

More information, a free two-week trial download, and instant online purchase of RocketStream may be obtained by visiting http://www.rocketstream.com

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