HyperTransfer™ is deep in technology IP including these highlights:
Runs as a service
HyperTransfer runs as a service on two or more systems. There is no limit to the number of services that may be linked together for a fully integrated data movement environment.
Fully Documented and Open RESTful API
The HyperTransfer service features are enabled via a REST interface for easy integration into any product. An embedded web server provides the REST interface for bringing XML statements to the surface of any new or existing GUI.
Graphical User Interface
A fully implemented GUI, including source code, is provided to OEMs along with licensed HyperTransfer software. The GUI, with QT-enabled graphics, includes the underlying C++ code as a guide for implementation, or for cut and paste into OEM-created or existing GUIs. The GUI can be branded for OEMs with minor effort, or by TransferSoft™ for a modest NRE charge.
No Bandwidth Limitations
HyperTransfer is delivered with no bandwidth limitations and supports full bandwidth bidirectional data movement up to 10GbE at no additional cost.
Data Movement Independent of File or Block Size
Unlike other hardware or software products, HyperTransfer moves millions of tiny files at the same speed as one or more terabyte-sized files.
HyperTransfer allows the movement of files while they are still being created (sometimes referred to as “growing files”). This allows files to be usable at the destination within seconds of closing the write function at the source.
Strict Sequence of Transferred Data
In addition to employing TCP as the underlying transport technology, and even with multiple data nodes (often called “streams”) in single or simultaneous transfers, HyperTransfer reorganizes data packets into their original sequence before writing at the destination. This reduces disk latency and the read overhead associated with scattered subsequent read functions.