Unlimi-Tech Software Integrates with Microsoft Azure to Enable Faster File Transfers
OTTAWA, CA: Unlimi-Tech Software, provider of managed file transfers and the creator of FileCatalyst announces integration with Microsoft Azure – a cloud platform which integrates storage, data and networking.
FileCatalyst is aimed at ending slow transfers in the cloud by bringing FileCatalyst Direct, an accelerated, managed file transfer solution, to Microsoft Azure. A software platform solution, FileCatalyst is able to transfer large and growing files at exceptional rates, particularly across unreliable networks. The unique, patent pending UDP-based protocol is also immune to network impairments, such as latency and packet loss, while accelerating transfers, regardless of size or format, ensuring transfers take minutes instead of hours or days. The Azure cloud is used by those seeking convenience, sharability, and working globally; launching FileCatalyst in conjunction helps ensure these ideals are met in less time than deploying without a world leading solution.
“Microsoft is always striving to provide the best possible technology solutions,” says Harpreet Girn, Business Group Lead of Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft Canada. “Deploying FileCatalyst on Microsoft Azure can provide users with accelerated file transfer, and reliability.”
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