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Today, businesses across industries are facing greater challenges moving large files and massive sets of data quickly and reliably between global sites, and teams failing to meet these challenges can limit an organization’s ability to meet critical business imperatives that yield increased revenues, reduced costs, improved customer service, and new or improved business models.
Big data movement can include virtually any number of use cases, such as quickly sending a patient’s genomic sequencing data to a medical expert across the world for critical analysis or securely uploading massive volumes of new video content to online media providers so subscribers have access to the latest movies, music and TV shows.
As the size and volume of data continue to explode and permeate more business processes and decisions, the speed that data moves over the WAN becomes more crucial.
However, most enterprise tools in use today cannot reliably and securely move large files and data volumes at high speed over global distances. This is due to the inherent limitations of the Internet’s underlying transfer technology called the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).