JSCAPE MFT Server Delivers Accelerated File Transfer

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JSCAPE releases JSCAPE MFT Server 8.1 with a major upgrade to it's AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol) service providing file transfer speeds up to 100 times faster than FTP.

Today JSCAPE, LLC announced the immediate availability of its JSCAPE MFT Server 8.1. This highly anticipated release contains several performance enhancements, including a major performance upgrade to the Accelerated File Transfer Protocol (AFTP) service. Accelerated File Transfer Protocol can accelerate file transfers over high-speed networks that are unable to fully utilize network throughput due to high latency and packet loss. Under these conditions, AFTP can speed up file transfers up to 100 times faster than FTP and other file transfer protocols.

Popular file transfer protocols such as FTP/S, SFTP and HTTP/S depend on an underlying protocol named TCP. The problem with TCP is that as latency and packet loss increase, network throughput significantly decreases. The effects of these network conditions are often seen in satellite, transcontinental, and transoceanic file transfers. AFTP solves this problem by changing the way file transfers are performed. We are very pleased to provide this upgrade to our clients.

JSCAPE MFT Server is a platform-independent, managed file transfer solution that centralizes all of your file transfer processes into a single easy to use application. JSCAPE MFT Server supports all major file transfer protocols including AFTP, FTP/S, SFTP, SCP, HTTP/S and WebDAV/S.


JSCAPE is an agile software company focused on offering high-quality, platform-independent and easy-to-use file transfer products and services. JSCAPE's mission is to provide its customers with simple solutions to complex file transfer problems.

JSCAPE is a private company founded in 1999 and headquartered in Miami, Florida with regional offices in Canada, Central America, and Eastern Europe. JSCAPE's satisfied customers range from small startups to large corporations and government agencies spanning more than 54 countries worldwide.


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