(PRWEB) September 20, 2013
Saratoga Data Systems, Inc. has been issued another patent in a series of patents for its line of data transmission acceleration products. The patent is number 8,537,664 and titled “Method and System for Accelerating Transmission of Data Between Network Devices.” It extends Saratoga’s already patented Flume™ product for reliably moving data over challenged networks—networks with high latency, high packet loss, intermittency and/or high packet corruption. When compared to traditional TCP/IP based protocols such as FTP and SFTP, Flume™ technology moves large volumes of data up to 100 times faster. Furthermore Flume™ transfers the data with greater reliability: data guaranteed 100% correct and no lost transmissions. Flume™ is a software-only technology which uses existing TCP/IP networks.
Saratoga Data has been developing advanced network technology now for more than a decade and has amassed a substantial portfolio of technologies. Other pending and in-process patent applications cover important areas including multi-path communication of various types, and advanced selective data compression.
Greg Fairbank, CEO and President of Saratoga Data noted that “Flume is our flagship product and has proven to accelerate data movement over some of the most challenged networking conditions in the world. This patent is a recognition of Saratoga’s continued investment in research and development to further enhance Flume’s capabilities in order to remain at the cutting edge of networking technology. The market interest and adoption in Flume validates the company’s success in becoming the technology leader in this arena.”
Saratoga Data Systems focuses on solving the problems associated with extreme data volumes. The Saratoga Optimization Platform provides organizations with the ability to manage data size, increase performance of data processing applications, and to move the data to its destination far faster than previously thought possible.
Saratoga Data is a privately held company founded by a group of data processing, storage and semiconductor tool industry veterans who have been collectively responsible for the development and sales of industry standard software applications used around the world.