Red Square Firm Crushes the Global Remote Control Software Competition with DirectScreenTransfer That Runs 20 Times Faster in New Radmin 3.0

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Famatech International Corporation’s DirectScreenTransfer technology in the new Radmin 3.0 remote control software runs 20 times faster than competitive products and significantly reduces CPU load on the remote computer. The new Radmin 3.0 has benefits and features not found with RealVNC, NetOp, Remote Desktop, LapLink, PcAnywhere, Dameware, and Remote Assistance.

There are several software companies on the market which use similar approaches - such as a Video Hook Driver. However, Radmin 3.0 is unique in its use of a ‘mirror driver,’ which is fully integrated with Windows XP and Windows 2003 ‘switch user’ engine, allowing it to seamlessly transfer the desktop while users are switched on a remote computer.

Famatech International Corporation (http://www.famatech.com) has unveiled "DirectScreenTransfer" their newest technology that makes Radmin 3.0 (http://www.radmin.com/radmin3/) the fastest remote control software now available. The main advantages of "DirectScreenTransfer" technology is that it receives screen changes instantly from Windows OS allowing the new Radmin 3.0 to run 20 times faster than the competition, which includes RealVNC, NetOp, Remote Desktop, LapLink, PcAnywhere, Dameware, and Remote Assistance. Radmin’s newest version – 3.0 - provides PC remote control software technology with unparalleled speed, less traffic consumption, more effective data transmission, stability, and ease-of-use with Russian military-grade security.

Radmin 3.0 operates based on the same method Windows updates the screen – updating only those parts of the screen that are changed. However until Radmin 3.0, the most effective remote control software optimized algorithm for tracking changes and sending only that part of the screen that had truly changed. In addition, before the screen could be captured for tracking changes, it had to be sent by Windows drivers to the video RAM. The basic problems were algorithms consumed processor time and the interface from the video RAM was very slow.

Now, in order to receive Windows desktop updates more efficiently, Famatech has written a custom driver and integrated it into the new Radmin 3.0 system. This driver can pass information to remote control software that will subsequently transfer it back to the user and display remote screen changes. Such technology is called a “mirror driver” and Radmin’s implementation of this technology is the "DirectScreenTransfer" – providing speed 20 times faster than competing products and top accuracy with minimum CPU usage.

“By implementing 'DirectScreenTransfer' in the new Radmin 3.0 the performance gap from our closest competitors is now just immense,” said Nicholas Yevglevski, Director of North American Operations for Famatech Corporation. “There are several software companies on the market which use similar approaches - such as a Video Hook Driver. However, Radmin 3.0 is unique in its use of a ‘mirror driver,’ which is fully integrated with Windows XP and Windows 2003 ‘switch user’ engine, allowing it to seamlessly transfer the desktop while users are switched on a remote computer.”

For more information or to interview Nicholas Yevglevski, Director of North American Operations at Famatech regarding Radmin 3.0 or the DirectScreenTransfer technology, contact Ria Romano, PR Manager at 786-290-6413.

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