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  1. Utilizing additional network mechanisms such as the IP protocols, and other approaches to further boost File Transfer performance

    If you are transmitting across a WAN, there are a number of WAN Acceleration/Optimization products (Such as from Riverbed, Juniper, etc.) that can do this for you on the fly - some use Molecular Sequence Reduction algorithms to identify large chunks of data that have already been transmitted and merely sends a "token" to the other side of the WAN link, instead of redundantly transmitting that same data chunk redundantly.

    In addition, some WAN acceleration/optimization algorithms perform ("spoof") the TCP three-way handshake interaction locally in order to reduce latency. This can have a greater effect than switching to a huge…

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  2. Add data compression

    (Suggestion was originally sent to the team directly, that we should move this sooner on the roadmap. Logging it here for visibility.)

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