JSCAPE’s Accelerated File Transfer Protocol is a hybrid UDP/TCP data transfer protocol that accelerates file transfers over high latency networks, enabling high-speed transfers for large files up to 100 times faster than TCP-based transfers.
Optimize throughput for long-distance transfers without latency or packet loss
Get AFTP file transfers that can execute on schedule or be triggered by specific events
Set up high-availability and a centralized configuration datastore for consistency and reliability
Empower self-service across your enterprise for common transfers and tasks
JSCAPE Triggers make it easy to automate your file transfer processes without having to write custom scripts. JSCAPE’s low-code workflow automation engine can be used to trigger processes, collect and prepare data, rename files, alert trading partners and much more. Streamline real-time data exchanges with any trading partners.
JSCAPE simplifies compliance with HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOX and other data security requirements by providing a range of features and functionality:
Use synchronous or asynchronous MDN (Message Disposition Notification) to enforce non-repudiation and authenticate transfers with digital signatures
Implement access control with two-factor authentication with granular permissions and single sign-on to prevent unauthorized access
Gain visibility into all user and administrative activity, with full audit trails
JSCAPE MFT Server is a one-stop-shop for all your file transfer needs. Send files anywhere regardless of underlying technology.
Any File Type: JSCAPE does not impose file size limitations or other restrictions so you can transfer any files you need, including XML
Any Protocol: AS2, FTP/S, SFTP, HTTP/S, WebDAV, Cloud and more
Any Platform: Any operating system (Windows/Windows Server, Linux/UNIX, Solaris, MacOS X and more), cloud service (Microsoft Azure, AWS and more) or cloud storage
User Datagram Protocol (UDP) is used to avoid high-latency and packet loss in long-distance transfers. As a result, UDP is popular with organizations that have a global presence and a need to quickly and reliably send data across the globe. JSCAPE MFT Server supports UDP through its own AFTP protocol.
No, FTP is a protocol for transferring data between client and server endpoints on the same network, while UDP is a protocol for transferring data between networks. Instead of UDP, FTP servers rely on TCP which can perform poorly in high-latency, long-distance connections. JSCAPE MFT circumvents TCP’s shortcomings and supports any protocol.
Yes, JSCAPE supports UDP file transfers. JSCAPE also supports AFTP, which is a hybrid of Transmission Control Protocol and UDP protocols, accelerating long-distance file transfers and broadcasting while supporting authentication and receipts.