Overview

Sync faster, replicate more

92 hours saved

with a faster software build process¹

80 times faster

sync time for one million small files compared to rsync²

940 times faster

sync time for 5,000 large files compared to rsync³

Attain high-speed replication and sync

Achieve massive scale

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Sync millions of small files or a few multi-terabyte files with multi-gigabit transfer speeds.

Sync more efficiently

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Aspera Sync can avoid unnecessary copying by recognizing changes and file system operations.

Configure to your needs

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Choose from unidirectional and bidirectional sync and one-to-one, one-to-many and full-mesh sync.

Featured products

IBM Aspera Sync

Discover how Aspera Sync can help you replicate and synchronize your largest files.

IBM Aspera Enterprise

Access the full suite of Aspera enterprise applications for transferring large data sets quickly.

IBM Aspera Endpoint

Send files from anywhere to anywhere, whether on-premises, in a data center or in the public cloud.

IBM Aspera High-Speed Transfer Server

Perform high-speed transfers of files and large data sets using desktop, mobile and web apps.

Resources

Large engineering source-code repositories

Read about synchronizing large volumes of source code, engineering specs and design documents.

Massive data file stores over WANs

Learn how to overcome the bottlenecks of conventional synchronization tools and scale for top speed.

IBM Aspera FASP® Security Model

Read how Aspera FASP offers built-in security for all IBM Aspera products.

Let’s discuss your data synchronization needs.

Footnotes

¹ Achieved by NI, using IBM Aspera technology

² In synchronizing one million small files with an average file size of 100 KB and network latency and packet loss of 100 ms and 1%, respectively

³ In synchronizing more than 5,000 larger files with an average file size of 100 MB and network latency and packet loss of 100 ms and 1%, respectively

Footnotes

Footnotes

 

¹ Achieved by NI, using IBM Aspera technology

² In synchronizing one million small files with an average file size of 100 KB and network latency and packet loss of 100 ms and 1%, respectively

³ In synchronizing more than 5,000 larger files with an average file size of 100 MB and network latency and packet loss of 100 ms and 1%, respectively