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TCP Acceleration

by Mike Okiro

Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is a primary source of transporting protocols used on IP networks. The purpose of the acceleration is to overcome protocol failures (TCP or application). Indeed, many applications have been created for use on a Local Area Network (LAN) and are now used over wide area networks (WAN). However, these applications exchange a lot of information between the client and the server and therefore depend on the transfer times. The primary objective of TCP acceleration is to devise means of reducing the number of network round trips necessary for the operation of the application. Get TCP Acceleration software.


Mike Okiro

A Wide Area Network (WAN) is crucial system for any businesses having multiple branches in different and far apart locations. To keep programs running, devices correctly configured, and data flowing, a secure and reliable connectivity is a must. With a WAN acceleration solution any business can ensure their system remains efficient and secure. Acceleration products help optimizes the infrastructure by overcoming regular network performance challenges. This results in rapid and secure data flow and savings bandwidth operations costs. Common acceleration strategies include data deduplication, packet recovery, data compression, path selection, network transparency and more.

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