Cloud Front Group and Saratoga Data Systems Announce the Availability of a Faster Protocol for Data Acceleration

January 13, 2014

Cloud Front Group and Saratoga Data Systems announce the availability of a faster protocol for Data Acceleration. Software proven to consistently deliver data with faster performance than SCPS and absolute accuracy over a variety of satellite communications systems.

Reston, VA (PRWEB) January 13, 2014

The Cloud Front Group today announced the availability of software solution that transmits data up to 5-100x faster than TCP and 3x than the SCPS acceleration protocol for satellite communications through the use of Saratoga Data Systems’ Flume Network OptimizationTM product. Flume, a patented software protocol originally developed to optimize large data transfers over terrestrial networks, has proven to consistently deliver data with accelerated performance and absolute accuracy over a variety of satellite communications systems. In recent testing, Flume proved the ability to beat SCPS performance over satellite communications, accurately and consistently, even in the face of degraded networking conditions.

Saratoga Data Systems flagship product, Flume, offers ‘game changing’ solutions for acutely latent and highly intermittent network connections. With the capability to improve bandwidth utilization, accelerate, and effectively synchronize any type and volume of data, whether or not encrypted or compressed, Flume is able to achieve significant speed gains for new data content and transmission.

Cloud Front Group, Inc. was formed to develop and implement a comprehensive package of business resources, processes and tools that can be tailored to each client high technology emerging firm to affect the efficient delivery of goods and services over the “last mile” between the company and the US government by mitigating credibility and viability impediments to the successful and “ahead of the curve” deployment of “leading edge” technologies within the US government.

John Mackay, President of the Cloud Front Group stated, “Flume presents organizations currently using SCPS solutions with an option to move data across satellite systems with a higher performance, lower cost of ownership solution. Flume allows accelerated data movement and assured delivery across any internet connection using commodity PC hardware. The Cloud Front Group is very pleased to offer its partners and customers this cost effective breakthrough in data capability for world wide data delivery for immediate use.”

“We are excited to be able to partner with the Cloud Front Group,” said Greg Fairbank, President and CEO of Saratoga Data Systems. “Their support, extensive government market space experience, significant business partnerships and strategic relationships will have a significant impact upon bringing our solutions to bear upon normal data volumes as well as big data transmission problems currently being addressed by various agencies of the US government.”


About Cloud Front Group

Cloud Front Group is an agile business with expertise in cybersecurity, big data analytics, and mobility gained through decades of hands-on experience providing solutions to the intelligence and war-fighter communities. Cloud Front focuses on improving the nation's analytics capabilities while addressing the reality of a vastly reduced funding landscape. The Cloud Front Group is a privately held company in Reston, Virginia. Learn more at


About Saratoga Data Systems, Inc.

Saratoga Data Systems focuses on solving the problems associated with extreme data volumes. The Saratoga Optimization Platform provides businesses with the ability to manage data size, increase performance of data processing applications, and to move the data to its destination far faster than previously thought possible. Saratoga Data Systems, Inc. is a privately held corporation headquartered in San Jose, California.            

Learn more at http://www.saratogadata.com.

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