Tuesday, February 13, 2007
FastSoft Breaks Speed Records, Again
Monrovia-based FastSoft, which is developing technology for accelerating Internet data transfer, has again broken Internet speed records at the SuperComputing 2006 bandwidth challenge, the firm said Monday. The firm was part of an entry as part of a joint entry from Caltech, CERN, and the University of Michigan. The record this year was set by moving 17.77 gigabits per second across the Internet between disks. FastSoft's FastTCP technology was developed at the Caltech, and the founding team at FastSoft has been involved in breaking the Internet Speed Record for several years.