Global Data Transfer

Ultra-fast & Reliable UDP+FEC

Many enterprises need to transfer huge data efficiently and securely across global networks. The traditional internet protocol TCP has its intrinsic limitation, especially at high round-trip time. UDP is a light-weight and fast protocol but packet delivery is not guaranteed. Genesis FEC provides an excellent solution to mitigate packet loss over UDP, providing a reliable way to transfer data of any size to anywhere over the internet at lightning speed. We have solutions that deliver 20-50X faster transfer speed than conventional solutions.

WAN Conditioning & Optimization

SD-WAN FEC solution

SD-WAN utilizes packet level FEC for path optimization and to repair dropped and out-of-order packets. FEC effectively mitigates packet loss so that network equipment can reconstitute lost packets at receiver of a WAN link, avoiding delays that come with multiple round-trip retransmissions. This significantly improves application performance, making Genesis FEC an ideal packet-based erasure code for SD-WAN technology.

Networks in the zettabyte era

FEC for Network Transceiver

Data centers continue to push the envelope of fast network performance in order to keep up with exponential data growth and global operations. The transmission of Ethernet frames at 25 or 50 Gbps may become the next network standard. FEC accelerates network performance to tolerate higher bit error rates, which will eventually lower the equipment costs. Genesis FEC delivers a over 11 dB net coding gain with hard decision and ultra-low latency.

Long Distance Optical Networks in the zettabyte era

FEC for Optical Transport Network

Many telecommunication operators have started transitions to 100 Gb/s optical networks and beyond. High speed optical networks need more efficient FEC to deal with the optical-impairments and keep the bit error rate (BER) at long distances sufficiently low. The new 3rd generation FEC codes have been proposed to bring above 10dB NCG. Genesis Codes can deliver over 11dB NCG with hard decision, The extremely simple algorithm is suitable for ASIC implementation, making it an ideal FEC candidate for the next generation of OTN.