Conquer the Tyranny of Distance and Unreliable DDIL Network

Global data-intensive operations face significant challenges due to long distances and Denied, Degraded, Intermittent, and Limited Bandwidth (DDIL) network issues. According to IBM research, the widely used TCP protocol experiences a substantial performance drop of over 90% when round trip times exceed 100 milliseconds or packet loss rates surpass 10%. For example, the round trip time from Washington, D.C. to a U.S. base in East Asia is about 100 milliseconds, exacerbating performance degradation in such scenarios.


Genesis Transport Protocol (GTP)

Genesis GTP integrates AI-driven data compression with a data transmission control protocol to establish a robust solution. In a data transfer scenario within the United States (CONUS), GTP demonstrated a notable 5X improvement compared to the standard SCP (secure copy) method.

This solution optimizes TCP-based transmission, well-suited for applications in favorable network conditions.


Genesis Universial Protocol (GUP)

Genesis GUP represents a significant advancement in long-distance data transmission.

Combining proprietary FEC with the UDP protocol and AI-driven data compression, GUP achieved an impressive 50X increase in data throughput compared to the SCP solution, especially during data transmission across the Pacific Ocean.

GUP is well-suited for applications targeting long-distance communication or under Denied, Degraded, Intermittent, and Limited Bandwidth (DDIL) network conditions.


If you have large size of data to be transfer in global operations.

We can help you to improve the speed and performance of your data operations!