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File Transfer Protocol

A standard protocol for exchanging files between computers on the Internet.
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GEDI specified a standard file transfer protocol (initially FTAM, later FTP), a standard file interchange format (TIFF), and a standard format for metadata (the GEDI document header).
0 can automatically switch between one and two B-channels, so that transfers can be made even if only one channel is free, and Hermstedt's file transfer protocol provides automatic compression and decompression to guarantee faster delivery speeds and cross-platform functionality.
SecureTransport is a centrally managed, client-server solution supporting a broad set of secure, open standard file transfer protocols, including FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SSH (SFTP and SCP), and AS2.
This new advanced device connectivity server uses GE's Service Request Transfer Protocol (SRTP) to provide real-time, configurable read-and-write access from Wonderware software to GE PLCs.
Founded in 1996, GlobalSCAPE is the developer of CuteFTP, the most popular file transfer protocol application on the market.
3 Software that improves support for the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP), and now supports PictBridge and Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) technologies.
Microsoft Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) support so that all Microsoft PlaysForSure devices work without any additional drivers
SCIP-MR also supports a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server for downloading upgrades.
NASDAQ:TMWD), a leading provider of email security, managed file transfer, and identity validation appliance and software products, today announced the availability of the Tumbleweed FTP Analyzer(TM), a free diagnostic tool that helps organizations identify unsecured and rogue File Transfer Protocol (FTP) traffic within their IT environments.
With this enhancement Minacom PowerProbe 6000 & PowerProbe 500 platforms can perform non-intrusive Real-time Transfer Protocol (RTP) / IP loopback tests to troubleshoot and validate the quality of VoIP, digital TV, video-on-demand (VoD), Internet and Fax-over-IP services.