Release Notes Updated: June 28, 2016
Welcome to the first release of the IBM Aspera FASPStream. FASPStream is a product that allows carrying an input stream over WAN distances using the FASP transport technology. Streams are reliably and bit-perfect replicated at the receiving endpoint with minimal and predictable latency, with rates from 10s of Mbps to multiple Gbps, following the standard Aspera FASP security framework. The most common example of an input stream is media, which is encoded as a 'transport stream' (often referred to as MPEG-TS), but it can also be sensor-generated data, logs as generated by an application or database, messages generated by a message queue, a raw disk backup, and so on.
- Input streams accepted over UDP unicast and multicast
- Output streams generated as UDP unicast or multicast
- Command line invocation (ascp4)
Linux 64-bit: Ubuntu 12-14, RedHat 6-7, CentOS 6-7, Fedora 16-20, Debian 6-7, SLES 11-12 Kernel 2.4 or higher and libc version GLIB 2.3.4+
md5: 7aae973b60d6f84349157b1c8f6e439f sha1: 5187dbb54080e1bab91712f8d726f568e74e5905
md5: 63916c402987dc93d5f453660d38b78b sha1: ff6729dfb758593beb86e400683b5880876bb53a
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