Interested in boosting the data synchronization of your application? Leverage the full power of RMDT with our extensive SDK. Integrating RMDT for point-to-point, as well as point-to-multipoint data transmissions could not be easier. RMDT is available as a C++ software library and comes pre-compiled for GNU/Linux OS. The library provides intuitive socket-like semantics that allow you to integrate the protocol into your application with only a few lines of code.
RMDT supports centralized transport control mechanisms that allow it to deliver data to several destinations semi-simultaneously. The protocol is suitable for any kind of data set, such as files, databases, or video content, since it does not use compression or data deduplication. In case of a bad connection to a particular destination, the protocol is able to separate the bad node and handle it individually: it can deliver data to the slow node in a separated low-speed session without slowing down the “healthy” receivers, or if necessary remove the slow receiver from the session.
The protocol comes with a built-in ability to handle typical IP network impairments, such as packet losses, latency, and jitter. It also supports cascading: one receiver can act as a sender to further recipients. RMDT provides incredible flexibility for application architects to create complex workflows for any task involving the transmission of large amounts of data.