|Aspera||Aspera FASP is a high-performance reliable transport protocol designed to transfer files and objects
over wide area networks with arbitrarily high speeds of up to 10 Gbps on commodity hardware, independent of round-trip delay and packet loss, using a single transport stream. FASP includes an adaptive rate control algorithm that provides congestion avoidance, bandwidth fairness to standard TCP, and disk-based congestion avoidance, and also includes on-the-fly encryption and integrity verification.
|Data Expedition||Data Expedition developed a set of software tools based on their "Multipurpose Transaction Protocol" (MTP/IP), a UDP-based protocol that uses a data-pull model, and works well on congested links, satellite links, as well as high-speed networks. It is designed to handle files up to 8 exabytes and networks speeds up to 100Gbps and beyond. They also offer SDKs that allow one to integrate MTP-based data transfers into custom applications and some off-the-shelf applications.|
|Tixel||TIXstream from Tixel is another UDP-based solution.