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Feb 22, 2022. You've Got Files! Version 4.300 SMTPS using TLS 1.2 support.

Mar 30, 2019. You've Got Files! Version 4.208 longer passwords.

Jul 12, 2018. You've Got Files! Version 4.111 SFTP support enhanced.

Feb 10, 2016. You've Got Files! Version 4.103 WebDAV support.

Jun 11, 2014. You've Got Files! Version 4.033 Automated translation and Reliability improvements.

Nov 21, 2013. You've Got Files! Version 4.030 Robust email and File Size feature.

May 6, 2013. Gigabyte Express version 7.534 Flat File transmission[NoDestFolder] And filter improvement.

Apr 3, 2013. You've Got Files! Version 4.022 It's about time.

Sep 24, 2012. You've Got Files! Version 4.015 with YgfManage(TM) Human Interface.

May 17, 2005. US Patent 6,895,019 granted for RELIA technology as an extension of TCP

Sep 3, 2002. US Patent 6,445,717 granted for RELIA technology using UDP

Feb 22, 2022. You've Got Files! Version 4.300 SMTPS using TLS 1.2 support.

Mar 30, 2019. You've Got Files! Version 4.208 AS400 FTP supported.

Jul 12, 2018. You've Got Files! Version 4.111 SFTP support.

Feb 10, 2016. You've Got Files! Version 4.103 WebDAV support.

Jun 11, 2014. You've Got Files! Version 4.033 Automated translation and Reliability improvements.

Nov 21, 2013. You've Got Files! Version 4.030 Robust email and File Size feature.

  • CcEmail YgfManage adds GUI-entry of CC email address list, supported in all versions.
  • File size too big notification Receive notification of too-large log files.
  • Short cut to Services Control A shortcut to more easily change settings on the ygf service.
  • Emails retried with new global credentials if there are new global credentials since the email was first not accepted by the SMTP server.



May 6, 2013. Gigabyte Express 7.534 Flat File transmission[NoDestFolder] And filter improvement.

Apr 3, 2013. You've Got Files! Version 4.022 It's about time.

Sep 24, 2012. You've Got Files! Version 4.015 with YgfManage(TM) Human Interface.

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May 17, 2005. US Patent 6,895,019 granted for RELIA technology as an extension of TCP

The United States Patent Office assigned Patent Number 6,895,019 to Niwot's RELIA™ Technology when implemented within the framework of TCP. Initially filed on May 1, 1998, this Patent was granted on May 17, 2005.

“The claims in this patent cover the implementation of error correcting algorithms along with retransmission using TCP packets instead of UDP packets” said Bill Gibson, President and CTO of Niwot Networks. “The original RELIA patent covers the combination of information recovery using parity packets and the ability to retransmit should the recovery be unsuccessful.”

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Sep 3, 2002. US Patent 6,445,717 granted for RELIA technology using UDP

The United States Patent Office assigned Patent Number 6,445,717 to Niwot's RELIA™ Technology. Initially filed on May 1, 1998, the Patent was granted on September 3, 2002 as a system for recovering lost information in a data stream. RELIA adds parity to the TCP algorithm, and sends packets as UDP packets.

With existing TCP algorithms, software detects corrupted or missing information packets and retransmits the lost information. The RELIA patent covers the combination of information recovery using parity packets and the ability to retransmit should the recovery be unsuccessful. RELIA technology is the logical next step for environments which suffer from the combination of packet loss and longer delay, e.g. the international and satellite Internet.

“Lost information packets are a fact of life on the Internet,” said Bill Gibson, President and CTO of Niwot Networks. “RELIA sends a little extra data to allow the receiver to recover the lost information. This eliminates the wait time and the retransmission associated with lost information. With RELIA, your data moves efficiently even when information is being lost. Think of it as RAID for the Internet.”

One of the world’s largest multinational conglomerates sends thousands of files from California to India on a daily basis for remote processing. According to one of their Sr. Systems Engineer, “When using TCP/IP to send 145MB of image files to India it took us 8 hours to complete the transmission and when sending the same amount using RELIA, it took 40 minutes. Unbelievable difference! We literally watched files fly out of here! I would recommend RELIA as a transport method in any WAN environment.”

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