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Hey Katy, this is completely dependent on the upload speed on your end, and the download on the other side - but the fastest way to do this would be to overnight a drive it on disk....
I sent it from LA to India and it took - and paid premium for express to get there in 3 days and now it is stuck in customs and apparently this is normal and can be there for up to a month...
So if I send another drive it will the same issue
I see, and i guess that makes sense. So other wise you are strictly stuck on bandwidth on both sides....thats the bot***** *****ne, if your company happens to have a data center access where they host servers, that would be the very best you could do for bandwidth on your end, in India they would need the same....
To make it simple, if your upload speed is 5MB and their download is 50MB, you are stuck at 5. Make sense?
7TB is a ton of data, this is all about bandwidth.
So there are no professional services that will transfer the data for you?
Not unless you have data center access....think about it, if you are slow to upload, what can you do? There is no magic answer here, these are simply facts....
and more than likely the reciver of the data does not have the DOWNLOAD speed to get anything YOU push from here, do you understand that?
A packed freeway can not have cars get up to speed if its too congested, that is the problem.
The problem is the other end...They are in India..and dont have access to that bandwigth..even then it would take nearly 2 weeks to transfer
so, thats that then.....you need to wait for the data to clear customs