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 # M-Stream Usage Notes # M-Stream Usage Notes
-Last updated on Sept. 10, 2019+Last updated on Sept. 11, 2019
  
 M-Stream is a File Fabric feature that speeds up the uploading, downloading and copying of very big files. Large files are split into pieces, sent in parallel over multiple streams, and reassembled back into a contiguous file or object at the target. In this way M-Stream maximizes throughput over available network bandwidth, minimizes network latency, and increases resiliency, particularly for wide area networks. ​ M-Stream is a File Fabric feature that speeds up the uploading, downloading and copying of very big files. Large files are split into pieces, sent in parallel over multiple streams, and reassembled back into a contiguous file or object at the target. In this way M-Stream maximizes throughput over available network bandwidth, minimizes network latency, and increases resiliency, particularly for wide area networks. ​
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 * CIFS/SMB * CIFS/SMB
 * Swift API (SwiftStack,​ OpenStack Swift, Swift based clouds) ​ * Swift API (SwiftStack,​ OpenStack Swift, Swift based clouds) ​
-* S3 API (certified on AWS S3, Scality, Cloudian) ​+* S3 API (certified on AWS S3, Cloudian) ​
 * Filesystem (FS, Local block storage, StorNext, Ceph FS and many others) ​ * Filesystem (FS, Local block storage, StorNext, Ceph FS and many others) ​