INNORIX

INNORIX

Innorix quickly transfers files with no limitation in the size of files, distance or network conditions. Innorix's epoch-making file transfer technology differentiates from other general products of the industry that display restrictions in various environmental conditions when transferring files.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1998
Employees
50
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