Titan FTP Server is a native 64-bit application. While 64-bit architecture has been available since the early 2000s, a surprising number of applications are still 32-bit. When evaluating FTP server technology, it’s important to understand whether the program is a native 64-bit implementation or is merely “64-bit compliant.”
A native 64-bit application can address all the available memory on the server. This is a benefit for resource-intensive tasks, such as large batch transfers, running large reports or rendering graphics. A 64-bit compliant application simply means that the program can run on a 64-bit architecture – but it cannot address all the available memory. Reading and writing 32-bits at a time will have a negative impact on performance.