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Signiant’s solutions are essential wherever there is a need to move large files with speed, reliability, and security.

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What's New

Today’s global media industry is increasingly inclusive

Media companies of all sizes, located all over the world, are getting a chance to participate. Learn how recent developments in IP and cloud tech are driving the change.

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How Janson Media is able to compete with much larger companies

“Media Shuttle immediately helped. It kept our workflow and delivery process smooth and reliable, and enabled us to re-focus on growing our business.” ~ Jesse Janson, EVP Acquisitions & Development at Janson Media

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Chinese Language Support for Media Shuttle

Media Shuttle portals can now be translated into Chinese (Simplified Mandarin), in addition to English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish.

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Media Shuttle by the Numbers:


Connected businesses


Global users




PB data transferred

Why Signiant?

Signiant has a history rooted in developing file transfer software for some of the world’s largest companies. Originally created to move huge code bases around the world for global software development, Signiant’s solutions are useful wherever there is a critical need to move large data sets with security, reliability, and speed.

We love serving the imaginative and highly intelligent customers we get to interact with everyday. Their work inspires us to keep innovating and stay at the head of our field. And we hope Signiant software helps ours customers do the same. Read more


The Death of Scripted FTP

Most FTP systems operating in businesses today include numerous scripts to enable basic business functions, such as automation, notifications and… read more


Signiant Introduces Patent-Pending Intelligent Transport

New Architecture Leverages Machine Learning to Adapt to Network Conditions in Real-time. read more

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