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eBooks

The Signiant Advantage: 10 Reasons Why the Media & Entertainment Industry Chooses Signiant

Signiant is the market leader in intelligent file transfer. From its market leading products and cloud leadership to world class customer support, Signiant is the choice solution for the world’s top media companies. Download this eGuide to learn why Signiant wins over other file acceleration solutions.

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Webcasts

Cloud vs. On-Prem: Video Processing and Delivery

The cloud has transformed video processing and delivery, and it's more robust, efficient, and flexible than ever. But on-prem solutions still have their place, as do hybrid solutions that offer the best of both worlds.

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Case Studies

Signiant Technology at the 2018 Winter Games in South Korea

Media coverage for a major sports event, from the live action to archives, requires layers of technology and talent at every stage. Signiant’s secure, accelerated file transfer solutions come into play as soon as recording begins and are used throughout the life of media files.

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eBooks

More Innovation with Manager + Agents: 4 New Capabilities

Over the past year, we’ve added several significant new capabilities to Manager+Agents, our flagship solution for automated, scheduled transport of large files between geographically dispersed locations. The recent enhancements reflect Signiant’s ongoing commitment to innovation in support of our customers’ evolving needs within a rapidly changing, competitive, and fast-paced media landscape.

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The Pitfalls of Online File Sharing and Sending Services for the Media & Entertainment Industry

Using consumer-oriented services like Dropbox, Box, and WeTransfer, can be a nice, user-friendly replacement to older file transfer methods such as FTP and shipping hard drives. But for a modern M&E company consistently sending and sharing mission-critical files, including massive video files, using these offerings can be both risky and restricting. Learn about the 7 key issues that make online file sharing and sending services unfit for the needs of today’s media and entertainment businesses, and how next-generation solutions offer much faster, more secure and more flexible solutions.

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Case Studies

VFX Legion blows up the model with Media Shuttle

Burbank-based visual effects studio, VFX Legion, needed a better accelerated file transfer solution to connect their globally distributed artists. They needed something that was more reliable, easier to deploy and use, and offered a far more economical pricing model. They chose Media Shuttle. Here’s why.

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White Papers

Media Shuttle – Product White Paper

The most comprehensive asset on Media Shuttle to date, this product white paper covers how cloud technology has enabled a new generation of large file movement solutions, explaining: Signiant’s core technology – acceleration, reliability, security and scale-out management;Media Shuttle’s system architecture;IT considerations, and operation mangers and end user benefits;Shuttle’s TOC and pricing model;Enterprise features and the Web Transfer API;Using Shuttle with cloud storage.

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Case Studies

Snowden Takes Mining Intelligence to the Cloud with Neuroverse

Launching an innovative SaaS platform for analyzing, exploring and visualizing mining data, Snowden was faced with the challenge of how to enable their customers to upload large geospatial data sets into the cloud from locations all around the world. Then they found Signiant.

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Case Studies

Why The Guardian uses Signiant Media Shuttle to handle global sources of video

The Guardian recently went through a "multi-media IT transformation" with Signiant as a core componant. This case study details what they are up to and why they chose Signiant.

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eBooks

The Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Large Media Files

FTP turns 45 in 2016. And while this foundational protocol is still used by a large majority of media professionals to move content, it is slow, unreliable and unable to keep up with the industry. This eGuide covers the history of FTP and why it is no longer the best method to move media files and other types of large unstructured data.

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eBooks

Totally Transformed: How Leading Media Businesses Are Accelerating Their File Transfers And Transforming Their Operations

Today, in media, standing still is simply not an option. To compete effectively, you need to be constantly evolving your business. This means finding new ways to innovate, collaborate, and better serve your customers. Download our new guide to discover how four leading businesses are unlocking new business opportunities by accelerating file transfer.

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Videos

Media Shuttle Ops Admin Demo

The Ops Admin demo walks through day-to-day management functions for running the team’s operations. Learn how to manage users, customize portals, track files and enforce media types.

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White Papers

The Serverless Revolution

Workflow simplification and optimization has long been a major goal in the Media and Entertainment industry. Efforts to make workflows efficient, cost-effective, and adaptable to fluctuating business needs and constraints have driven successive waves of technological innovation and investment across the industry. Does growing cloud adoption finally show a path to achieving this dream of affordable, flexible, scalable, and heavily automated media industry workflows? Download our article featured in the M&E Journal Spring 2017 edition to find out more about how cloud adoption will continue to effect media workflows, as told by Ian Hamilton, founding member and CTO of Signiant.

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Data Sheets

CloudSpeX: Manage File Delivery Specifications and Asset Validation in the Cloud

CloudSpeX is an application for use with Media Shuttle and Managers+Agents file transfer software that validates format compliance before file transfer to save your time and resources. Learn how you can lower rejection rates and better manage the volume and complexity of delivery specifications.

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Webcasts

5 Reasons Video Production Teams Need Fast File Transfer Software

The art of video production has evolved in so many ways in a relatively short amount of time. One direct result has been the growing demand for higher quality video, which means larger video files. Whether your team is working their way through the production process or ready to distribute final video content, they need a reliable way to send and share video content. Finding the right solution is more important than you think.

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White Papers

Sending and Sharing Large Files: the Benefits of File Acceleration

Businesses that regularly produce large unstructured data sets, such as video assets or high-resolution images, often need to share them with colleagues, clients and contractors around the world. Sending these huge files over IP networks can be very slow and unreliable, a problem that is becoming more widespread with the adoption of public cloud platforms such as AWS and Microsoft Azure. Download this white paper from Signiant and read about how acceleration technology addresses the challenge of large file transfer.

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Data Sheets

Signiant Flight Data Sheet: Accelerate Transfer of Large Files Into and Out of Cloud Storage

Amazon S3, Azure, and similar cloud storage solutions are increasingly important for modern businesses, but avoiding latency issues, dealing with multiple platforms, and handling scalability can be difficult. Learn how Signiant Flight accelerates the movement of large data sets into and out of cloud storage.

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Videos

Signiant Executives Explain: An Overview of Signiant

In this video, Signiant’s CEO, CTO and Director of DevOps talk about the problems Signiant was born to solve. Huge files, long distances, network underperformance, customers’ control of their own storage, and security as a design choice rather than an afterthought – all addressed in Signiant’s offerings. Learn why designing a platform built for professionals has to cover so much ground.

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Videos

Media Shuttle IT Admin Demo

The IT Admin demo shows how technical people responsible for systems configuration will perform initial setup tasks such as adding a portal, assigning storage, setting bandwidth limits and setting authentication types.

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White Papers

Flight – Product White Paper

Today, most enterprises are connected to the cloud, or they are looking at ways to harness the cloud’s advanced compute and storage offerings. However, for many of them, moving big data into and out of cloud storage in a fast, reliable and secure manner is an ongoing challenge. Download this white paper and learn how Signiant Flight is helping organizations around the globe solve this problem. Some of the key takeaways include: What acceleration means for file transfer and how it works; Benefits of easy global access to cloud storage; How a cloud-native SaaS solution can help you minimize operational overhead; Real-world applications of how customers are using Flight

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eBooks

The Cloud: Revolutionizing the Media Business From Above

It’s the new normal for broadcasting. Larger file formats, bigger data sizes and higher-resolution images are here to stay. And that has pushed the industry to search for reliable, scalable, flexible and cost-effective ways to efficiently and securely send, process and store those large files — and to do so in a way that enhances workflows, rather than stymies them. Download our new eBook done in partnership with NewBay to learn how major broadcasters and other media companies have begun to move segments of their core operations into the cloud.

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Videos

Signiant Solutions Overview

Whether you need to easily send and share files between people, move files securely behind a fire-wall in an automated lights-out workflow, or transfer large data-sets to and from the cloud, there is a Signiant Solution that is right for your needs.

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White Papers

Signiant’s Manager+Agents Content Security Strategy

Signiant’s Manager+Agents software protects assets from threats posed by individuals, hacker groups and criminal adversaries. This white paper covers both the security services provided by Signiant and the third party validations Signiant employs.

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Hybrid Software as a Service (saas): The Flexible Way to Move and Manage Media

In the field of media production, media and entertainment organizations have yet to fully realize the benefits of software as a service (SaaS) when it comes to a key element of their day-to-day operations: moving the extremely large video and audio files that are the lifeblood of their business. Opportunities remain, however, for media production professionals and teams to seamlessly implement hybrid SaaS solutions into their operations. With Signiant’s hybrid SaaS Media Shuttle, enjoy the benefits of this “best of both worlds” approach: fast, easy, secure file transfers that provide users with command over the process and control of their proprietary data.

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eBooks

5 Reasons Fast Video File Transfers are Critical to Your Business

In the media production business, demand for high-resolution video content is growing rapidly while the size of those video files is growing exponentially. Moving large files is becoming increasing difficult, but it doesn’t need to be.

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eBooks

Today’s Reality for Moving Large Content Files: Why Every Media Firm Can (and Should) Use Enterprise-class File Transfer Software

Cloud computing is revolutionizing software for Media & Entertainment, making technology that was once only available with enterprise budgets and multiple data centers accessible to small and mid-sized companies. This recent evolution has had a direct impact on the way companies send and share content around the world. With modern SaaS enabled large file transfer solutions, every media company can afford to participate in the global media marketplace.

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5 Reasons Your Corporate Video Department Needs File Transfer Acceleration

Being responsible for corporate video production within a non-media large enterprise can be hard. The challenges of video are the same as within a media and entertainment company, but the technology infrastructure and business culture are often very different. Download this eGuide to learn how intelligent file acceleration can add security, raise productivity, enhance visibility, reduce chaos and, most importantly, add speed and reliability to standard corporate video production workflows.

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eBooks

Accelerated Ingest to Cloud Services

Moving large amounts of data into cloud storage can be surprisingly difficult. One way or another, the data needs to travel over an IP network to reach the cloud – and IP transfers are slow and unreliable over long distances. The solution lies in the form of specialized acceleration technology from Signiant, which is now available as a SaaS offering specifically designed for cloud ingest. Read this eBook and learn how Signiant Flight can overcome IP network bottlenecks and accelerate the transfer of data into and out of Amazon S3 or Azure.

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Data Sheets

Manager+Agents: System-to-System Media Movement, Management, Automation and Control

Manager+Agents provides sophisticated media delivery that scales as your business scales. Manager allows users to can exchange content and metadata files with other users and systems and regardless of location or file size, and Agents manage and track movement. Learn more in this data sheet.

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White Papers

Signiant’s Acceleration Protocol using UDP

Signiant’s acceleration protocol improves on standard IP transfers based in TCP, sending data up to 200 times faster. This white paper discusses the reasons why, including how our acceleration protocol practically eliminates latency and fully utilizes available bandwidth, for efficient and reliable large file transfers even over long distances.

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Faster, Safer, Cloudier: 3 Critical Questions in Choosing the Right Accelerated File Transfer Technology

There are two fundamental IT realities in media today: Files are getting bigger. Deadlines are getting tighter. The result is that media businesses need to rethink how they move their most valuable data from place to place—whether from studio to distributor, production house to client, or datacenter to cloud. The answer is file acceleration. Download our new guide to discover the key questions you’ll need to answer to ensure you get the right file acceleration solution for your business.

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Videos

Media Shuttle End User Demo

The End User demo covers how to use Media Shuttle to upload and download media files of any size, and trigger high-speed transfers. Watch how you send and receive content with Portals, conform to media specification and receive email notifications.

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Case Studies

Harbor Picture Company: A New York premium brand enables next generation collaborative workflows

Harbor Picture Company has designed and built some of the most state-of-the-art post production facilities in NYC. They already occupy 50,000 sq. ft in Soho, and just broke ground on New York’s largest scale theatrical mix stage and premier screening room with Atmos, 3-D, and 4K projection. Harbor also deployed Signiant’s Media Shuttle, a hybrid SaaS large file transfer solution to address a critical aspect of the next phase in their business growth.

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What You Need to Know to Handle Successful File Transfer in a New Media World: A buying guide by George Winslow, New Bay Media

OTT , SVOD, AR, 4K, EST, HDR, VR, 8K and a host of other new formats, platforms and business models are transforming today’s media and entertainment industry. Can your file transfer system keep up with the lightning pace of innovation? Download our new guide created in partnership with NewBay Media’s TV Technology and Broadcasting & Cable to find out what you need to know to handle successful file transfer in a new media world.

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White Papers

Media Shuttle’s Security White Paper

Leaders in media and entertainment depend on Signiant to move petabytes of high-value digital content every day. Our customers trust us with their intellectual property, delivery timelines, and ultimately their reputation. But mostly they simply want a solution that allows them to focus on their work, without having to track the security of it. Effective security is complicated, however — it must encompass all aspects of product development and daily operations, and requires thoughtful application of both policy and technology. This white paper provides an overview of the security architecture and service operations of Signiant’s Media Shuttle hybrid SaaS solution.

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eBooks

Why Cloud-Native Matters: And How it Differs from Cloud-Washed Software

B2B software companies today all have their own way of explaining how their cloud solution is revolutionizing business. But not all companies mean the same thing when they use the term “cloud”. As cloud-adoption increases, it is necessary to make some clear distinctions between “cloud-native” and “cloud-washed” software. Download this eBook to better understand the important differences and why they matter. Learn about Signiant’s award-winning cloud-native SaaS products for accelerated file transfers, and how these can help your business.

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Case Studies

A growing international agency delivers on its promises, by delivering large media files faster

Chimney Group, a full-service filmmaking and creation agency headquartered in Stockholm, tried everything from open-source to FTP for local and international file deliveries before finding Media Shuttle. Here's their story.

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White Papers

Signiant Availability and Reliability

Signiant software is known for it’s always on and highly reliable file transfer services. This short white paper covers the ways Signiant ensures such a high level of availability and reliability, including our monitoring notifications and services.

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Case Studies

Local Hero Post: A boutique post production studio closes the digital gap in end-to-end feature film production

Local Hero Post has been a file-based studio since opening their first location in Hollywood nearly a decade ago, during the RED camera revolution’s genesis of professional digital filmmaking. However, like many media companies, they struggled with a critical technology gap trying to send large and numerous high resolution files.

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Webcasts

7 Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Share Video Content

Despite being a decades old technology, FTP is still widely used to move large video content between people, systems and even into the cloud. Anyone that’s ever used it knows how slow and unreliable it can be, not to mention difficult to maintain.Check out the recording and learn about some of the most important reasons why media organizations are reconsidering FTP for sending and sharing their video content.

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Case Studies

RadicalMedia: A leading global media studio achieves their longtime goal: seamless digital operations

RadicalMedia is a multi-disciplinary company that crafts notably moving content such as feature films, television, commercials, music videos, documentaries and digital programming. The company long dreamed of becoming a seamless digital studio across their bicoastal and international locations. We worked with them to not only achieve that goal, but also put in place a fully bandwidth-optimized system. Now, they turn out their sought after work much faster and with far less stress.

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Case Studies

Broadmedia: Terrestrial Digital Cinema Distribution Using Signiant Technology

With the use of Signiant technology, Broadmedia was able to successfully distribute DCPs over the Internet at scale.

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How one Post-Production Supervisor makes everything possible with the right file transfer solution

Accord Productions has put the three Media Shuttle portal modes to use in a highly optimized way, allowing them to "operate much larger than they are." Read the full case study for details.

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Post Office Films finds success with large file movement software

Post Office Films is a post house based in Budapest and works with hundreds of films and production houses globally. They are accustom to the challenges of transfering large media files (up to 2 TB of video files in a day), and often juggle three or four productions at one time. They sorely needed an FTP replacement — it was slow and cumbersome — and had resorted to shipping physical media and flying in editors.

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eBooks

6 Ways File Acceleration Will Save Your Project

Production teams are all too familiar with managing the complexities of video workflows on tight timelines. Any obstacles to transferring large video files quickly throughout the production, post-production and delivery process can lead to disaster for a project. Need a better way to send large video files in your enterprise? Download this free eGuide on 6 ways file acceleration will save your project and learn how you can control the chaos of handing off large media files.

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Case Studies

Hearst Television gains a “tremendous advantage” with Signiant’s private cloud solution, Managers+Agents

Hearst’s new system—called UploadSpot—leverages Managers+Agents from Signiant to deliver a private cloud solution that centralizes ingest processing, and distribution across the 29 Hearst US local stations. Using the UploadSpot system, local commercials to be aired on a particular station are delivered directly to the Centrally Hosted systems, instead of the local station.

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Data Sheets

Media Shuttle Data Sheet: The easiest way to send any size file, anywhere, fast.

Do you need to send big files efficiently, securely, and easily? Media Shuttle is the fastest ‘hands on’ way to transfer large digital assets. In this data sheet, you’ll learn about Media Shuttle’s key benefits and features, as well as its system requirements and unique hybrid SaaS architecture.

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Case Studies

London-based global broadcaster creates a new pathway for high-speed, large file delivery

This broadcaster operates in 77 countries, in over 60 million homes, in 15 languages, and centers its business on fast, efficient delivery of content globally, where programs must be edited, dubbed and subtitled anew for regional rebroadcast, then sent to regional playout center partners. Delivering the entire US catalog of programming across the world via the corporate network is no small task—nor is the daily workload of sending large files between 2 GB to 12 GB.

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White Papers

Secure Design in a Hyperconnected World

Over the last decade, we have seen an increasing digital interconnection of people and devices globally. The move from mostly isolated to highly interconnected networks has given us the ability to quickly and simply share files and collaborate on projects with remote partners like never before. Unfortunately, the same interconnectedness that enables innovation in the industry also opens the door to cyber crime, making the security design of media software more important than ever. Download our article featured in the M&E Journal 2015 edition to learn about the 4 secure design principles that are essential today, as told by Ian Hamilton, founding member and CTO of Signiant.

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Webcasts

Accelerate Delivery of Files into Cloud Storage

Signiant CTO, Ian Hamilton, looks at current bandwidth latency challenges, and how Signiant’s SaaS solution, Signiant Flight, can help you quickly easily move your large files into the cloud.

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Shorten post-production workflows by taking advantage of the cloud: An ENVY Post Case Study

Many post-production organizations like ENVY Post are faced with the challenge of sending and receiving large files to local and international clients, whether this is the transfer of rushes from set, the delivery of final masters or providing a collaborative working space for specific projects. See how cloud solutions helped ENVY Post improve their workflows and overall business efficiency.

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Webcasts

FTP’s Midlife Crisis: It’s Time to Accelerate Your Production Workflow

FTP has performed admirably for 45 years, and it may be a file transfer solution you still depend on. But as file sizes continue to grow and workflows continue to globalize, your business needs to move faster to compete. Join us to learn how continued use of FTP could place your business at risk and why it’s time to consider an accelerated file transfer solution to augment and eventually replace your FTP.

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The Next Phase of File-Based Workflows: Preparing for the Future of High Resolution Content

Keeping up with the evolution and demands of delivering high resolution content is getting more difficult every day. Media organizations are being forced to rethink their existing technology choices to scale their business and enable their team to be more efficient without inhibiting creativity. Check out the recording to hear some of the most important reasons why media organizations are focusing on improving their file-based workflows.

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Case Studies

Turner International: Delivering a Global Vision

Turner, one of the United States’ largest global media companies, currently delivers international programming through 38 brands in 36 languages to more than 200 countries via its Technology and Operations team.

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Webcasts

From FTP to SaaS: The Changing Landscape of Large File Transfer

While the transition to digital format has in some ways made moving and sharing content easier, there are still many challenges. File sizes are growing, teams are more dispersed around the globe, and legacy solutions like FTP are unreliable. In this webinar you will learn how the transition from FTP systems to next generation SaaS solutions are not only overcoming these challenges but taking businesses to a new level of productivity.

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Case Studies

At Discovery, over 600 production partners are delivering to the cloud, turning what took days… into just hours.

At Discovery Communications, a file delivery process that once involved the shipment of thousands of data tapes from around the world into the U.S. media giant’s Quality Control center has been reimagined for the cloud.

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Videos

Delivering Better Service with SaaS

In this video you’ll see how SaaS-based software, cloud-native technology, and deep customer relationships combine to form the crystal ball Signiant uses to forecast the technology improvements that will help customers build for today while scaling (and saving) for the future.

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Case Studies

Berliner Synchron Chooses Signiant for Fast, Secure, and Managed File Exchanges with Business Partners

Working with the foremost motion picture distributors, Berliner Synchron has built its business on top-shelf service and high-quality dubbing in all European languages. Using Signiant, they help clients maximize the revenue potential of their movies and other content by speeding the distribution of foreign language versions to market.

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Case Studies

Deluxe Conquers Film Distribution Deadlines Reliably and Securely with Signiant Media Manager

A film's domestic version can change throughout the post-production process, typically very close to its release date, leaving little time to make the necessary changes to the international versions. To meet increasing industry demands, Deluxe chose to transition from hardware and satellite-based distribution technology to file-based technology from Signiant.

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Case Studies

Epix Uses Signiant to Bring HD Content Workflow Innovation to Marketplace

Signiant was a key technology partner in EPIX's ability to streamline media workflows and automate back-end processes to help drive profitability. The multi-platform approach EPIX developed necessitates the free-flow of large file sizes between in-house studios, cable and online distribution channels and multi-screen end users.

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Digital Domain Saves Time and Optimizes Production Workflows with Signiant

Digital Domain chose Signiant's file movement software to meet the company's high throughput requirements, streamline the file transfer process and increase editing productivity, . The solution's central management functionality enables Digital Domain's production staff to speed delivery of content while monitoring the multi-step process of creating 3D content from 2D original material.

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Case Studies

Signiant Helps Deliver On-Demand Video for NBC’s Online Coverage of the Vancouver Games

NBC chose Signiant software because of its process automation capabilities. After content is successfully delivered, a confirmation of receipt is automatically generated so that the URLs can be published. Because the volume of content was large, automation of workflows, job monitoring and delivery receipts were critical to deliver the Winter Games online successfully.

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NFL Network Moves Gameday Footage Coast-to-Coast With Signiant

Using Signiant, NFL Films footage from each game can be uploaded to a secure, shared, digital storage folder to be reviewed and edited by NFL Network employees. These clips are then securely sent across a high-speed, Wide Area Network (WAN) spanning almost 3,000 miles.

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PMG Moves to File-based Delivery with Signiant

Signiant's software helps Premier Media Group distribute a diverse amount of content from various sources across the globe through peer-to-peer content movement within the FOX, Sky and the wider News family, in addition to easily exchanging content with other key partners.

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NBC News Chooses Signiant for File Transfers to Support Coverage of Royal Wedding

For the royal wedding coverage, editors were able to create preliminary cuts of raw footage in London using Avid Media Composer, and then activate the Signiant-ATM transfer from within the Avid software. In New York, editors were able to directly access the footage in minutes, and then perform final editing to cut the video into breaking news or nightly features on the wedding.

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SDI Media Saves Time and Money with Signiant’s Intelligent File Movement Software

Given its broad industry reach, SDI sought a solution that was widely accepted by the media and entertainment industry. With Signiant, the company felt secure knowing that many of the world's leading broadcasters and studios entrust their digital media management to Signiant.

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Lifetime Networks Moves HD and SD Content Cross Country with Signiant

Using Signiant, Lifetime transfers its video content considerably faster than it could using traditional distribution of physical tapes and at a significantly lower cost than real-time video circuits. Lifetime estimates that it transfers dozens of promos a day and more than 100 promos a week using Signiant.

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Webcasts

3 Paths to File Transfer Efficiency

IT professionals love the ease with which Media Shuttle integrates with existing systems, making it simple to onboard new users. And operational teams can benefit from special tools that enable file format compliance checks, metadata capture, and automatic deliveries. Media Shuttle’s unique capabilities were developed by listening carefully to ALL of the stakeholders within a media operation–and developing enhancements that benefit everyone.

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Case Studies

Building Media-Centric Video Facilities, Channel Five Implements a File-Based Workflow

With multiple sites across London and a mix of outsourced and in-house resources, Five's model presented a number of challenges as it looked to evolve its tape-based operation to a file-based workflow. Yet the broadcaster regarded the move to a file-based workflow as much more fundamental than a technology project. It's a business transformation, driven by a change in culture, enabled by technology.

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Case Studies

Signiant Keeps Current TV Viewers …Current

Approximately one-third of Current's on-air broadcast consists of user-generated content, submitted via short-form, non-fiction video "pods." Each pod, which runs between two and 12 minutes in length, is created and submitted by viewers in more than 51 million households spanning the U.S., U.K., and Ireland via the Current website.

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Signiant Media Exchange Faciliates Fast, Secure Transfer of Video Assets for Japan’s Mainichi Broadcasting System

In observance of MBS’s anniversary, “Around the World in 60 Days” plotted the adventures of Japanese journalist Nishi Yasushi as he traveled to multiple destinations on each continent and sampled the food and local culture along the way. Every day, the engineering team used the So-Air service to file video reports from each location over public Internet connections using Signiant software.

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