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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 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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    The Historical Growth of DatA: Why We Need a Faster Transfer Solution for Large Data Sets

    As the data explosion continues, bandwidth and latency are growing concerns.
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    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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    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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  • A promotional poster for the Deadliest Catch TV show on Discovery with a Media Shuttle portal over it.

    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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  • A glowing map of the world with white dots on major cities and yellow curved lines connecting various cities.

    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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    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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    Limitations of IP Networks for Cloud Connectivity

    Traditional methods of sending and sharing data over IP networks rely on a networking protocol known as TCP, which doesn’t work well for large-scale cloud uploads.
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    National Hockey League (NHL)

    Prior to implementing Signiant’s file movement software, the NHL’s proprietary venue-based IP network was only used to transfer scoring data, and provide IP-based voice communications. With the ability to closely control media transfers, Signiant’s solution allows the NHL to accelerate the movement of large video files over its network while managing and optimizing bandwidth usage to ensure that these vital, existing services remain uninterrupted.
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    How the Guardian Handles 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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    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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    The Secure Design Principles That Guide Signiant

    The highly secure architecture of all of our products is the result of consistent application of secure design principles, which are also reflected in operational policy and procedures.
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