cloud services

  • Broadcast Engineering | Media file sharing via the cloud catching on

    After a few years of uncertainty and caution, broadcasters and production companies that serve them are beginning to have a better understanding of what “the cloud” is and how it can help produce and distribute content internally and for consumer use. We’re seeing many success stories.
  • M&E Journal | Sharing High-Value Content in the Cloud: The Tale of Three Stakeholders

    In this game-changing era of multi-platform content delivery, media and entertainment professionals need convenient ways to exchange digital assets with people inside and outside of their organizations. In this article, we’ll describe a new breed of cloud systems that offer all of the ease, convenience and flexibility of the most popular file-sharing services, with the enterprise-level security and administration required to protect and manage high-value digital assets.
  • Signiant’s Chief Technologist Ian Hamilton to Present at BroadcastAsia2012

    Signiant will demonstrate its full line of enterprise file movement solutions in stand 4U2-04 at BroadcastAsia2012. Ian Hamilton’s session, “Moving Global Content Exchanges to the Cloud” will take place on Wednesday, June 20 at 2:00 p.m. at Suntec Singapore.
  • Signiant to Demonstrate Media Exchange Solution at Akamai Edge 2011

    “Our partnership goes back to the 2008 Beijing Games, one of the most ambitious media projects in history, in which Signiant was able to deliver thousands of media assets to Akamai in a fully automated workflow throughout the event. Since then Signiant has been used to deliver millions of assets via Akamai NetStorage, serving some of the world’s largest CDN users.”
  • arvato Chooses Signiant Technology for New Multi-Site Collaboration Platform and Media Distribution

    “We had tested a number of content exchange tools, and the Signiant solutions were superior. Signiant transport and automation systems are well-known in the industry as a fast and efficient means of content transfer with no restrictions on file size — and it is many times more secure and efficient than FTP.”