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Signiant takes full advantage of cloud technology to provide businesses with the best large file transfer software available on the market today.

With Signiant’s simple interfaces delivered from the cloud, you have less installation time and fewer maintenance fees. Our cloud-based products integrate easily into your existing environment, so file transfers can start immediately.

Flight, for example, is the only SaaS solution on the market that accelerates the movement of large files and data sets into and out of cloud storage. Automatically maintained and updated for you, SkyDrop is easy to deploy, scales as needed, and works with Amazon S3 and other leading cloud platforms.

Take a few minutes to read the articles below and learn more about Signiant’s cloud storage and cloud-delivered interfaces.

The Benefits of SaaS Multi-Tenant Architecture »

What is multi-tenant architecture and how does it benefit costumers using SaaS solutions like Media Shuttle and Flight?

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Streaming to the Cloud with Flight, One of Many New Flight Capabilities »

Signiant CTO Ian Hamilton recently wrote an article about the challenges of economically getting high-quality contribution video feeds from remote events back to a permanent facility for, in this case, live processing and delivery to a CDN for live streaming to consumers. This requires a tool - such as Signiant Flight, capable of overcoming the issues of latency and packet loss. Here's an update on some of Flight's new features and benefits and a look at some of its use cases.

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Signiant Offering for Azure and AWS Enables Cloud Workflows »

Signiant, the leading provider of SaaS solutions for fast, reliable global access to high-value media files, has announced that some of the media industry’s most innovative emerging cloud services will be showcased with the company’s SaaS platform at IBC 2017. One such partner, Hybrik, brings a unique new model to the cloud transcoding space that aligns particularly well with Signiant’s pioneering efforts to make cloud technology accessible to the industry.

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Cloud Leader Signiant Unveils Next-Generation Partner Ecosystem for the SaaS Era »

Signiant has announced that several groundbreaking new technologies developed by partners will be showcased interoperating with the company’s platform at IBC 2017. Demonstrations of the Signiant platform interoperating with technology from Fortium, Hybrik and GrayMeta will be presented at IBC 2017 on Stand 14.L08.

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Producing Live Streaming Coverage of Remote Events: A Cloud-Based Approach »

Flight’s ability to accelerate standard HTTP(S) transfers enables a model for ingesting high-quality live video contribution feeds directly into the cloud for remote event production and streaming.

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And Now For Something Completely Different… »

With our deep roots supporting the M&E sector, and its common need to move large files over distance, it is easy to forget that Signiant has long had customers from other industries. Often utilizing very different data types, workflows and tools - and typically involved in products and services utterly unlike those in the media space - many of these industries nevertheless share M&E’s need for fast, reliable, and secure solutions for the movement of their valuable data.

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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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Signiant to Unveil Major Innovations at NAB 2017 »

Signiant announced the launch of three major platform advancements at NAB 2017. Focused on aligning with customers’ top technical and operational priorities, the company will showcase new developments in accelerated transport to the cloud, universal access for the entire ecosystem, and storage choice.

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The Cloud: Revolutionizing the Media Business From Above »

Here's a quick look into our new eBook, which describes how major broadcasters and other media companies have begun to move segments of their core operations into the cloud.

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Reflections on the Cloud in 2016 »

Having been in the thick of the cloud transition for several years now, I am sometimes reminded of the ‘Stages of Grief’ model espoused by psychiatrists. Relative to other technology transitions this one seems to have a strong emotional component – perhaps because the move to cloud technology has happened so fast and is potentially so disruptive.

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