fast file transfer

More businesses are transferring large files over long distances today than ever before. Despite file transfer being a common practice, not all files move at the same speed. Many details impact file transfer including the size of the file, the end-point locations, the path, the devices, firewalls, network systems, and encryption.

Up until recent technology innovations, transferring large files over a high bandwidth network would take a long time with major security risks. Traditional web and file transfer protocols (FTP) frequently slowed down file movement due to latency and loss compensation.

We’re changing that. Signiant is a leader in cutting edge file transfer technology that makes file transfers fast. Using Signiant’s acceleration protocol makes your delivery times up to 200X faster than previous FTP solutions with 95% higher network efficiency. Our UDP acceleration protocol compensates for network latency and loss in IP networks.

Media Shuttle ensures fast file transfer to save your company time, money and stress. How do we make fast file transfer?

  • Unparalleled capabilities for bandwidth management
  • Predictable transfer times
  • Network overload prevention

Read more about fast file transfer in the articles below.

Where does media truly stand with 5G? »

“5G removes all the limitations we had with the things you have to plug in. Less gear and no limitation on where you can be,” Sahara says. “As long as you're somewhere in the network, somewhere you can get a signal, you can do what you need to do. And that's the freedom that 5G will enable.”

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Signiant is 5G ready. Are you? »

As major innovations like 5G promise to reshape the media landscape in ways both small and large, Signiant strives to provide tools that help businesses navigate each new curve as it appears.

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What is iPerf? »

iPerf is a command-line tool that allows IT personnel to check transfer speeds between a given source and destination, based on factors such as bandwidth. While iPerf is a third-party tool unassociated with Signiant, it is a tool we use regularly to help diagnose network conditions when deploying our software.

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What’s New in Jet — March 2020 »

Signiant is excited to introduce the latest Jet updates: improvements to Job configuration, searching files, and Jet APIs.

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Bandwidth vs. Throughput, and how to get the most out of your network »

Signiant’s accelerated file transfer solutions are designed to optimize transfers based on file and storage type, distance, and network conditions, to make sure you get the most out of all available bandwidth. And, the bigger the pipe, the more we can help!

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Why M&E businesses are moving away from online file sharing tools for their valuable media assets »

Many of our customers employ both Media Shuttle along with online file sharing tools, using the latter for small in-house files. Still, at the end of the day, the bulk of content that drives the M&E industry is simply not suited for online file sharing tools, and using them can jeopardize security, productivity, and overall success.

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Social media is raising the stakes for live production »

Social media is a vital aspect of live production, almost by design. Live events — be they sporting events, gaming competitions, or holiday spectacles — create a vibrant sense of community for audiences.

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Chris Fournelle joins the Signiant front line »

We got the chance to speak with our newest team member, Chris Fournelle. As a 25-year veteran of M&E, Chris has worked on incredibly influential programming, such as Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Nova! Luckily, he was willing to share all his insight with us.

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Signiant Jet demonstrates transfer speeds of 10 Gbps »

Like all Signiant products, Jet is designed to move large data sets far and fast. But with Jet, Signiant introduced an entirely new patent-pending transport that adds a layer of intelligence to determine how to achieve the highest possible speed in any environment.

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Moving to an ecosystem model: The complex reality of global, intercompany content exchange »

The rise of global cross-company partnerships has created the need for new business strategies based in ecosystem models, and the software that supports them.

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