fast file transfer

More businesses are transferring large files over long distances today than ever before. Whether you’re in the entertainment industry or medical field, you’ll find yourself working with data that has moved between multiple locations. 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) were greatly affected by the distance a file would travel due to latency and loss compensation. Recent technology innovations have made file delivery quicker and easier, and Signiant is leading the way in file transfer.

Using Signiant’s acceleration protocol makes 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.

The Signiant software suite offers unparalleled capabilities for bandwidth management. We provide predictable transfer times and prevent overloading of the network. Media Shuttle ensures fast file transfer to save your company time, money and stress.

Read more about fast file transfer in the articles below.

2018: The Year Media Shuttle Hit Hypergrowth »

Media Shuttle was adopted by more people in 2018 than the previous five years combined. Why the sudden growth? We think it has two main causes.

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Manager+Agents Use Cases Part 6: Applications Outside Media & Entertainment »

While specific details of the use cases outlined in this series are unique to M&E, there are parallels in other data-intensive industries like satellite imagery, and life and earth sciences.

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Kevin Scott joins Signiant to help lead our next era, going beyond file transfer »

Signiant’s new CBDO, Kevin Scott discusses the historical and emerging technologies, services and trends that have shaped the media industry.

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Manager+Agents Use Cases Part 5: Sports »

A surprising volume of file-based content is generated by broadcasters before, during and after the live sports events. Learn how Manager+Agents supports modern sports production.

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Collaborating with remote teams and talent around the world »

Standard web collaboration tools lack the foundational technology necessary for most post-production work. Learn the fundamental requirements necessary for collaborating with remote teams and talent around the world.

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