large file transfer

The size of media files continues to grow rapidly, and more and more businesses need to regularly handle large file transfer between employees, contractors and partners.

Transferring large files using standard internet protocols like FTP and TCP is slow, prone to failure and generally not secure. Typically, the risks of transferring large files over these protocols are amplified with longer distances. Simply making the bandwidth larger doesn’t result in faster large file transfers because protocols like TCP and FTP still contend with latency when large files move over long distances.

A more advanced file acceleration technology, such as Signiant’s large file transfer technology, minimizes the impact of latency and network congestion. Large files transferred with Signiant’s technology, will move at faster speeds – no matter the distance. Learn more about the latest solution in large file transfer.

Visit Media Shuttle for more information about the easiest and most reliable way to send any size file, anywhere, fast.

Visit Flight for more information about moving large files into and out of the cloud.

Imagine downloading half a million one hour shows, in HD, from Netflix »

Media Shuttle continues to evolve as we provide new features and capabilities, and one constant has always been our laser focus on ease of use, and support for ever more efficient workflows. But what it really all boils down to is how well the solution works for the users who actually send, receive and share files through the Media Shuttle portals. From this perspective, the breadth and depth of adoption and usage, and the rate at which these continue to grow, has been staggering. Check out some numbers from our current customers that speak louder than words.

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All Accelerated File Transfer Solutions Are Not Created Equal – Don’t Just Take Our Word For It »

We spend a lot of time at Signiant explaining why our person-initiated accelerated file transfer solution - Media Shuttle - is so much better than using TCP-based solutions, such as FTP or online file sending and sharing platforms. But what about all those people who already understand that an accelerated file transfer solution is what they really need or those who have already invested in such a solution, from a vendor other than Signiant, but are finding that it’s not meeting their needs?

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Super Bowl, Sports and Signiant »

Whether you’re a huge football fan or more into the half-time show, commercials, and wings, it’s safe to say you probably watched the Super Bowl on Sunday. After such an exciting win, what better time to talk about the many major sports organizations, broadcasters and production companies who rely on Signiant’s file transfer technology?

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Larger files sizes, the move to the cloud and Signiant product updates were the news at IBC 2016 »

Take a look at this IBC Daily video by TVBEurope, featuring Greg Hoskin, managing director of Signiant’s sales in EMEA and Asia-Pacific, with new ways to store assets and our other product line news.

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Signiant Executives Explain – Part 1: An Overview of Signiant »

We constantly talk with M&E industry professionals to uncover their challenges with extreme file transfers. Now in our “Signiant Executives Explain” video series, you can peek behind the curtain on what goes into our technology platform.

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From FTP to open source file acceleration, Chimney Group tried it all »

Chimney Group tried many different options to move media files throughout production, post-production and delivery — including FTP and open-source file acceleration — before adopting Media Shuttle.

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What if Everything was 200X Faster? »

Making large files move faster, up to 200 times faster than standard methods like FTP, is what we at Signiant are all about, We think you might agree what a world it would be if we could make a few other things go 200 times faster too.

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Demand for High Res Content is Driving File Size Growth »

The demand for high resolution content is growing rapidly. Not a statement most of us would be surprised by. What might be surprising, on the other hand, is the size and scale of the files these high res videos yield. Is your team prepared to handle the data explosion?

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New case study on the Guardian's use of Signiant technology »

We were happy to have the chance to interview the Guardian's Head of Applications, Matt Whiting, about their use of Signiant technology.

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The Massive Data Challenge of Virtual Reality »

Because VR requires multiple camera angles on the same shot, data off the cameras are astronomical already. But that's not the whole picture.

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