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    Signiant’s SDCX Fabric Powers the Multi-cloud Future of Media

    Signiant announced new capabilities and impressive adoption metrics for the innovative cloud-native SaaS platform that is driving the company’s growth. Widely embraced as an integral part of the shift toward hybrid cloud and multi-cloud infrastructure, the Signiant SaaS platform continues to evolve and grow.
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    Old Meets New: From Legacy FTP to 8K

    Reflecting on the NAB show this year, I was struck by two extremes: emerging technology that’s still fringe like 8K video, and dying technology that’s still in use such as FTP. The media industry has long pushed technology forward, yet it’s surprising how much old technology still lingers in the industry’s infrastructure.
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    Workflow Producer and Director from Sim International discuss Media Shuttle at NAB 2018

    A big thank you to Stacy Chaet and Jesse Korosi, Workflow Producer and Director of Workflow at Sim, for saying such nice things about Signiant during this interview with postPerspective at NAB 2018.
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    Signiant Expands Leadership in M&E with New Customers Adopting its Intelligent File Transfer Solutions

    Today, Signiant announced new customers from the world’s top Media & Entertainment companies, a trend that has been building over the past few years, with organizations throughout the industry increasingly choosing Signiant for mission-critical file movement needs.
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    My B-L-O-G on NAB

    After months of preparation the annual convention of the National Association of Broadcasters has come and gone. It’s no surprise that the theme of this year’s show centered around media, entertainment, and technology (NAB dubs it The M.E.T Effect ). It was clear, on and off the show floor, that the need for speed is more important than ever before.
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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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    What Media Operations Trends to Watch For at NAB 2017

    Heading to NAB there’s always anticipation about what trends and technology highlights will emerge. While many conversations are likely to centre on developments and the uptake of VR and AR technology, the continued growth of digital content creation also warrants discussion on how to support complex workflows including the storage, movement and security of large media files.
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    NAB and the Years We Debated the Future of Television

    Since those years of the NAB Grand Alliance and the Internet advocates, lots and lots has happened.
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    Signiant Sees Increase in Global Adoption of Industry-Leading SaaS Solutions for Third Straight Year

    As the popularity of Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions grows apace, Signiant, the market leader in intelligent file movement software, will present the company’s industry-leading SaaS solutions on Booth SL6605 at NAB 2016. The Signiant team will be on hand to demonstrate the latest enhancements to both Media Shuttle, the de facto standard for hands-on file movement, and Flight, the industry’s first and only SaaS utility for automated transfer to and from cloud object storage.
  • postPerspective Interview with Signiant CTO Ian Hamilton at NAB (video)

    CTO Ian Hamilton was interviewed by postPerspective on Signiant’s product releases at NAB Show.
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    NAB Highlights: Margaret Craig’s insight into procuring SaaS

    As we enter the last day of NAB tomorrow at the Las Vegas Convention Center, it’s interesting to look back on the very first session of the show. This year’s IABM State of the Industry Breakfast, held at 8am on Monday morning, set the stage for the rest of the week with industry trends and predictions, many very positive, like that 60.8% of companies were in profit over the past 24 months. However, not all was congratulatory roses.
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    Harbor Picture Company Upgrades to Signiant Media Shuttle to Support Expanding Global Production Business

    Signiant announced that premiere New York-based production and post production firm Harbor Picture Company has adopted Media Shuttle to move large media files quickly, easily and securely between its worldwide customers and partners. Harbor, whose credits include acclaimed television shows and films such as “Game of Thrones,” “St. Vincent,” “Into the Woods,” “Pawn Sacrifice,” “Marco Polo,” and “A Most Violent Year,” uses Signiant for many of its critical file transfers.