transfer big files

Some companies only need to transfer small data documents daily, but there are certain industries that need to transfer big files. Raw video files from long shoots can easily be a terabyte. On dial-up modems, this would have taken years. We’ve come pretty far since the days of dial-up, but moving that big of a file still takes a stable, fast network and a smart file movement process.

If you need to transfer big files regularly, then Signiant’s Managers+Agents offer excellent management capabilities. You can manage and track content movement with guaranteed certified delivery and use file-based workflow modeling and administration to better orchestrate and automate time-consuming tasks. Managers+Agents are flexibile, powerful and reliable—perfect for transferring big files again and again.

Signiant’s newest product for big file transfer, Media Shuttle offers the easiest way to send your big files anywhere. You just drag and drop the file into a custom web page and click transfer. The interface is intuitive, and your big files transfer quickly. The best part of Media Shuttle is that there are no file size limits. You can transfer 10 Gigabyte files, 100 GigaByte files, and even TeraByte size files! Media Shuttle keeps you from worrying about compressing files, breaking them into smaller files, or loading them onto hard disks.

Signiant specifically focuses on extreme file sharing solutions. We want to move big files fast, effortlessly, and securely. We can help you create an advanced automated workflow and transfer big files anywhere at any time. Trust your content with the market leader in intelligent file movement software for media and entertainment. We optimize existing enterprise network infrastructure and provide secure digital media exchanges. Read more about how Signiant has helped companies transfer big files in the following articles.

Beyond Entertainment: Enterprise Big Data Modeling with Virtual Reality »

The business applications of Virtual Reality deserve a lot more attention, especially from large corporations with Big Data initiatives.

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#TBT: Media Shuttle "Saved the Debut" of White God at Cannes 2014 »

With the kickoff of Cannes 2016, we couldn’t help but be reminded of one of our favorite customer stories from Cannes 2014, when Post Office Films saved the debut of what became the award-winning film, White God.

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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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NAB 2016: Everything From Video Over IP to VR. What does it all have in common? »

What has become very clear to me this year is that the migration to the cloud is in full motion.

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Signiant Workflows Embrace The Cloud »

Signiant today announced the availability of a pre-built workflow that provides tight integration with the Microsoft Azure Media Services (AMS) platform to facilitate seamless asset transfer for content preparation in the cloud.

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Broadmedia: Terrestrial Digital Cinema Distribution Using Signiant Technology »

With the use of Signiant technology, Broadmedia was able to successfully distribute DCPs over the Internet at scale.

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Who Won Adobe's Race to the Cloud? Racing Large file S3 uploads at Adobe Summit »

Adobe's Elliot Sedegah and Joshua Ramirez show a demo of Signiant acceleration technology at Adobe Summit 2016.

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Happy First Birthday to the DPP »

The UK's Digital Production Partnership (DPP) is celebrating its one year anniversary this month. And, as founding members of the partnership, we wanted to share in congratulating them on a year of success.

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Five technical challenges of producing in-house video for your company »

Today, most large enterprises have developed teams that look and act a lot like a media production company, and they are facing some familiar technical challenges.

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Shooting Star Wars VII in the Abu Dhabi Desert: The local production team that made it happen »

Abrams and crew needed a local and extensive production infrastructure, and twofour54 Film & TV Services was there to pick up the opportunity.

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