Leading media technology companies bring high-performance transport to their products, systems and services building upon Aspera’s open platform Booth 7.K30 IBC2013,
Aspera’s innovative fasp protocol is providing superior high-speed file transfer capabilities to content storage, processing and distribution solutions including cloud-based and high-performance storage, leading production and transformation software and services, workflow and automation engines, and media management and publishing platforms.
Aspera On Demand - Aspera is the first in the world to offer seamless, line-speed transfers of very large media files and sets of files to, from, and across the cloud-based object storage of Amazon Web Services (http://aws.amazon.com/), Windows Azure (http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/) and OpenStack (http://www.openstack.org/). The Aspera software platform turbo charges content delivery, with line speed transfers at any distance from IaaS infrastructure, and creates a unique overlay for content security on top of the infrastructure, managing secure user authentication, content browsing, and access control across all major cloud and enterprise storage platforms.
Content Distribution Networks Akamai (http://www.akamai.com/), Level 3 (http://www.level3.com/) and Limelight (http://www.limelight.com/) are all making Aspera high-speed transport available in their infrastructure to dramatically shorten the time it takes to ingest content, and Aspera transfer clients provide native support directly in the graphical user interface (GUI). At IBC2013 Aspera and
Aspera for EMC Isilon OneFS - Aspera’s high-speed transfer software shipping with Isilon OneFS operating system and EMC Isilon scale-out NAS delivers an integrated solution uniquely enabled to transfer and store file assets with the extreme performance and reliability of scale-out NAS across high- latency and low-bandwidth networks.
Cloud-based Content Transformation - The scalability of the cloud is perfectly suited for processing-intensive jobs that analyze, process and store media, and Aspera’s fasp transport is enabling an entire new breed of cloud-based infrastructure and service providers. Companies such as
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