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IBM-owned company to demo content sharing tech
Francois Quereuil, senior director, worldwide marketing at Aspera.
Francois Quereuil, senior director, worldwide marketing at Aspera.

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Aspera is set to showcase its complete portfolio of high-speed file transfer software and automation solutions for the broadcast and media industries at CABSAT 2016.

Francois Quereuil, senior director, worldwide marketing at Aspera, an IBM company, said: “Our technology experts will be demonstrating our most recent innovations in the fields of content sharing, workflow orchestration, live-streaming and cloud enablement.”

Aspera will be highlight the revolutionary new SaaS platform, Aspera Files. Built on Aspera’s FASP transport technology, Aspera Files enables any organisation, small to large, to establish a branded web-based presence for the fast, easy and secure exchange and delivery of any size file-based media or data between end users across separate organisations, combining multiple storage platforms.

“We will also showcase Aspera FASPStream, a revolutionary new transport technology for live and near-live data streaming, which expands the capability of the patented FASP high-speed transfer technology to provide a fully reliable streaming protocol for in-order data delivery over Internet WANs with excellent quality and negligible start-up delay,” Quereuil adds.

The latest version of Aspera's web-based workflow automation platform, Aspera Orchestrator, features improved performance within high concurrency environments (as high as 10x previous versions). It adds native installers and usability improvements for large and multi-tenant environments, support for new plug-ins, and inline file validation capabilities to verify media and metadata formats against ADI and DPP standards.

For the rest of 2016, Aspera plans to continue to evolve its solutions to solve industry-wide challenges, such as the need to conveniently ingest, exchange, and distribute large file-based digital content quickly, securely, and with the scale-up capacity of cloud platforms.
 

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