Aspera Expands Its Next-Generation Software Ecosystem With Ultra High-Speed Transport And Revolutionary New Ways To Manage And Control Global Movement Of Digital Assets.
Following a record year for software deployments and technology integrations in the digital media and broadcast space, Aspera is showcasing upcoming developments and extensions to its high-performance file transfer environment at NAB 2010. Based on Aspera's core transport technology, the new Aspera Cargo personal client provides users with an easy-to-use, email-like interface for efficient file delivery to individuals. The upcoming fasp-AIR product line will enable companies to empower their contributors with high-speed file transfer to/from mobile devices at speeds up to 3 times faster than regular TCP over 3G networks. Also previewed at the show, the new Aspera Sync application sets new standards for enterprise-class file synchronization of remote data sets.
At this year's NAB, Aspera is teaming up with high-performance storage experts EMC, to present ultra high-speed file transfer solutions capable of delivering multi-Gbps data transfers over wide area networks – transferring uncompressed HD video files from coast to coast in real time is becoming a reality.
As media companies are turning to cloud-based services for improved efficiency and unprecedented scalability, Aspera is quickly becoming the de-facto standard to move data to and from the cloud. Aspera On-Demand for Amazon Web Services enables users to take full advantage of Amazon's elastic computing capabilities. Pioneering service providers are also leveraging Aspera's next-generation transport to power their cloud-based offering: Axceleon for 3D rendering, Panvidea for media transcoding, Zetta for massive storage capacity, and many more.