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Aspera at SMPTE Hollywood

Posted January 28, 2014 by Richard Heitmann

The cloud has become a viable computing platform for Hollywood studios, and industry leaders will be sharing their experience at the sold-out SMPTE Hollywood Section Meeting tonight starting at 7pm at the TCL Chinese Theater.

President, and co-founder Michelle Munson will co-present at ‘Motion Pictures in the Cloud – Economics, Security & Architecture’ along side industry leaders such as...

Aspera Faspex Mobile 2.0 for iOS available in the App Store

Posted December 26, 2013 by Carin Chan

Built on our patented FASP™ transfer technology, Aspera mobile apps can transfer large files over Wi-Fi and cellular networks at speeds that are up to 100X faster than traditional mobile transfer technologies. The faspex™ mobile app extends Aspera’s global person-to-person file delivery and collaboration capabilities to Apple iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad. Users can send and...

Aspera is a company that creates transport software that overcomes the inherent distance problems with traditional transport. And the cloud environment brings that distance problem to the forefront. In fact if you look at the top technology challenges for dealing with large content in cloud environments, this issue of the transport of the data sits near the top of the list.

Obviously the...

Aspera at IBC2013

Posted September 5, 2013 by Richard Heitmann

Aspera is taking center stage at the IBC conference with exclusive presentations on the topics of IT infrastructure for broadcast, workflow automation and the use of cloud-based storage and services.  Catch an in-depth preview of how BT Sports is leveraging Aspera technology, and discuss the integration of cloud and on-premise infrastructure including real world examples. Join us and our...

Growing Ecosystem of Media Technology companies rely on fasp

Posted September 3, 2013 by John Wastcoat

Most of you are familiar with  media companies such as Netflix, Universal Pictures, Deluxe Digital, and Sky who use Aspera’s high-speed transport to create, transform, and distribute their entertainment content.  But what you might not know is that more and more media technology companies are integrating and embedding Aspera transport capabilities directly into their products, systems and...

FIMS - an emerging specification for interoperability

Posted August 27, 2013 by Mike Flathers

Framework for Interoperability of Media Services (FIMS) is the result of a Joint Task Force between AMWA and EBU to create a set of standard interfaces between components and systems used by media companies in content production.  The benefit to the media companies and the system integrators they rely on is faster implementation of the production system, lower costs, and easier...

A new way to share and collaborate with big data

Posted August 20, 2013 by Richard Heitmann

You have probably used one of the many Internet file sharing services to send a presentation or spreadsheet to a colleague, or to keep your work computer synchronized with your home computer. These services offer a convenient way for users to share their work and collaborate on projects with other team members, leading to pretty good adoption among consumers and professionals alike.

Howev...

Now Shipping – Aspera faspex 3.5 and Shares 1.5

Posted August 15, 2013 by Carin Chan

We are excited to announce newly released versions of faspex 3.5 and Shares 1.5, Aspera’s person-to-person file sharing collaboration and sharing web applications, which now support  integrated sharing, package sending and receiving.

faspex 3.5

The latest version of our comprehensive and versatile high-speed platform for fast, easy file delivery and exchange is now available for download...