IBM Aspera on Cloud is a hosted service to quickly, securely and reliably move your files and data sets of any size and type across a hybrid cloud environment. It unifies Aspera’s cloud solutions into a single offering with integrated reporting, advanced administration, and a new easy-to-use interface.
Aspera On Demand (AOD) is a full set of Aspera's high-performance server software which can be deployed in any major cloud infrastructure provider such as SoftLayer, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud.
Aspera Transfer Cluster Manager (ATCM) is an essential management system for provisioning, monitoring, managing and auto-scaling of Aspera transfer clusters.
Built on patented FASP® technology, the Aspera High-Speed Transfer Server (previously known as Enterprise Server and Connect Servier) is the industry standard for transferring files, directories and large data sets over the WAN with unrivaled Aspera performance.
Aspera FASP Proxy protects your organization’s network while enabling secure, high-speed transfers within highly restrictive network environments.
Provides a simple and intuitive way for companies to share files and directories of any size within or outside of their organization with an easy to use web interface and powerful and flexible security model.
Global person-to-person file delivery and collaboration platform for sending and receiving digital packages using a variety of user interfaces and applications.
The High-Speed Transfer Server (previously known as Point-to-Point Client) enables users to transfer files directly between locations. Administration, remote control, management, and monitoring is provided by the Aspera Console.
A full-featured desktop application for initiating transfers with Aspera transfer servers.
An install-on-demand app that powers high-speed FASP transfers between standard browsers and Aspera web-enabled transfer servers and web applications.
High-speed transfer, package sending and receiving, and background synchronization of files and data sets of any size integrated with Windows Explorer and Mac Finder.
Extends person-to-person file delivery workflows with automatic downloading and consolidation of Faspex™ packages received from multiple Faspex instances.
Extends Aspera's global person-to-person file delivery and collaboration capabilities to Outlook users, allowing them to send and receive attachments of any size directly and transparently from Microsoft Outlook.
Developers can integrate Aspera’s high-speed transfer, monitoring and control technology into any desktop or web application using FASP SDKs with cross-platform libraries for Mac, Windows and Linux (Java, C++, C#, .NET).
Enables users to send packages via Aspera Files using mobile devices.
Brings the power of Aspera collaboration solutions to mobile devices.
A client app for Aspera Faspex, specifically designed for mobile devices running Apple's iOS operating system.
Brings industry-leading, patented Aspera high-speed file transfer to the iPhone and iPad.
Management & Automation
File-based workflow automation and orchestration platform for automating the collection, processing and distribution of large volumes of digital content.
Web-based centralized management and monitoring of your Aspera transfer environment with real-time notification, logging, and reporting.
The Streaming for Video software with FASPStream technology was created from the ground up by Aspera with the potential to revolutionize the way that live and near-live video is transported.
Replaces expensive legacy satellite delivery systems with high-speed FASP® transfers.
Enables users to take advantage of SharePoint document management capabilities for files that may be distributed on multiple file systems, with fast, predictable and secure document upload and download.
Enables integrated, high-speed transport of high resolution media between Avid Interplay Production workgroups for near-real time collaboration.
High-performance, multi-directional synchronization and replication platform, able to handle millions of individual files and the largest of file sizes, at speeds that are 100X faster than conventional tools like rsync.