Signiant extends its presence in Asia with new partner, Ideal Systems

Accelerated file transfer is now a must for media, according to Ideal Systems
File transfer company Signiant has partnered with Ideal Systems.
File transfer company Signiant has partnered with Ideal Systems.

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Intelligent file transfer company, Signiant Inc, is extending its presence in Asia by partnering with Ideal Systems, a leading broadcast, audio visual and media systems integrator.

“Media is a global and time-sensitive business and with our customers in Asia now adopting new formats such as 4K and 8K, accelerated file transfer solutions are a must have,” said Fintan Mc Kiernan, CEO at Ideal Systems S.E.A. “We’re excited to partner with Signiant to bring their leading products into our leading solutions for the top media companies in the Asia-Pacific Region.”

Ideal Systems will resell and support Signiant’s portolio of industry-leading solutions in the region. The companies first outing together will be at BroadcastAsia2018, Suntec Singapore, 26-28 June 2018. Demonstrations will take place on the Ideal Systems booth 6F4-04 of Signiant’s Media Shuttle SaaS solution for person-initiated transfers; Manger+Agents, its flagship solution for automated, accelerated transport of large files between geographically dispersed locations; and Flight, the auto-scaling, cloud-native SaaS utility that provides fast, secure transfer of large data sets into and out of the cloud.

Jamie Lakin, Strategic Key Account Manager – Europe, Middle East, Africa & Asia Pacific at Signiant, said: “Asia is an important and expanding region for Signiant, and we’re excited to be extending our reach in the region by partnering with Ideal Systems. Their knowledge, connections and foothold in the region will significantly elevate Signiant’s presence in Asia.”

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