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2015-09-11

Aspera, Inc.: Aspera Transforms Large Content Sharing and Collaboration in the Cloud With Aspera Files

New SaaS Offering Launched at IBC2015 Breaks Previous Barriers to Network-Based Big Data Sharing and Exchange, Introducing Secure, High-Speed Media Movement Across Cloud and On-Premises Storage PlatformsAMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, Sept. 11, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- IBC2015 Booth
#7.B27 September 11-15, 2015 -- IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced the
availability ofAspera Files, a new SaaS offering byAspera, an IBM company,
that allows any organization, small to large, to quickly establish a branded
web-based presence for the fast, easy and secure exchange and delivery of
file-based media or data of any size, over any distance and between end users
across separate organizations, combining cloud and on-premises storage
platforms. Built on theAspera FASP® transport platform for distance-neutral
transfer of extremely large files and data sets over the Internet, the new
service breaks all previous barriers to enterprise file sharing.

Media companies and enterprises at large are creating more high-resolution
content than ever; with increasingly shorter turnaround times in highly
competitive markets that also depend upon secure inter-company collaboration.
Aspera Files transforms cloud-based content sharing and collaboration by
eliminating the complexities of sharing large files and large directories
with fast and secure transfer of the largest (4K) media formats, digital
cinema packages (DCP) and associated metadata.

Aspera Files unifies Aspera's most advanced core technologies, features and
capabilities into an easy-to-use web application, powered by its latest
generation FASP® high-speed transfer platform that can be adapted and
extended to meet customers' ever-changing data transfer needs, digital
workflows, deployment models, and security requirements.

Offered as a service, customers can quickly and easily deploy and configure
Aspera Files, taking the hassle out of complex network setups and cloud
resources provisioning. Files seamlessly handles sophisticated deployments
and workflows to connect multiple cloud and on-premises storage systems.

The complete technology stack includes:

Web User Interface
- Aspera Files delivers a simple and intuitive user experience within a
customizable, company-branded web application to:

* Organize projects under individually brandable "Workspaces" to share and
exchange files within an authorized community of users.
* Immediately share large files and data sets from on-premises storage or any
cloud infrastructure.
* Easily drag and drop to share and exchange any size file or data set
regardless of where the files reside - on premises or in the cloud.
* View shared content automatically in the Workspaces of the target users
with the right security privileges.
* Preview media content in thumbnail view, keyframe grids and playable media.

Multi-tenant Transfer Platform with Autoscale

Files powers the user experience with the latest FASP high-speed transfer
platform that includes the built-in Transfer Cluster Manager with Autoscale
technology.

* The platform provides built-in multi-tenant elastic scaling to meet
variable demand in transfer throughput and storage. The distributed
self-scaling clustering technology automatically: * Adds new transfer nodes
as transfer load increases * Moves heavily utilized transfer nodes into an
unavailable pool * Spins down surplus nodes when transfer demand subsides
* Customers can deploy additional transfer server instances and storage in
their location of choice, on premises or in the cloud, for additional
scale-out capacity, and complete flexibility and control over where the
data resides.
* Aspera's Direct-to-Cloud technology supports direct cloud storage I/O
transfers to all major cloud platforms through native object storage
programming interfaces that enable the fastest file uploads and downloads
while adding key transfer management features otherwise unavailable, such
as pause, resume, and encryption over the wire and at rest.
* The platform includes a breakthrough distributed content access control
system that enforces content sharing permissions on behalf of content
owners to securely authenticate each end user's access. Content transfers
may be encrypted over the wire and at rest, with optional client-side and
server-side encryption.

Aspera is demonstrating Aspera Files, alongside its entire portfolio of
high-speed file transfer, sharing and exchange solutions at IBC2015 taking
place September 11-15 in Amsterdam, Hall 7, Stand B27.

About Aspera

Aspera, an IBM company, is the creator of next-generation transport
technologies that move the world's data at maximum speed regardless of file
size, transfer distance and network conditions. Part of IBM Cloud, Aspera
software is powered by the Emmy®award-winning FASP®protocol to deliver the
fastest, most predictable file-transfer, share and sync experience across
on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructure. Aspera's core technology
delivers unprecedented control over bandwidth, complete security and
uncompromising reliability. Organizations across a variety of industries on
six continents rely on Aspera software for the business-critical transport of
their digital assets. Please visithttp://www.asperasoft.comand follow us on
Twitter@asperasoftfor more information.

CONTACT: Americas/Asia: Kim Willsher, (+1) 310 569 2603
Europe: Louise Wells, +44 (0)20 7403 8878
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Aspera's PR agency
aspera@rlyl.com
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Source: Aspera, Inc. via Globenewswire

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