Ottawa, ON – FileCatalyst, an Emmy® award winning pioneer in managed file transfers and a world leading accelerated file transfer solution, announced today the addition of ioGates to their growing network of end users.
IoGates, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, is a cloud-based media storage platform that manages media file sharing, converting, and distribution in a comprehensive workflow management service. Over the past 13 years, ioGates has been developed to manage file-based workflows, either as the central MAM or as the in-and-out MAM where a traditional MAM is not flexible enough to handle today’s requirements for multi-format support.
“ioGates has developed a simple solution for handling media files that does not require users to have advanced technical knowledge and can be securely managed from within a web browser or phone app,” said ioGates CEO, Jesper Anderson. “Because of FileCatalyst, our customers can ingest media at top-speed, benefitting from optimized workflows that save their organizations time and money.”
ioGates upload software has all the latest security features and uses FileCatalyst’s User Datagram Protocol (UDP) based solution which is significantly faster than traditional FTP. The ioGates platform allows users to drag and drop files into the upload box where they are transferred at breakneck speeds to their account. style=”font-weight: 400;”>
style=”font-weight: 400;”>FileCatalyst has also been integrated into the ioGates mobile app, allowing users to accelerate the transfer of videos captured on mobile devices. With the click of a button, field journalists or videographers can upload media to the “Inbox” of their ioGates account.
“FileCatalyst is pleased to see the results ioGates customers are having in regards to the speed at which they ingest media to the cloud,” said Alan Atkinson, FileCatalyst, Vice President Marketing & Business Development.
Amongst ioGates many customers include Broadcast Pix, aleading provider of integrated live video productions systems. Broadcast Pix required a custom workflow so their clients could access the cloud directly from their switchers. ioGates responded to their request, creating a workflow where video, audio and stills could be transferred between the ioGates cloud service and Broadcast Pix switchers with the use of FileCatalyst Direct, Central and HotFolder – products in the FileCatalyst suite that work seamlessly together to eliminate slow file transfers and send large files fast.
FileCatalyst will demonstrate the technology used by ioGates at IBC 2016 in Amsterdam, NL from September 8-12. Schedule a meeting with FileCatalyst to learn more about their suite of products, or stop by FileCatalyst at booth 7.H37 or visit ioGate at the Broadcast Pix booth 7.b27 to learn more.
Located in Ottawa, Canada, FileCatalyst is a pioneer in managed file transfers and a world-leading accelerated file transfer solution. Founded in 2000, FileCatalyst has more than one thousand customers in media & entertainment, energy & mining, gaming, and printing, including many Fortune 500 companies as well as military and government organizations. FileCatalyst is a software platform designed to accelerate and manage file transfers securely and reliably. FileCatalyst is immune to the effects that latency and packet loss have on traditional file transfer methods like FTP, HTTP, or CIFS. Global organizations use FileCatalyst to solve issues related to file transfer, including content distribution, file sharing, and offsite backups.
ioGates offers tools for sharing, converting, viewing, distributing, and archiving professional media files without the need for advanced technical knowledge. Its hosted video-management services enable media companies to accelerate their broadcasting, post-production, advertising, and marketing workflows with minimal IT resources and training.
The company’s flagship ioGates cloud-based video management platform is designed to handle a variety of professional video and audio formats and codecs, yet can be controlled securely from a simple-to-use Web interface. ioGates is based in Copenhagen, Denmark.For more information, contact Jessica St-James or book a meeting with FileCatalyst at IBC.