FileCatalyst Showcase In NYC

FileCatalyst is previewing FileCatalyst Direct and FileCatalyst Central update, version 3.8. Attendees to the show will have the opportunity to view newly launched cloud-based solution, FileCatalyst Spaces.

FileCatalyst is presented as a software platform designed to accelerate and manage file transfers securely and reliably. It is claimed “immune to the effects that latency and packet loss have on traditional file transfer methods including FTP, HTTP or CIFS”. Global organizations use the software to solve issues related to file transfer including content distribution, file sharing, and offsite backups.

FileCatalyst Spaces offer customers a new low monthly cost model without the stress of a contract. This solution is also said to change transfer times from hours to minutes with a UDP based fast file transfer technology.

“FileCatalyst understands how crucial transfer times are to the broadcasting industry and that is why our fast file transfer solutions will solve your workflow issues in a New York minute,” said Chris Bailey, Co-Founder and CEO.

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