Alteon.io Revolutionizes Content Creation With High-Speed Desktop Application

Alteon.io, a comprehensive content management system for creatives, has announced the launch of Alteon Accelerator, a new desktop application that maximizes media upload speeds for content creators.

Historically, internet upload speeds have been significantly slower than download speeds, making it a time-consuming process for creatives to transfer, share, or store large media files in the cloud. Alteon Accelerator changes that by unlocking users’ maximum internet potential, delivering files up to 5TB in size to the cloud significantly faster than traditional upload methods.

Powered by IBM Aspera, Alteon Accelerator can be used on any Mac or Windows desktop and can be triggered to initiate remotely. Users can upload large files, including professional RAW file formats, directly to Alteon’s secure, scalable cloud platform. From there, Alteon automatically generates proxy files of every asset, allowing project owners to share files or folders with whomever they want and set optional expiration dates and permissions.

Alteon Accelerator is available now and can be downloaded for free from the Alteon website.

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