Ottawa, ON – FileCatalyst, an Emmy® award-winning pioneer in managed file transfers and a world leading accelerated file transfer solution, has added Silicon Computers to their growing channel partner portfolio.
Based in Budapest, Hungary, Silicon Computers has knowledgeable and dedicated sales, support and development teams with a focus on high-performance computing, enterprise IT, and broadcast media.
Within the broadcast media space, Silicon Computers focuses on system integrations, playout, automation, media asset management, live encoding, file transcoding, newsroom, compliance recording, and network monitoring systems.
Their customer portfolio includes AMC Networks Central Europe, TV2 Media Group, HBO Europe, MTVA (Hungarian Public Television and Radio), Echo TV, and Magyar Telekom.
Silicon Computers has added the entire FileCatalyst product family (FileCatalyst Direct, FileCatalyst Workflow, and FileCatalyst Central) to their expansive list of solution offerings. FileCatalyst Direct provides multi-gigabit transfer speeds for files of any type or size through a suite of client and server applications. FileCatalyst Workflow delivers a browser-based submission, collaboration, and distribution solution that streamlines workflows. FileCatalyst Central is a web-based monitoring tool used to manage and monitor a FileCatalyst deployment.
“As FileCatalyst continues to establish its global presence, we are proactively looking for established and experienced channel partners to market, sell and support our Emmy award-winning portfolio of accelerated file transfer solutions,” said Alan Atkinson, VP of Marketing & Business Development for FileCatalyst. “The addition of Silicon Computers significantly strengthens our network of channel partners, and we look forward to meeting the needs of their clients in Hungary.”
“As our clients in the broadcast media space embrace a wider variety of new video and OTT formats, all with ever-growing file sizes, FileCatalyst will be a crucial asset. We look forward to introducing the FileCatalyst solution suite to our clients and prospects,” said Laszlo Szabados, System Engineer for Silicon Computers.
Located in Ottawa, Canada, FileCatalyst is a pioneer in managed file transfers and an Emmy® award-winning leader of accelerated file transfer solutions. The company, founded in 2000, has more than one thousand customers in media & entertainment, energy & mining, gaming, printing, military, and government including many Fortune 500 companies.
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 including FTP, HTTP or CIFS. Global organizations use FileCatalyst to solve issues related to file transfer including content distribution, file sharing, and offsite backups. To learn more visit www.filecatalyst.com or on Twitter @FileCatalyst.
About Silicon Computers
Silicon Computers Ltd. was established in 1995 as the Hungarian distributor for Silicon Graphics, Inc. (recently acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise) and as system integration being one of its core businesses, the company is also a strategic partner of several other renowned vendors. Silicon Computers makes sales activities with hardware and software products of its market leading partners and also supports its customers. The company provides complete solutions, including system development and integration, on such application areas like broadcast and on-line media, enterprise IT, image processing, surveillance systems, business intelligence, e-commerce, education, and scientific research. You can find Silicon Computers on the web at www.silicon.hu.
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