File Transfer

High-speed video transfers deliver tournament clips to sports fans worldwide

Provided by Aspera

Category File Transfer

Type White Paper

Length 2

Publish Date January 04 2013

Date posted February 14 2013

Overview

Euro2012 was watched by over 150 million people around the world. In order for UEFA to deliver video clips to broadcasters in time their programming, they needed to move high definition (HD) video files from the on-site media centers in Ukraine and Poland around the world quickly. In this white paper from Aspera, find out how UEFA transferred over 27 terabytes of full HD content quickly without require them to provision massive infrastructure that they would only need for the month-long event.

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