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Transfer 100GB files in minutes, not hours.


May 14, 2014 (PRWEB) – Imagine sending a 10GB file across the US in 1.4 minutes, or a 100GB file from the US to Asia in 14 minutes. That is the promise of IBM’s latest software acquisition, Aspera. Working closely with Aspera, IBM Premier Business Partner, Bridge Solutions Group, has developed the first pilot using Aspera with the IBM Sterling B2B Integration Suite. The pilot is running between the US and India and has yielded data transfer speeds that are 5 times faster.

“Companies like Universal Studios are already realizing the ROI of shorter file transfer times and reduced transfer resends for their large movie files. Now, as a result of our unique relationship with IBM and Aspera, our clients can benefit from ultra-high-speed file transfer with their trading partners. We’re really excited that our pilot has achieved transfer rates up to 5 times faster than traditional FTP” said David Dhanjal, Bridge Solutions Group’s Integration Practice Lead.

“While freely available web-based file sharing applications may be convenient, the business risks, including loss of control over data flow, lack of security, and slow file transfer rates pose a significant risk to both productivity and brand integrity” added David.

To learn more about using Aspera with IBM Sterling B2B Integration Suite, please see our Aspera page.


About Bridge Solutions Group
Bridge Solutions Group implements omnichannel and supply chain technology solutions. Their comprehensive service offering includes solution design and implementation, managed services, project and program management consulting, custom application development, business process consulting, and cloud hosting services. Specialties include IBM Sterling Order Management System, IBM Sterling Warehouse Management System, IBM B2B Integration Suite including Aspera, and IBM ILOG.