You're in London. Your clients are in New York. And you're finding more and more that you need to get a full res version of your work to them as quickly as possible. London-based Sohonet has targeted the the media and film industries by providing tools and a network that can carry massive files, quickly and at very low cost. In this week's fxpodcast, Mike Seymour gets the details from Dave Scammel, Managing Director for Sohonet.
Sohonet was founded in 1995 by a group of London post houses, and has thus targeted the post production business from its inception. The network now serves London, Rome, Sydney, Melbourne, New York, Los Angles, and more. Clients around the world include Weta, The Mill, CFC/Framestore, Warner Bros, Animal Logic, Technicolor, Saatchi & Saatchi, Euro RSCG, CNBC, Nickelodeon, and more.
Feature films such as the Bond films, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Charlie and the Chocolate factory are all Films that relied on SohoNet not only to provide international collabration, but security and dedicated performance.
What makes Sohonet different from using the internet? It is a dedicated network -- so that performance is guaranteed between facilities. You'll know that if you need to transfer a large volume of files or data...they'll get there on time. You won't need to worry about your transfer being bogged down by everyone around the world downloading the latest scandalous celebrity QuickTime clip.
Get the details in Mike Seymour's conversation with Dave Scammel of Sohonet.
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