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FileFlow Announces Distributor Agreement with #1 Network

Monday, February 12, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Miami Beach, FL - February 12, 2001 FileFlow Inc. - the developer of the world's fastest and most secure delivery and storage systems for digital image workflows across the Internet - has announced the selection of #1 Network as a distributor in the US. All of #1 Network's 11 geographically diverse graphic arts dealers can now provide their customers with FileFlow's FastSend™ and FastStore™ ASP services. FastSend™, known as the world's fastest Internet courier, is capable of delivering large graphic arts files quickly and securely over any Internet connection. No private networks or broadband capabilities are necessary and files are transmitted 20 to 30 times faster than FTP or e-mail. In addition, there are no file size restrictions. FastStore™ is a media asset management (MAM) solution based on the technology used to power FastSend™. It provides fast, secure storage and management of digital media files for web-based collaboration and distribution. The FastStore system is so efficient at storing and sending images that, on average users can store or send 30 times the data other solutions are capable of in the same amount of space or time, speeding up the collaborative process. "For years, printers and prepress houses have wanted a fast, economical way of transmitting digital files to and from their customers," explained Ken Freedman, Executive Vice- President of FileFlow. "Modem speeds increased, bandwidth increased, and still it used to take hours to transmit the files because the files were so large. In most cases, people resorted to using overnight couriers to send and receive the data. Now, with FastSend™, printers, designers, publishers, and their customers have the ability to send their files in minutes, regardless of their bandwidth."




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