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DigiDelivery™

From DigiDelivery™, Chace Audio

DigiDelivery™ is a proprietary file exchange system created by Digidesign®, the developers of Pro Tools®. It is used as a secure and expedient method to exchange large files via a computer network system instead of an FTP process.

The Digidesign website describes their DigiDelivery service as follows: “The Digidesign DigiDelivery file exchange system installs on an existing network. The user can drag and drop files to send a delivery, or click a link in an email to receive a delivery - there's no need for recipients to enter IP addresses, user names, or passwords. There is no special hardware or network connection needed.

"When a delivery is posted, an email is automatically sent to each recipient, containing the delivery details, a message from the sender, a link to download the client, and an encrypted key, which the recipient clicks to securely download the delivery. The sender receives a confirmation email and the deliveries are automatically deleted from the server. Senders and recipients never see the contents of the DigiDelivery server. An owner of a DigiDelivery system can upload and download files at LAN speeds, freeing up the workstation much more quickly than posting to a public FTP site. In the case of a lost connection, DigiDelivery re-establishes contact and picks up the transfer from where it left off, rather than starting over again, as an FTP process would.”

This article is excerpted from http://www.digidesign.com/index.cfm?navid=38&langid=100&.