MASV Launches New Service to Upload Large Files to Amazon Simple Storage Service

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MASV Launches New Service to Upload Large Files to Amazon Simple Storage Service

MASV, the Pay-As-You-Go large file transfer service, announced a major update that allows the delivery of enormous (20GB+) files to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). Amazon S3 is an object storage service that offers industry-leading scalability, data availability, security, and performance on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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Deliver to S3 now allows Amazon S3 users to invite any number of contributors to upload assets to a MASV Portal and automatically deliver them into an Amazon S3 bucket. A MASV Portal is a simple, secure, custom-branded landing page dedicated to collecting content. This eliminates the need to download to local storage, then re-upload to Amazon S3.

“MASV Portals is growing in popularity because it provides a simple, custom-branded way to gather assets from any number of contributors,” said Greg Wood, CEO at MASV. “Deliver to S3 makes it easy for non-technical contributors to securely upload to your Amazon S3 bucket.”

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The new feature offers the same simple delivery workflow as other MASV large file transfers: users pay nothing to upload to MASV and pay just $0.25/GB to deliver to their storage of choice — no subscription required. Files of 1TB+ are regularly delivered through MASV in the browser, and even larger packages are transferred via the MASV app.