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Good Download site for big files

Hello,

I'am looking for a website where I can upload data (legal) and customers can download the files from there. I prefer Commercial ones. Anyone can recommend a professional service?
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Ingo Foerster
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EirmanCommented:
The most obvious one to try is
www.dropbox.com

If the files are confidential, you can encrypt them as
RAR files (very secure)
or ZIP files (fairly secure)
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
Yes, dropbox, google drive, ms skydrive (now onedrive) are all good options.
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Ingo FoersterOwner, CTOAuthor Commented:
But this are all "cloud" services and do not have a big bandwith. I need a professional service not a "cloud" provider.
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
Please define "professional"  Dropbox beat the pants off google.   Any service on the net can be considered "in the cloud".
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Ingo FoersterOwner, CTOAuthor Commented:
I do not loking for a personal cloud. I need an service where I can upload data and thousands of people can download the data. No bandwith linitation, no border of 5 TB or whatever. A service that is for professional usage.
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Joseph DalyCommented:
We use sharefile enterprise in our company. We are a construction firm which routinely transfers blueprints/drawings/cad models to our clients that can be very large. . We have used sharefile for the past year and love it.

We have not had any issues with bandwidth or speed issues.
www.sharefile.com/enterprise/
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dbruntonCommented:
Look at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_hosting_services

>>  No bandwidth limitation, no border of 5 TB or whatever.

You'll pay for those specifications.  If you don't mind paying look at Amazon.
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