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Increase the impact of research data

Growing instrument and simulation resolution are driving a deluge in research data. And while today's high capacity storage systems can accommodate the sheer volume of data produced, they can't help identify what data is valuable or how to move and process that data through a research workflow, or securely sharing research data with geographically dispersed collaborators, making sure that data is authentic and unaltered and easily reproduce, and cost effectively curating and ensuring continued access is critical to driving results and new discovery. The alternative is that important scientific data can become effectively lost forever.


The Mediaflux Research Data Management platform makes it easy to get a complete view of all disparate data available and expose the right information at the right time, to support effective research data management. Mediaflux ensures research data can be made Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-usable (FAIR), supporting publicly funded Open Science research data availability requirements. Mediaflux can also protect against unauthorized data access to protect subject privacy and intellectual property rights.

Customization, compliance, collaboration and commercialisation with the Mediaflux research data management platform

To researchers, Mediaflux operates under the covers to transparently support and simplify their work, using their own well known tools, so they can focus on science, instead of data management


Configure the platform to solve different use cases or a bespoke solution can be created to meet unique business systems and infrastructure.


Effectively manage how data will be collected, formatted, described, stored and shared throughout, and beyond, the project lifecycle.


Access 'open innovation' with companies, investors and researchers on a single transparent platform.


Translating research into commercial success more quickly, easily, profitably by shortening study timelines and decreasing costs.

Whitepaper: Next Generation Research Data Management

Organizations understand the value of research, but sometimes lack the right data management techniques to preserve and unlock in ways that are flexible enough to yield rich insights, minimize costs, and also comply with data security, governance and protection requirements.

Mediaflux is trusted by:

"Mediaflux is the solution we have spent years hunting for. Our data is sprawling, and Mediaflux is finally going to allow us to get it under control. With this solution we'll be able explore extensive, extensible workflow automations and provide intelligence to our data in a way we have never been able to before."

- Michael Scarpelli, Senior Director, Information Technology, La Jolla Institute for Immunology

The University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne uses Mediaflux to visualise their research storage allowing them to vastly increase the amount of data they can acquire from instruments and research data, and to manage the storage in a more flexible and scalable manner. Storage is disk (NetApp and CEPH cluster). Learn more about how the University of Melbourne manages digital assets on Mediaflux here.

The University of New South Wales

The UNSW Data Archive is an institution-wide long-term storage platform for research data build on Mediaflux. The platform allows researchers to securely search and share data with colleagues, and comply with research data policies and codes of practice. The advanced metadata management capabilities of Mediaflux makes searches easier and more effective, and enable re-use of valuable datasets.

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre

Pawsey host the fastest public research supercomputer in Australia (>1 PF) and manage multiple collections / projects with more than 100 million assets and 6+ PB of data on multiple heterogeneous storage systems with Mediaflux. Read about one of the projects here.

See how Mediaflux can unlock more value from research data.


Let's start a conversation about what is possible.

Graham Beasley

Life Sciences