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News September/October 2015

New clients and partnerships:

ATOS chooses NOA for ORF's 600.000 IMX Archive Project

Pan-European services giant ATOS SE has chosen NOA technology for a 10-year archiving project for Austrian national broadcaster ORF (Österreichischer Rundfunk). ORF’s archiving program is the third large-scale European archiving project in recent months to be powered by NOA solutions, following the choice of Slovenia and Slovakia’s national broadcasters.

More information on the ORF/Atos project.


Indiana University's Audio Media Preservation Initiative

NOA technology has been installed at the heart of one of the largest cultural and academic archiving projects in the USA – the Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative (MDPI) at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. More than half a million objects identified by experts as historically significant and valuable for research are held in obsolescent formats in rapidly deteriorating condition.

More information on the Indiana University project.


Market Entry in China – DMT chooses NOA for audio archive of Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK)

NOA technology came to the rescue for Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) when the national broadcaster needed to digitise a collection of 20.000 CDs and MiniDiscs within six weeks. Hong Kong-based broadcast systems and solutions provider Digital Media Technology was approached by the broadcaster to provide a solution that could meet the urgent project deadlines, and within sixteen days a complete NOA system had been installed and put to work.

More information about how to digitze 20.000 CDs in six weeks.

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