Millenniata announced today it entered into a reseller agreement with Vinpower Digital, one of the leading global providers of digital data duplication equipment, who will resell Millenniata's M-DISC™ to its global customers. The M-DISC will provide mass permanent archival and backup storage with Vinpower's M-DISC compatible duplicators.
"This is a significant reseller agreement," said Scott Shumway, Millenniata CEO. "With its global customer and channel base, Vinpower is positioned very well to bring the benefits of M-DISC permanent storage on a mass basis throughout the world."
Vinpower Digital is a manufacturer and global supplier of reliable and advanced digital duplication equipment. The company has production and sales facilities in Taiwan and China, a sales office in Germany and is headquartered in the United States.
"We are very excited to offer M-DISC media," said Ryan Swerdloff, vice president of marketing and sales of Vinpower Digital. "Used for archival and permanent backup, M-DISC will allow users to copy digital content knowing it will remain exactly as it is for centuries. M-DISC is perfect for safety and longevity for any digital data."
MF Digital, a long time leader in Live Event Recording announces its newest live event digital recorder and CD / DVD duplicator in-one – the 5200 Series ‘EventCD’.
The new EventCD combination recorder/duplicator system allows easy recording from virtually any mixer or other analog or digital source right to the “EventCD” hard disk and then almost instantaneous output to two and up to forty-two disc copies at once via its modular expansion approach. This powerful and easy to use system is ideally suited for the recording of church and school events, seminars, lectures, concerts, legal depositions, or any application where multiple audio recordings are instantly needed.
“Unlike the traditional CD recorders we see today, with the EventCD you can add and remove content and even include pre-recorded content like a run-out track. You can set and change your tracks markers, span longer recording across multiple discs and do so at any point and in any number. ”, according to John McGrath, US Sales manager, MF Digital. Mr. McGrath went on to say, “… and unlike virtually all CD recorders, the EventCD is also a very capable, and expandable, CD and DVD copier.”
The EventCD can record over 650 hours of uncompressed CD quality sound directly to the system’s hard drive. The user simply records the event or performance to the hard disk, sets the desired Start IDs or track points, optionally edits or sets one or more span points for longer recordings exceeding the capacity of a single CD, and then submits the job. Within three minutes of the event’s conclusion, the user will have multiple copies of the event. It’s a simple to use powerful system that can be expanded to suit any need.
In a move that will help protect documents, records, photographs and other digital data for up to 1,000 years, Xerox Corporation announced that all of its DVD Duplicators now can copy content onto specialized DVDs that are designed to last for centuries.
As more businesses and individuals store content on digital mediums, such as CDs, hard drives, flash drives and servers, there is greater potential for content to inadvertently get erased or corrupted. With this in mind, Xerox , through a licensing agreement with Vinpower Digital, will enable all Xerox DVD Duplicators to copy digital content onto the long lasting Vinpower M-DISC 4.7GB recordable media.
Different from traditional DVDs, the M-DISC utilizes an inorganic stone-like material on the write layer that is extremely resistant to heat, light, humidity, and oxidation, leading causes of data loss and content corruption on conventional DVDs. When tested by the U.S. Department of Defense Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, the M-DISC was the only media out of five competing brands to retain the data burned onto it without degradation, even when subject to the highest degree of ultraviolet rays and inclement weather.
Aleratec raises the standard for portable HDD duplication with today’s introduction of the 1:1 HDD Copy Cruiser Mini USB 3.0, an essential tool for building and upgrading computer systems.
The 1:1 HDD Copy Cruiser Mini USB 3.0 gives users the power to make hard drive copies and access hard drives quickly and easily with one lightweight, portable device. Though it weighs in at less than a pound, it is both a powerful standalone hard disk duplicator and a versatile HDD docking station.
Since it is standalone, there is no need to tie up any computer running complicated duplication software. A simple one-button operation creates perfect clones and backup drives, and the fast sector-by-sector copy process includes partition and boot sector information. Users can connect and remove drives in seconds with the quick-connect hard disk drive bays, allowing users to quickly and easily mount or dismount either drive.
Rimage Corporation, the industry-leading provider of on-demand CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc™ publishing systems, has launched a new line of Disc Authoring Solutions specifically designed to enable organizations to produce superior DVDs in-house.
The new Rimage Disc Authoring Solution creates a DVD playable on any home DVD player using an easy to use, automated authoring engine. The solution creates a fully authored disc that includes disc menus, disc label and case wrap. The solution enables businesses to author DVDs for training, events, marketing or any other occasion where videos and/or photographs need to be shared or archived. Because of the simplicity, affordability and power of this end-to-end solution, any size business is able to author their own disc in-house.
This simple to operate end-to-end solution allows businesses to reduce turnaround time and increase revenue while delivering the quality expected from Rimage. Authoring and publishing in-house enables businesses to eliminate dependency on third-party providers and maintain full relationship with their customers – all while offering a professional quality product without the need for extensive employee training. The solution is designed as a flexible tool that can easily be tailored to address a variety of markets including: education, corporate, real estate, sporting events, worship services, concerts, memorials, seminars, amusement, weddings and more.
Primera Technology, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of CD/DVD and Blu-ray Disc™ Publishers, today announced its Bravo 4051 Disc Publisher (DP-4051 in Europe, Scandinavia and Middle East).
This new model delivers the same industry-leading performance as Primera’s award-winning Bravo 4100-Series which have a 100-disc capacity, but with a 50-disc capacity and a new, lower price of just $2495 (MSRP). The product will be shown at the AES Convention October 21 – 23, 2011 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY. Primera’s booth is #730.
Bravo 4051 is the fastest 50-disc publisher available. It prints full-color, 100% coverage discs in just 6 seconds each. This compares to 20 to 120 seconds on competitive machines to print discs with comparable print quality.
Primera Technology, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of CD/DVD and Blu-ray Disc Publishers, today announced a price reduction on its popular Bravo SE Blu Disc Publisher (DP-SE Blu in Europe, Scandinavia and Middle East). The previous price was $2995 (MSRP). Beginning today, the new price is $2495 (MSRP).
Bravo SE Blu is an all-in-one disc publishing system and CD/DVD and Blu-ray Disc duplicator. It combines fast, automated robotic duplication along with full-color, 4800 dpi direct-to-disc printing. Bravo SE Blu is ideal for producing discs either one at a time with unique content or larger jobs of up to 20 discs at a time.
Primera Technology, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of automated disc publishers, today announced a new model of its Bravo Archive-Series Disc Publishers, now with recordable drives and media from JVC Advanced Media U.S.A., Inc.
JVC Archival Grade DVD-R complies to the Optical Disc Archive Test ISO/1EC10995 which states that recorded data can be retained safely for more than 30 years under a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and with 50% relative humidity. The nonprofit organization, ADTC, carried out the test and certified.
JVC’s Archival Grade DVD-R delivers long term data retention by the use of the company’s own specially-developed dye, which controls the initial writing error at low levels. The reflective layer was also specially-developed for archival use and is designed to last the lifetime of the media.
Aleratec continues to make Blu-ray duplication faster and more efficient. Today it adds a 15-target standalone Blu-ray duplicator to its award-winning line of optical disc Lightscribe duplicators. This professional grade device allows users to simultaneously copy up to a whopping 15 Blu-ray, DVD or CD discs, or laser-etch 15 DVD or CD LightScribe labels, at a time.
The Aleratec 1:15 Blu-ray/DVD/CD Tower Publisher SLS features cutting-edge 12X Blu-ray writers as well as a generous 1TB built-in hard drive.
This new standalone duplicator also includes a dedicated Source drive, allowing the device to make disc-to-disc copies without sacrificing any write capacity. A user can burn the same number of discs whether burning from the hard drive or from another source disc.
The unit can be connected to a PC via USB 2.0 cable for access to the duplicator’s internal hard drive. In PC-Connect mode, users can simply drag and drop disc image and label files directly into the duplicator and be running duplication jobs in no time. The duplicator’s simple, intuitive interface includes "Fast Keys" that give instant access to common functions.
As more office workers use micro secure digital (SD) cards to store data on portable electronic devices such as mobile phones, the need to copy memory cards is growing. Xerox Corporation, through a licensing agreement with Vinpower Digital, today introduced a line of standalone, high-speed SD/MicroSD duplicators that eliminates the need for adapters, and makes it easier to create multiple copies of any SD or MicroSD memory card.
Until now, duplicating MicroSD cards, which are about the size of a fingernail, required a special adaptor. Making multiple copies of the cards was time consuming because each card had to be inserted individually into a personal computer to copy. The Xerox SD/MicroSD Duplicator eliminates the need for adaptors by providing both a standard size SD slot as well as a slot for the much smaller MicroSD.