4 edition of archival storage potential of microfilm, magnetic media, and optical data discs found in the catalog.
archival storage potential of microfilm, magnetic media, and optical data discs
A. M. Hendley
|Statement||conducted by A.M. Hendley on behalf of the British Library BNB Research Fund.|
|Series||NRCd publication,, no. 19, BNB Research Fund report,, no. 10, British National Bibliography Research Fund report ;, no. 10., NRCd publication ;, no. 19.|
|Contributions||British National Bibliography Research Fund.|
|LC Classifications||Z681.3.M53 H46 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||77|
|ISBN 10||085267211X, 0852672128|
|LC Control Number||85117554|
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Archival storage potential of microfilm, magnetic media and optical data discs. Hatfield (The Hatfield Polytechnic, Bayfordbury, Hatfield, Herts.): National Reprographic Centre for documentation, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A M Hendley.
Get this from a library. The archival storage potential of microfilm, magnetic media, and optical data discs: a comparison based on a literature review. [A M Hendley; British National Bibliography Research Fund.].
Archival Disc (AD) is the name of a trademark owned by Sony Corporation and Panasonic Corporation describing an optical disc storage medium designed for long-term digital storage. First announced on 10 March and introduced in the second quarter ofthe discs are intended to be able to withstand changes in temperature and humidity, in addition to dust and water, ensuring that the disc Media type: Optical disc.
Optical Archive. Optical Blu-ray archives configurations are similar to tape. The big difference is in the media itself. Blu- ray technology is designed for wide use within the consumer/video market.
Hence it is reliable, robust and like its predecessors CD/DVD, it will be widely available for coming years. Long-term storage is typically addressed using magnetic media technology (disks and tape).
Data protection methods have been created to protect data but magnetic media quality will eventually fatally degrade and lead to uncorrectable errors. This technology requires a periodic. The preservation of optical media is essential because it is a resource in libraries, and stores audio, video, and computer data to be accessed by patrons.
While optical discs are generally more reliable and durable than older media types, (magnetic tape, LPs and other records) environmental conditions and/or poor handling can result in lost information. Inthe New York Times said about optical storage, "the rumor refuses to die.".
The introduced LaserDisc and introduced audio/music CD had made a data-storing optical media format, introduced in at a trade show, seem feasible.
The Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA) was an international trade association formed to promote the use of recordable optical data. Best Sellers in - Data Storage #1. The Archival Storage Potential of Microfilm Magnetic Media and Optical Data Discs T.
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Paperback # The Selection and Preparation Of Records for Publication on Microfilm[HTML] [PDF] In an era of digitization, NARA continues to microfilm records because microfilm is a low-cost, reliable, long-term, standardized image storage medium. The equipment needed to view microfilm images is simple, consisting of light and magnification.
The medium has a life-expectancy of hundreds of years. Digital. Systems that mount microfilm images in punched cards have been widely used for archival storage of engineering information.
For example, when airlines demand archival engineering drawings to support purchased equipment (in case the vendor goes out of business, for example), they normally specify punch-card-mounted microfilm with an industry-standard indexing system punched into the card.
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Optical Disks Vs. Magnetic Storage Paperback – November 1, byAuthor: William Saffady. Hendley, A. The archival storage potential of microfilm, magnetic. media, and optical data discs: a comparison based on a literature.
review. Conducted by A. Hendley on behalf of the British Library BNB Research Fund. Bayfordbury, Hertford, NRCd, Hatfield Poly-technic, 77 p. (NRCd publication, no. 19) (BNB ResearchFile Size: KB.
Digital-Imaging and Optical Digital Data Disk Storage Systems: Long-Term Access Strategies for Federal Agencies July A Report by: The Technology Research Staff The National Archives at College Park Adelphi Road College Park, Maryland J In recent years, Federal agencies have become increasingly interested in using digital information.
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Our storage box is designed with a secure and solid snap-shut lid. This box is ideal for storing master films or duplicates. 4 Optical Media. Optical media includes CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray Discs and more, in all of their various read-only (-ROM), write once (-R) and re-writeable (-RW) formats.
An excellent overview of the care and handling issues for CDs and DVDs is the CLIR publication Care and Handling of CDs and DVDs: A Guide for Librarians and Archivists.
Tokyo, Japan - Ma - Sony Corporation ("Sony") and Panasonic Corporation ("Panasonic") today announced that they have formulated "Archival Disc", a new standard for professional-use, next-generation optical discs, with the objective of expanding the market for long-term digital data storage.
Magnetic Tape Storage and Handling Guide Page 1 1. Introduction The use of magnetic media to record and store numeric and textual information, sound, motion, and still images has presented librarians and archivists with opportunities and challenges.
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Tl and Pamphlet box* SUBJECT HEADINGS used by the Library of Congress, under which books on opti-cal disk technology can be located in most card, book, and online catalogs, include the following: OPTICAL STORAGE DEVICES (Highly relevant). Optical Discs An optical disc is a type of storage media that consists of a flat, round, portable disc made of metal, plastic, and lacquer that is written and read by a laser.
Optical discs are inches in diameter and less than one-twentieth of an inch thick. Smaller, 3 inch, mini discs exist for File Size: 1MB. The Optical Disc Archive system accepts compact cartridges loaded with 11 Archival Discs, offering a total storage capacity of TB.
Discs can be easily and safely transported by carrying the entire cartridge, with no need to touch any disc surfaces. Cartridges have passed rigorous quality testing—. Announced in Q1/ with the first GB "Freeze Ray" aka "Archival Disc" standard discs for commercial data storage installations.
Apparently Facebook is one of the first test and/or production customers: freeze-ray: Optical Disc-Based Data Archive System | Panasonic Let's hope it catches on and prices come down. These two products are specifically designed for the airtight archival storage of A6/6″ X 4″ flat film and 16mm roll film of any type.
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The remainder of this document answers this question. Some of the factors to be discussed are more controllable than others.
For example, you can normally decide the storage conditions and level of access to an archive collection. However, you do not always have control over the quality of the tape wind, or the brand, type, and format of the tape media on which the information is stored.The Data Vault’s climate-controlled vault offers the most secure storage environment for your microfilm assets.
Specifically constructed to resist man-made or natural disasters, it was built to provide a barrier against the outside world while also maintaining optimal temperature and humidity levels for continued media preservation during any.New Optical Storage standard developed - Archival Disc for long-term digital data storage.
Optical discs have excellent properties to protect themselves against the environment, such as dust.