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Ralf Jurrien : March 9th 2007 - 22:12 CET

Ilford Micrographic film at CeBIT 2007


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IlfordIlford Micrographic film at CeBIT 2007 : Ilford, announces its presence at CeBIT, the world’s largest annual trade show for information and telecommunications technology. The company will showcase its Ilford Micrographic film, a unique archival recording film capable of storing both optical and digital data for over 500 years, using the new long-term archiving standard. Safeguarding data digitally in the face of continuous technological progress requires even more effort and expense. Analogue safeguarding is one way to avoid such high archiving costs. To arrange an interview with a member of the executive team or to learn more about the new long-term archival system from Ilford, please contact the press department below.
Ilford Micrographic film at CeBIT 2007Ilford Micrographic film - Features
• An Innovative RGB laser exposure
• A high resolution colour microfilm that records up to 300 lines/mm
• 500+ years durability through the use of micrographic film
• An economic process for copying originals onto micrographic film
• Easy readability and/ or redigitalisation of the colour micrographic film




About Ilford
Founded in 1879, Ilford is a leading player in the development and manufacture of photo quality media for both inkjet printing and photographic processes. Ilford Imaging Switzerland GmbH., the manufacturing operation, together with the Ilford world-wide Digital Imaging and Colour Photo businesses, has been owned by OJI Paper, Japan, since July 2005. Ilford now operates as a fully owned subsidiary within OJI's Communications Paper Division, enabling the Ilford capabilities to run all the way from raw paper through to the highly sophisticated product design and manufacturing processes incorporated in the end product made in Switzerland. The Ilford Black and White Photo business, including the UK Manufacturing facility, was acquired by HARMAN technology Limited. Trading as Ilford Photo, HARMAN is licensed to use the Ilford brand in association with traditional Black and White silver halide products only.

About MicroArchive Systems
MicroArchive Systems GmbH develops innovative solutions for long-term archiving with prominent research institutes. Its flagship product, ArchiveLaser, a laser writer that was developed by the Fraunhofer Institut (IPM), enables digital graphic data to be saved for up to 500 years. A combination of the traditional microfilm, such as Ilfochrome Migrographic, and state of the art laser technology makes it possible to maintain colour fidelity when storing original master copies.





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