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“Arkivum not only meets MoMA's high preservations standards,  but is also a financially smart move considering the size of our digital collections (big) and the way we access them (infrequently).”

BEN FINO-RADIN
Digital Repository Manager at The Museum of Modern Art in New York

"We chose to work with Arkivum because it stood out as being very experienced in the digital archiving space.”

ANNA HENRY,
Digital Preservation Manager at Tate

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MoMA

New York's Museum of Modern Art is using an integrated Arkivum / Archivematica system to preserve and archive 5.4PB of digitised audio-visual artworks.

Tate Gallery

As part its Archives and Access project, Tate is preserving and archiving 52,000 new digital assets using an on-site deployment of 80TB of Arkivum storage.

Kew

Kew is implementing Arkivum/100 and integrating it with the Aetopia Digital Asset Management system to facilitate the sharing of digital images and digitised text.

An Arkivum-based preservation system... what do you get?

1. For long-term (10+ years) and large-scale (PB) archives, a tape-based system from Arkivum is a factor of ten more economical than cloud / disk alternatives.

2. On-site at your location, or as a managed service, an Arkivum-based digital preservation system guarantees the integrity, trustworthiness and authenticity of your data.

3.  With the Arkivum 100% data integrity guarantee, higher standards of digital preservation best practices can be readily achieved.

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The Arkivum system provides Kew with 100TB of archive storage over 8 years with future storage expansion of a similar size expected in the near future. 

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

What is digital preservation all about?

This is Mattthew Addis, our CTO, talking about metadata, file formats and bit-level data preservation and why preservation in the digital world is complex and poses very new challenges.

Source: DAS New York: Ben Fino-Radin (See YouTube vQaFWqHfxMA)

Andy Warhol. Empire. 1964. 16mm film.  © 2015 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Eileen Agar with her husband,  Joseph Bard in the 1930s. From the Archives and Access Project. © Tate.

The Directors' Correspondence Project at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

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