Oxford, UK | October 26, 2012. Tessella, world leaders in digital preservation, are proud to announce that it has won the tender process with the National Library of Australia for the Digital Library Infrastructure Redevelopment project.
The National Library of Australia has a contract to purchase the award winning Tessella SDB as a preservation management and digital library core system.
As part of its Digital Library Infrastructure Redevelopment project, the National Library of Australia is to redevelop its digital infrastructure to enable it to collect, generate, manage, preserve and provide ongoing access to the rapidly escalating volume of digital information resources that fall within its collecting mandate. The Library will be undertaking a pilot of Tessella’s SDB and an update detailing the outcomes of this pilot will be provided before the end of the year.
Jon Tilbury, Director of Archiving Solutions commented: “Tessella are pleased to have been selected by the National Library of Australia and are looking forward to a successful project and collaborating with The National Library of Australia team.”
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About Digital Preservation at Tessella
Tessella is world leader in digital preservation solutions, technology, consulting and research. Customers in 10 countries across 4 continents rely on our on-premise solution, SDB, to preserve their priceless digital information. The same world-leading solution is available on a pay as you go plan with our Software as a Service offering Preservica. Our core technology, now in its fourth generation, has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. It provides a stable, professionally-supported platform with the flexibility to deliver individual customer needs.
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