nextScan Introduces Fastest Microfilm Scanner for Today’s Market with New Technology Incorporated for Enhanced Image Quality
Boise, ID - October 16, 2008
Eclipse 1000 with a unique, proprietary, advanced light source (LuminTec™) will scan up to 1000 pages per minute while delivering pristine image quality
Boise, ID – October 16, 2008 - nextScan, the provider of the next generation in film and fiche scanning technology, today announced the addition in the USA of the Eclipse 1000 production level rollfilm scanner to its product offerings. Currently, the Eclipse 1000 is introduced for the fastest conversion of letter and legal sized office ...
nextScan Facilitates Microfilm Conversion for National Newspaper Digitization Program in Australia
Boise, ID - May 20, 2008
Boise, ID – May 20, 2008 - nextScan, the provider of the next generation in film and fiche scanning technology, today announced its participation in the Australian Newspapers Digitization Program (ANDP). The ANDP is a National Library of Australia (NLA) collaborative program to collect and preserve every newspaper ever published in Australia. Over a period of four years, the National Library is working closely with the Australian state and territory libraries to digitize and make available approximately 3.5 million pages of ...
Old Documents Meet New Technology
Washington, DC - April 21, 2008
Scanning paper, microfilm represents a growth industry for imaging companies
By Doug Beizer
Even with today’s digital databases and electronic forms, government warehouses are filled with mountains of paper and film documents.
For example, medical records of military personnel must be maintained throughout their lives. That could mean retaining microfilm records for about 100 years in some cases.
Despite decades of computer-centric processes, scanning and data mining of old documents are still growth industries, said several technology vendors at this year’s FOSE show in ...
nextScan Supplies Powerful Solutions for National Digital Newspaper Program Participants
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Boise, ID - January 22, 2008
Boise, ID – Jan 22, 2008 - nextScan, the provider of the next generation in film and fiche scanning technology, today announced its support of the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). The NDNP will create a national, digital resource of historically significant newspapers over the next 20 years from all the states and U.S. territories, published between 1836 and 1922. The resulting searchable database will be permanently maintained at the Library of Congress and be freely accessible to the public ...