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January 22, 2020
New Delhi, Dec 7 (IANS) Norwegian long-term data storage technology company — Piql — has entered India with digital preservation solutions for paper-based and analogue archives.
The technology developed by the Norwegian company uses an innovative approach to “archiving repurposes photosensitive film to be a digital medium”.
“Data is stored using high density QR codes with all information needed to recover the information also stored on the film, making it self-contained and future-proof,” the company said in a statement.
“This tried and tested technology can keep data alive for hundreds of years, without the need for migration. The data is secure, unalterable and can be recovered without the risk of data loss, no matter how long it is stored for,” it added.