Millenniata is the sole provider of a permanent, backwards-compatible archiving solution for the digital age. Located in Springville, Utah, Millenniata is poised to become the world’s leader in digital data preservation. Millenniata is the result of pioneering inventions from Brigham Young University.
Professors at BYU developed the technology now known as the M-ARC™ Disc. Data and images written to the M-ARC™ Disc using the M-Writer™ Drive can be preserved, making them virtually permanent by modern standards.
The products developed by Millenniata, Inc. will satisfy the archiving needs of government institutions, businesses and consumers.
The M-ARC™ Disc builds on the foundation of existing optical data storage technology such as CD, DVD, HD-DVD, and Blu-ray, while going beyond to provide a digital data storage solution that will preserve data for generations.
The M-ARC™ Disc looks like the familiar CD-ROM or DVD and can be read by current disc drives.
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