The gold standard of long-term data storage

Re-thinking data storage

 

From security to guaranteed future accessibility, our migration-free digital film technology is the most affordable and effective long-term solution for storing your valuable data.

 

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EUROSTARS R&D PROJECT: AV-TREASURE

Bringing new life to archived audio-visual content

So many new movies and documentaries relies on historic imagery. Without proper preservation efforts, much of our cinematic history can be lost forever or stuck buried on a dusty archival shelf.

Piql has teamed up with Vintage Cloud, Valossa and VIA University College to ensure finding and using this valuable content becomes easier.

Important acknowledgement

piqlReader wins award for great design

Our newest piece of technology has already made its mark winning a prestigious DOGA award.

Piql proud to contribute

UNICEF deposits Child Convention in AWA

To celebrate World Children’s Day and 30-year anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF has stored the document forever in the Arctic World Archive (AWA).

Piql Services

How we work

Our data security and preservation services are always tuned to meet the special requirements of each client. At the core of our services is a technology developed uniquely to safeguard irreplaceable information.

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CASE

The National Museum of Norway opts for Piql

The National Museum of Norway and Piql have joined forces to safeguard art for coming generations. 

Secure data storage

Arctic World Archive

The Arctic World Archive is an offline data vault where valuable information is safeguarded for future generations. Deep inside an arctic mountain, the data is safe from cyberattacks, terrorism and natural disasters.

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