As an end-user, certainly you're familiar with the frustration that can accompany downloading or sending and receiving large files electronically.
If you're a publisher or a database provider serving up publications via the Internet and electronic media, no doubt the ability to provide fast access to your customers electronically becomes increasingly mission-critical as your data collection grows. The challenge to balance the characteristics of your data collection with your budget, staff know-how, customer's needs, and network activity oftentimes results in throwing more resources to the mix, to accommodate the anticipated growth in data and increase in the information needs of your users.
Cypheron Systems offers a solution to this problem with patent-pending compression technology. Applying our compression to your enormous data holdings can dramatically speed, facilitate, and reduce the costs of activities directly related to the delivery of publications in digital functional form for enterprise systems and value-added Internet-delivered solutions.
Our patent-pending technology achieves at least a 12:1 ratio of compression over standard PDF format--with no loss of quality.
Library of Congress' Holdings: From 5,100 DVDs to 511
To comprehend its effectiveness, consider the sheer size of the Library of Congress' information holdings. As stated by the Library itself (from its site), "according to the Internet Archive, if you converted all the text in the Library of Congress (that's words, not pictures) into digital format, it would equal about 20 terabytes (or 20,000 copies of the Encyclopedia Britannica). In October 2001, the Internet Archive's collection of online data contained about 10 billion web pages -- over 100 terabytes of data and growing. Of course, this includes home pages, personal pet pages, and usenet newsgroups, as well as electronic books and Ph.D. theses."
This electronic collection as it stands is equivalent to 5,110 DVDs using standard PDF format.
With our compression applied, this collection--the largest library holdings in the world--would be reduced to just 2.4 terabytes--or 511 DVDs--with no loss of quality!
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We have applied our compression to the complete collection of 6.5+ million US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) images, reducing it from over 2 terabytes to just 120 gigabytes--or from the 220+ DVDs that the USPTO offers to just 42 DVDs.
The result is Rapidpat Complete, an affordable, resource efficient document system that enables ready access to view, print, and share patent documents and full-text data across a private network. Our compression reduces the average patent image from 1.5 Megabytes to 100k, with zero quality loss.
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Our proprietary compression technology can effectively reduce the size of any PDF data collection, without quality loss. We provide compression services that dramatically reduces many types of data collections including: prior art, marketing/collateral materials, white papers, catalogs, journals, pre-print production files, and any type of data collection that uses PDF file format.
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Send us your data sample, and will will compress it and return it to you, to illustrate the effectiveness of our technology, which demonstrates zero quality loss to the source file.
Email your sample file to: email@example.com, and include the email address to which you would like the compressed file result delivered. Or, phone us now at 201-377-1747 to learn you can benefit.