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Originally funded by the Library of Congress, the Chronopolis digital preservation network has the capacity to preserve hundreds of terabytes of digital data—data of any type or size, with minimal requirements on the data provider. Chronopolis comprises several partner organizations that provide a wide range of services. The partners include:

The project leverages high-speed networks, mass-scale storage capabilities, and the expertise of the partners in order to provide a geographically distributed, heterogeneous, and highly redundant archive system.

Features of the project include:

  • Three geographically distributed copies of the data
  • Curatorial audit reporting
  • Development of best practices for data packaging and sharing

Chronopolis Teams up with DuraSpace 

The TRAC-certified Chronopolis digital preservation network at the UC San Diego Library is collaborating with DuraSpace to offer the DuraCloud Enterprise Chronopolis subscription plan, which provides DuraCloud customers with a wide range of benefits. Read more here.  

DuraCloud Vault website launched!

Learn more about the new DuraCloud Vault service offered by Chronopolis, DuraCloud, and DPN.

DPN explained

What is DPN? Read more... 

Chronopolis joins DPN

Chronopolis is a founding node in DPN.
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Contact

chronopolis@ucsd.edu