Rockall Film, Video and Audio Storage

August 1987
Image Technology;Aug1987, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p368
Trade Publication
The article provides information about the Rockall Group, a privately owned International Co. specializing in high security storage and management of recorded information and media. The company has expanded their services since its inception in 1973 to suit the storage and management requirements of new industries which led to the development of the Merton security center in London which specializes in high quality storage of video and audio media for the entertainment industry.


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