Memnon is a worldwide leading provider of services to digitize, migrate, preserve, monetize and provide access to audiovisual (Audio, Video, Film and Images) recordings of any format and data formats. We work for the biggest names in media, broadcast, cultural institutions, national libraries, universities, businesses, governments and international organizations.
Memnon is a 100% Sony Group company since July 2015. Our origins go back to a professional “mastering studio” created in 1989 in Belgium/Brussels. Since 2005, Memnon has been dedicated to archives and serving the global audiovisual community in media & entertainment, sports, hertiage organizations, research and universities. Over the last 10 years, we have globally expanded to serve our clients from our own facilities and on-site projects around the world from the US, EU, the Middle East, South Africa and Australia.
Over the last 5 years, we have extensively invested in R&D, technical development and engineering with our own developments in high performance storage solutions, robotic, software solutions for workflow and ingest management, as well as quality management methodologies and business processes. Since 2018, Memnon has been certified and audited in the ISO9001 quality certification.
Our workforce has evolved into a multi-disciplinary team of audio and video specialists, film experts, engineers, computer specialists, project managers and metadata experts.
In 2020, we launched our DARS platform to help our clients and partners transform their content in a revenue opportunity. We believe archives should not just be digitized and preserved for the next 100 years, but we see at as part of our mission to increase the use of the archive facilitating its access, discoverability and licensing. We are passionate about ensuring that past events and memories can help create new knowledge and live on in new stories and content.
We value the richness and diversity of the invaluable memories, evidences of histories, knowledge, and stories in our clients collections.
Our mission is to make these archives, media collections and libraries accessible, discoverable and usable for new content and new knowledge.
Whether moments in history, world changing events, social movements and changes in society over time, research recordings or simply great stories and productions, we believe in the priceless value of the content for entertainment, research and education, but also for preservation of historic audio visual evidences for future generations to study the past for a better future.