October 2013, Bracknell, Berkshire, UK – As the publishing industry gets ready to attend the annual World Publishing EXPO in Berlin, Miles 33 is proud to reflect on the installations that occurred since the previous EXPO.
Throughout the world, publishers have selected Miles 33 solution to power their multi-channel endeavours with installations of the GN4 editorial content management system, GNXpedio for epaper and virtual editions for mobile devices, GNWeb for online publishing, FutureProof and Gemstone advertising solutions and of course, OASYS, the XML composition and pagination system.
Newsquest signed for a 1500 seat Gemstone advertising system.
The Hispanic impreMedia group now runs multiple dailies in a cloud.
The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin implemented a full GN4 and GNWeb system.
The Dominion Post implemented a FutureProof advertising system, a GN4 editorial content management system, GNWeb for their online publishing and are currently implementing GNXpedio for their virtual epaper editions.
In Italy, Gazetta del Sud and Provincia di Cremona selected GN4, (the latter replacing an Atex Hermes system) to power their multi-channel news publishing efforts.
In the UK, DC Thomson, a leading publishing house in Scotland, went live with TARK4 as their picture desk and digital asset management system, used by both Atex prestige and Tera GN3 users.
In the Middle East, Al-Hayat, the prestigious Pan Arab newspaper published out of Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and the UK, selected GNWeb for their Arabic website.
And over in South East Asia, Focus Malaysia, a business newspaper in Malaysia, went live on GN4. Other orders were received from publishers in Brunei and Indonesia and installations are currently in progress.
GNXpedio, the new mobile publishing system, powered with technology from VirtualCom Interactive, has started to attract great attention too. The New Straits Times in Malaysia and the Chinese language United Daily are already live on their ePapers and new orders have been received from other South East Asian publishers and the US-based The Dominion Post.
OASYS, the XML composition and pagination system saw installations at the US Supreme Court, Absolut, United Business Media and Morris Press.