April 30, 2021
Highly integrated Radboud Repository upgraded to DSpace 6. Bolstering commitment to open access and open source, Radboud University Nijmegen completed a major DSpace upgrade and migration to Atmire managed hosting. As a member of the DSpace community for over 15 years, the research-intensive Dutch university has gradually built out the largest DSpace repository in the Netherlands. Of the 200,000 content items, articles are the vast majority with over 130,000. Different content types, including datasets and books, are growing in numbers as well. [Full Announcement].
March 26, 2021
Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) relaunches on DSpace. The DOAB Foundation is pleased to share that the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) has successfully migrated to a new open source environment, based on DSpace 6. The transition of DOAB to an open source environment comes at a time where momentum for OA books is on the rise and access to scholarly books is proving to be of critical importance to users worldwide. The renewed DOAB platform offers additional functionalities and features, improving the service for all stakeholders. [Full Announcement].
Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security migrates to Open Repository. In less than 2 months, WODC, Atmire and Delta Kwadrant migrated Fedora collections to Open Repository [Full Announcement].
April 14, 2020
PAHO, WHO and other Atmire clients fight COVID19 with Open Access research. In less than a week, PAHO and Atmire established a COVID19 subject repository. An increasing number of Atmire clients are publicly exposing COVID19 research in their repositories. [Full Announcement].
March 11, 2017
Curtin University trades Digitool for DSpace. Atmire migrated Curtin's institutional repository espace from Digitool to DSpace 5. Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest and most culturally diverse university with Australia’s third largest international student population. [Full Announcement].
August 1, 2016
Atmire acquires Open Repository. Atmire NV has entered into an agreement to acquire Open Repository, BioMed Central's repository service for academic institutions, charities, NGOs and research organisations. Under the agreement, Atmire will take over management and support of all Open Repository customers. The acquisition adds to Atmire's client base of institutions using DSpace and allows BioMed Central to focus on its core business concerns. [Full Announcement].