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January 10, 2012

Atlas Systems, Inc. Atlas continues strong sales of Ares E-Reserves and Aeon Special Collections Management. Atlas Systems, the leading provider of time-saving solutions for libraries, ended 2011 with a surge in sales for both Ares and Aeon. Institutions that purchased Ares in the last half of 2011 include University of South Florida; Temple University (PA); Skidmore College (NY); American University (DC); University of Windsor (CAN); University of Victoria (CAN); Drexel University (PA); Harvard Kennedy School (MA); and University of Illinois. New sites implementing Aeon include Claremont Colleges Library (CA); American Antiquarian Society (MA); and Duke University (NC). [Full Announcement].

September 3, 2003

Ex Libris Duke University Selects ALEPH500, MetaLib/SFX. Ex Libris announced that the Duke University libraries—Perkins Library and its 7 campus branches, plus Pearse Memorial Library at the Duke Marine Laboratory and the independently administered libraries of Divinity, Law, Medicine, and Business (Ford)—have contracted with Ex Libris for ALEPH500, MetaLib, and SFX. [Full Announcement].

August 11, 1994

Data Research Associates, Inc.. DRA Z39.50 servers now up and running in numerous libraries: major academics add transparent network access; Cleveland is First Public Library to offer everyday Z39.50 interoperability. [Full Announcement].