Tera is the customer-loyalty and engineering newspaper-industry leader.
Tera Digital Publishing is now part of the Miles 33 group of companies.
Tera's CMSA, our Content Management Service Architecture is Taking Content into the Future. Announced at IfraExpo 2007,
Tera's CMSA defines the infrastructure necessary to smoothly handle content in a uniform production flow. Products built using
Tera's CMSA are web-based, extensible systems that able to accept new content formats, and use new presentation and distribution technologies.
Taking Content into the Future: Tera's CMSA Products built using Tera's Content Management Service Architecture
are able to accept new content formats and presentation and
distribution technologies. Tera's Content Management Service
Architecture (CMSA) defines the infrastructure necessary to
handle content in a uniform production flow.
Tera's CMSA Advantages for the System User
Tera's Content Management Service Architecture defines a way that new types of content and new way of presenting that content can be added to the system. The key is that the architecture allows the system to store, and manipulate, content, whether it is something that does exist or something that hasn't come along yet.
Tera's CMSA A technical overview
Tera's CMSA components are based on Microsoft .NET technology and frameworks, so they run on Windows servers. For the SQL database either Microsoft SQL Server 2000/2005 or Oracle 10g can be used. The overall architecture is database-independent no particular server-specific features are used so it will be easy to support other database platforms.
The KODAK NEWSMANAGER Workflow System is a powerful open standards management system for high-performance newspaper printers. It is scalable to meet the needs of complex metropolitan printers to small-to-medium size newspaper printers requiring NEWSMANAGER Page Pairer software.
Kodak Generation news
The KODAK GENERATION NEWS System is a complete, integrated CTP system designed to meet the demanding needs of medium to large newspaper printers.