Founded in Brussels in 1989 under the name Musica Numeris, Memnon quickly positioned itself internationally, first in the field of audio digitization, then in video digitization, winning contracts with the United Nations and the Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games.
At the end of 2011, Memnon brings Wallimage Entreprises into its capital and opens a unit in Liège, specialized in the digitization of VHS, BetaSP and DigiBeta archives, which allows it to win one of the calls for tenders launched by Sonuma, the company that manages, among other things, the RTBF’s TV and radio archives. No less than 55,000 hours of precious archives stored on these video media will be digitally saved by Memnon!
Today Memnon is active all over Europe, but also in the Emirates and the United States.
It was the know-how of the teams led by Michel Merten that attracted the attention of the Japanese multinational to Memnon, impressed in particular by the optimization of the digitalization processes implemented by the Brussels-based company.
The Minister Jean-Claude Marcourt, in charge of the Digital Plan for Wallonia, congratulates Michel Merten and his collaborators and is pleased to note that the digital know-how developed in Wallonia with the support of Wallimage Entreprises is now recognized at the highest international level.