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Datalogics previews new eBook technologies, Bookvia™ and READynamic™ Plus at Frankfurt Book Fair


Chicago, IL, October 19, 2016 - Datalogics, Inc., the premier source for PDF and eBook technologies for developers, today announces the preview of two exciting new products, - Bookvia™, a new eReader mobile application, and READynamic™ Plus at the Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.

Bookvia, an eReader app, is designed to bring together content from DRM or non-DRM sources, which allows users to consolidate their electronic publications in one application. Bookvia offers stores streamlined content delivery to their readers through a common bookshelf and provides users a powerful, engaging reading experience with reliable cloud content management.

READynamic Plus is a new version of READynamic that offers the same interactive functionality and benefits of the original solution now with the integration of Sony DADC’s User Rights Management System (URMS) DRM. The URMS, featured in READynamic Plus, offers a powerful level of industry recognized security that will allow for full content protection, while offering the user flexible content control.

“Datalogics is excited to preview our new eBook offerings, Bookvia and READynamic Plus, at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair,” states Ching Yue, eBook Product Manager, Datalogics. “Our team has been working very hard in the last year to lead the evolution of how eBooks are utilized and distributed, and making these new solutions available to the market are exciting next steps in technology development.”

Datalogics will be with Sony DADC at Hall 4.2 N82 at Frankfurt Book Fair for the preview of Bookvia and READynamic Plus.

About Datalogics

Chicago-based Datalogics, Incorporated, the premier source for PDF and eBook technologies, has dedicated over 45 years to delivering the highest quality software.  Datalogics offers solutions that include a wide range of powerful PDF and eBook technologies for .NET, Java, and C/C++ developers. Datalogics is a member of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) and the Readium Foundation, and is on the board of the PDF Association.

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