Mission Statement

"To create and maintain a pace-setting organisation by adapting technology to customers needs finished with transcending excellent services"

Corporate Culture

In Transerve, the unparalleled culture of “Transcending Excellence” is passionately pursued so much so that nothing else would do, as Transerve itself is consistent and synonymous with “TRANscending excellent SERVice” from where it derives its name. This is reflected in our Corporate life as we always bear the consciousness that “satisfaction with mediocrity is an arch enemy of excellence”. At Transerve, we aim beyond the stars!

Vision

"To be the best value creator for all the stakeholders"

Corporate Strategy

This is encapsulated in the following

key statements:

 

    Focus on Audio/Visual business

 

     Customer retention and satisfaction.

 

     Low cost service provider

 

     Employee contentment, fulfillment and

     development.

 

     IT as Business driver

 

     Branches as profit centre

Welcome...

Transerve Disc Technologies Limited started small with the importation and sales of bulk video and audiotapes and then progressed to films duplication for producers and marketers. The company later diversified into the importation and sales of library and jewel boxes, kingdom word audiotapes, blank CDR and bulk audiotapes, thus creating a “one stop shop” for audio, video and CD products. Duplication of CD’s and VCD’s with sales of CD duplicators was added to the growing basket of the company’s products and services.

 

With the paradigm shift in demand and technology of films and in line with the company’s mission of “Adapting Technology to customers needs with TRANSCENDING EXCELLENT SERVICES ”, the company veered into CD, VCD and DVD replication with full color offset printing. We combine class, quality and speed to meet customers’ peculiar needs.

 

Transerve as a pacesetting organization has a web site with Optical Disc  Business Software (ERP) to enable her customers monitor the progress of their job orders on-line from the comfort of their homes and offices with their computer devices (Smart phones, Laptops and Desktops).

 

As a company, Transerve Disc Technologies Limited has branches in major cities of the nation to ensure that the products are readily available to its numerous customers. A company that offers excellent services to its numerous customers nationwide with nationwide coverage and network to maintain prompt delivery of products, plus a customer care line that is second to   none, why not give us a try and decipher optimum satisfaction.

 

Products & Services

CD/VCD/DVD Replication:

This is the main thrust of

the company’s business services. Musicians (audio and video) Movies, Books ...    >>

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Management

System (JAMS)

In a bid to surpass ‘transcending excellent services’ in all facets of service delivery and more importantly, to ensure transparency....>>

Anti Piracy

Transerve Disc Technologies Limited is a registered member of the Nigerian Intellectual Property Commission (NIPC) Federation of intellectual ...  >>

PRESS RELEASE


EVOLUTION OF OPTICAL MEDIA


Compact Disc (CD-ROM, CD-Audio, CD-Video)


Released in 1982, the CD (compact disc) revolutionized the music industry by offering digital sound to home consumers in replacement of analog formats. The CD was eventually transitioned from a music source to a form of storage for data. In 1990, the CD-R was introduced and allowed for the creation of optical discs at home with a personal computer. The average CD allows for up to 700 MB of data storage. Digital bits are stored as pits on the reflective material in the disc. A red wavelength laser detects these pits and converts them to a digital signal.


CD has also some other formats CD-R that also have same capacity of 700MB storage; it allows to write the information on it once. CD-RW that again has same capacity of 700 MB, but an RW allows us to write & erase & rewrite it as many as 100 times or till the surface is in good condition.


Digital Versatile/Video Disc (DVD-ROM, DVD-Audio, DVD-Video)

Released in the late 1990s, DVDs offered a widely accepted digital movie format. Allowing 4.7 GB for a single-layer disc and up to 8.5 GB for a dual-layer disc, DVD was an excellent choice for personal backups of data on a DVD-R or movie media. DVD is not only used for data and video. DVD-Audio discs are uncompressed studio master recordings that offer much higher bit-rate than a standard CD. DVDs used a red wavelength laser, much like CDs.


DVD has also some other formats DVD-R that also have same capacity of 4.7 GB storage; it allows to write the information on it once. DVD-RW that again has same capacity of 4.7 GB, but an RW allows us to write & erase & rewrite it as many as 100 times or till the surface is in good condition.


High Definition DVD


HD-DVD was released by Toshiba as a competing format to Sony's Blu-ray disc. HD-DVD offered enough storage space for full-length, high-definition movies on a single disc. HD-DVD discs were capable of holding 15 GB per layer with a maximum of two layers. Toshiba had planned on eventually releasing three-layer discs; however, with shifts of movie production studios, support for HD-DVD dwindled until Toshiba announced it would no longer continue the format. HD-DVD drives use a blue wavelength laser that is able to read smaller pits on the optical media.


Blu-ray

Blu-ray is the newest high-definition optical format. Developed by Sony, Blu-ray discs offer 25 GB per layer with up to two layers per disc. Blu-ray discs have a protective coating that reduces the number of scratches and makes the disc durable. Like HD-DVD, Blu-ray offers a full-length, high-definition movie on one disc. Blu-ray recordable, or BD-R, drives are becoming more common in home computers. The BD-R drives allow for up to 50 GB of storage on one disc. Blu-ray drives use the same type of laser as HD-DVD drives to allow for greater storage on the optical disc.


Legacy Optical Devices

There have been a number of optical media that are no longer in production. Laser discs were one of the first optical media. A laser disc was a 12-inch disc that held a digital copy of a movie. Laser discs were not efficient at storage; it often took multiple discs for a full-length movie. Other proprietary, short-lived formats included the GD-Rom from Sega's Dream Cast gaming system, Sony's Mini Disc and Super Audio-CD.

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