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Month: August 2002 (Page 1 of 7)

TRADOS’s GXT 5.2 Available

TRADOS announced the general availability of TRADOS GXT v.5.2. With TRADOS GXT, TRADOS extends its suite of language technology with a new enterprise platform that minimizes the cost and streamlines the process of globalizing enterprise content. TRADOS’ GXT solution provides a collaborative framework for sharing and storing language assets and automating the associated business processes of updating and adapting multilingual content for worldwide markets. The new system simplifies the globalization of enterprise Web sites, product documentation, marketing collateral, product catalogs and content in databases and content management systems.

divine to Resell MediaBin

divine, inc. announced that it has signed a reseller agreement forming an alliance with MediaBin Inc. divine will offer MediaBin’s Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution to enable divine content management users to leverage rich media assets through divine Content Server. While divine Content Server can store, archive and deliver all forms of digital assets, the MediaBin Digital Asset Management system expands this capability by enabling business users to modify, transform and compile graphics for use within Web sites or other applications without requiring the assistance of creative professionals. MediaBin software enables dynamic resizing and other manipulations of digital images, photographs, graphics, logos, video, Quark files, and other rich media. The MediaBin capabilities complement divine multimedia-based products that include divine Showcase and divine Truelook. The combination of divine Content Server and MediaBin enables real-time previewing of both images and content as they will appear on the published site.

Inktomi Integrates Enterprise Search with Microsoft Content Management Server

Inktomi Corp. announced an integration between Inktomi Enterprise Search software and Microsoft Content Management Server. The integration enables Inktomi Enterprise Search to index and retrieve Web content managed by Microsoft Content Management Server. Inktomi Enterprise Search integrated with Content Management Server closely aligns the content development and retrieval processes. This integration allows Inktomi to instantly crawl and index content and associated metadata published and managed by Microsoft Content Management Server, providing users with real-time access to information. Microsoft now offers customers and systems integrators an evaluation copy of Inktomi Enterprise Search as part of its Internet business solution kit, which includes Microsoft Content Management Server. Inktomi Consulting services are available to optimize the deployment of Inktomi Enterprise Search software with Microsoft Content Management Server to meet each customer’s unique needs.

Arbortext & Software AG to Co-market XML Content Management System

Arbortext, Inc. announced it has entered into a Co-Marketing Alliance with Software AG, Inc. to immediately begin marketing a completely native XML system for the creation, management and publishing of complex business and technical documents. Through this alliance, Arbortext and Software AG are utilizing X.Systems’ GEMt product, a content management system that integrates Arbortext’s Epic XML authoring and publishing software with Software AG’s native XML server, Tamino. GEMt, based on software developed by X.Systems, integrates with Tamino and brings native XML content management together with X.Systems’ focus on productivity in the information life cycle.,

Ipedo Introduces XML Views Integration Technology

Ipedo introduced Ipedo XML Views, an integration technology that unifies information management for portals, custom Web applications and Web services initiatives. Integrated into its Ipedo XML Database and Ipedo Integration Manager, XML Views expands the reach of corporate information resources. Ipedo XML Views are virtual, real-time snapshots of information from external XML and non-XML sources presented in XML to simplify integration tasks in applications. Once constructed, XML Views can be manipulated using XML query and transformation standards, and multiple XML Views can be combined to create information composites tailored for specific applications. Ipedo’s XML Views technology provides virtual connections to remote information sources for quick, easy access, whether structured data from databases or unstructured Web content. The XML Views architecture works across existing relational databases, content management systems and Web Services, and can be tailored using an adapter development kit. The all-Java design includes support for JDBC, JMS, and SOAP, and can be deployed in conjunction with J2EE application servers such as BEA WebLogic or IBM WebSphere.

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