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Day: May 16, 2004

Altova Releases Software Version 2004 Release 4

Altova Inc. announced the immediate availability of Release 4 of its Version 2004 product line. Among the major enhancements are extended data-mapping functionality in Altova MAPFORCE 2004, a completely redesigned Altova STYLEVISION 2004, and numerous upgrades to XMLSPY 2004. The entire Version 2004 Release 4 (v2004r4) product line is available for immediate download. In addition to the new features in v2004r4, the Altova Support and Maintenance Package (SMP) now includes coverage for major software releases. New bundled packaging for suites was also announced. Altova Enterprise XML Suite includes v2004r4 Enterprise Editions of XMLSPY, MAPFORCE and STYLEVISION at a savings of almost $700 (USD) off regular price of products purchased separately. Altova Professional XML Suite includes v2004r4 Professional Editions of XMLSPY, MAPFORCE and STYLEVISION at a savings of almost $250 (USD) off regular price of products purchased separately.

Idiom Releases WorldServer Global Electronic Publishing Solution

Idiom Technologies, Inc. expanded the WorldServer product family with the introduction of a new, application-specific version of WorldServer designed to meet the needs of global electronic publishing organizations. WorldServer Global Electronic Publishing enables cross-functional teams including authors, reviewers, editors, translators, localization specialists, and publishers to automate large portions of the document lifecycle, and deliver content in any format or language. With version control, an integrated XML repository, an extensible publishing framework, “preview in-context” capabilities, and search & query functions, the new member of the WorldServer product family enables “continuous translation” of complex documents. The new Idiom solution supports a variety of digital publishing formats including HTML, PDF, CHM (complied help), as well as print. And it is designed to work with authoring tools, such as Adobe FrameMaker.

SAIC’s TeraText Solutions Signs Agreement with Stellent

TeraText Solutions, a division of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), announced that it has entered into a license agreement with Stellent, Inc.’s Content Components Division to embed Stellent Outside In XML Export, HTML Export, and Viewer technology for use in TeraText Database Systems. SAIC’s TeraText Database Systems (DBS) is an information management system optimized for storing and manipulating large volumes of text and managing large structured text databases. Stellent’s tools expand TeraText’s existing capabilities by providing the ability to convert more than 250 proprietary file formats to XML or HTML for indexing and searching in conjunction with the TeraText DBS. TeraText technology was developed at Melbourne-based RMIT University. In July 2001, SAIC entered into an exclusive agreement with RMIT to develop and commercialize TeraText technology in North America and Europe. The TeraText DBS is sold as part of customized, integrated solutions developed and maintained by SAIC systems specialists. Applications include intelligence gathering, technical documentation, legislation management, publishing, and knowledge management.

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