Inxight Software announced the general availability of Inxight SmartDiscovery Extraction Server (SDX), a solution for text analytics in more than 30 languages. This system delivers Inxight’s ThingFinder extraction capabilities, reading text to discover the “who,” “what,” “where” and “when” of each document, enabling publishers, government organizations and enterprises to extract people, companies, places and other key entities from terabytes of unstructured text. SmartDiscovery Extraction Server was designed to fit into Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web services environments. The basic SDX architecture is a horizontally scalable, distributed extraction platform, designed to be deployed in a variety of configurations from 4 CPUs to 40,000 CPUs and beyond. New nodes can be added to the running system dynamically to meet demand. Administration of the system (managing distributed nodes, providing configuration parameters, etc.) is controlled through a Web-based user interface. The next version of SDX, scheduled for release this summer, will also incorporate Inxight Summarizer and Inxight’s new Categorizer product. Inxight SmartDiscovery Extraction Server is certified on Red Hat Linux ES 3.0 and 4.0, Red Hat Linux AS 3.0, Windows 2003 and Windows XP operating systems. Inxight SmartDiscovery Extraction Server (SDX) is generally available now.