Across Systems, based in Karlsbad, Germany and Glendale, California provides language technology for the linguistic supply chain. As corporate solution, the Across Language Server provides a central software platform for all corporate language resources and translation processes. It enables smooth processes that allow corporations, translation agencies, and translators to work together seamlessly using the same data. The software includes a translation memory, a terminology system, and powerful tools for project and workflow management of translations. For more information, please visit: www.across.net
Asia Online has developed technology that enables high (near-human in some cases) quality mass translation of text across more than 600 language pairs. The technology is currently being deployed to assist enterprises and language service providers translate large amounts of information into their preferred languages and translate millions of pages of open content into local languages absolutely free to help eliminate information poverty in countries which are under served by such content.
The Asia Online technology is unique in the localization industry in providing multiple levels of linguistic control to steer the MT output quality to levels that have never been seen before. Asia Online is one of the market leaders in automated translation, having developed a range of tools and technologies (better known under the name Language Studio™) for each stage of the automated translation process. These cover everything from data scrubbing and cleaning, user training and settings, to applying special glossaries and terminology to each translation job and tools to assess its quality. This combination of linguistic steering from strategic partners like Janus and a linguistically responsive MT system architecture enables human quality translation to be delivered faster and more efficiently.
Asia Online won the Red Herring Global 100 Award for "Most Promising Technology Startups" in January 2009 and was profiled recently by Gartner in their report entitled "Cool Vendors in Emerging Technologies, 2009." For more information, please visit: www.asiaonline.net