559 — SDL releases Enterprise Translation Server 2003

Mar 12, 2003 | Conteúdos Em Ingles

SDL International a provider of multilingual solutions announced a new release of the company’s automatic translation solution for corporations, the Enterprise Translation Server 2003.With this release, SDL aims at improving the output quality of the system by expanding the scope of its dictionaries. The parsing, transfer, and generation rules on which the translations are based have also been improved.

“Enterprise Translation Server is powered by the fastest real-time translation engine on the market. Our aggressive development of the engine has resulted in significant improvements in the quality of its output across all supported language directions,” explained Keith Mills, SDL’s chief technology officer.

“The core dictionaries have been increased by an average of 28 per cent from the previous release in terms of the number of words and phrases entered. All of our customers will now enjoy greater accuracy in their automatic translations,” he added.

Enterprise Translation Server 2003 also includes installation protocols and queries to generate three new translation clients – for the translation of files, text and URLs. For example, results of document translations can be returned direct to the user and displayed in a browser or in the body of an email.