Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Ontotext Media & Publishing delivers semantic publishing solutions to the world’s largest media and publishing companies including automated content delivery, enrichment, data management, content and user analytics, and natural language processing.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
The Self Service Semantic Suite (S4) provides a complete set of tools that developers can use to build text mining and semantic applications. Fully hosted, low cost and on demand, S4 includes proven text mining technology, Linked Open Data for enrichment, the world’s most powerful RDF triplestore (GraphDB™) and a set of tools for developers to build and deploy cloud-based semantic applications.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Today, Ontotext released GraphDB™ 6.0 including enhancements to the high availability enterprise replication cluster, faster loading speeds, higher update rates and connectors for Lucene, SOLR and Elasticsearch. GraphDB™ 6.0 is the next major release of OWLIM – the triplestore known for its outstanding support for OWL 2 and SPARQL 1.1 that already powers some of the most impressive RDF database showcases.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
One Million by One Million, a technology blog focusing on leaderships and trends in technology, spoke with Atanas Kiryakov for their “Thought Leaders in Big Data Series.” The multi-part interview covers Ontotext’s early years as well as were semantic technology is going.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Ontotext has been invited to present at the Linked Data in Business meetup in Malmö, Sweden on 21 Aug 2014. We’ll talk about Semantic Technologies for Cultural Heritage, covering the relevance of sem-tech in the GLAM domain, the Cultural Heritage LOD datasets that Ontotext helped to create, and our project experience in the domain. Vladimir Alexiev of Ontotext will deliver a presentation on, Linked Data and Semantic Technologies for Culture Heritage in Malmö, Sweden.
Monday, May 26, 2014
Ontotext to participate in keynote and other sessions at the Extended Semantic Web Conference
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Ontotext parnter LMI, showcasing its OpenPolicy™ tool, won the most innovative technology award in the government category at Destination Innovation 2014. The event and award was the culmination of a months-long competition sponsored by the Northern Virginia Technology Council and The Washington Post. OpenPolicy is LMI’s solution to a growing problem—massive amounts of data and knowledge locked away within countless pages of unstructured written prose.