Exalead, software house fornitrice globale di soluzioni per l'accesso alle informazioni, compare anche quest'anno nella classifica dei 100 principali leader ed innovatori nel settore dei contenuti digitali stilata dalla rivista americana EContent 100.
Exalead, fornitore globale di soluzioni per l'accesso alle informazioni, annuncia di essere il primo vendor nell'ambito dell'Information Access ad essere stato inserito nel programma "Business Information and Intelligence" creato da HP per i partner.
"2008 has been a big year for Exalead -- we signed more than 50 new customers, released our CloudView product family and expanded our North American operations," said Paul Doscher, CEO of Exalead. "Our inclusion in the EContent 100 underscores our achievements in 2008 and is indicative of not only our technology's innovation but also our company's global traction."
Eccellente nella precisione delle risposte. A differenza di Google, Exalead ha molte funzioni. I risultati mostrano automaticamente le anteprime dei siti, una funzione disattivabile attraverso un semplice clic. Ma perché farne a meno? Un riquadro sulla destra dei risultati ci permette di "affinare la ricerca". Le opzioni che abbiamo a disposizione sono tantissime.
TERMINALFOUR just finished up their t44u Global User Conference last week and it sounds like it was a good one. They not only demonstrated the latest version of their Web CMS - Site Manager 6.2, they also announced the creation of a Partner and User Extranet powered by that new version.
Relatively quiet with the news lately, TerminalFour has just made a big announcement related to their Web Content Management System. A new partnership with Exalead, provider of Enterprise Search solutions, will see TerminalFour's Web CMS include the enterprise search capabilities of Exalead's Cloudview solution.
Exalead's CloudView product line will be made available alongside TERMINALFOUR's Site Manager to help businesses manage their web, intranet, and extranet content and provide an enterprise search facility. Exalead's CloudView product line is an enterprise platform designed specifically to overcome search requirements and consumer facing web sites.
Exalead, the Paris-based global leader of search software for business and the web whose client base includes 'leading companies such as the Scottish Government,' together with the Dublin-based Terminalfour, Europe's fastest growing content management company, [...] announced a new strategic partnership which reflects both companies' commitment to development and expansion and will also allow both companies to drive new growth opportunities.
Piero Tintori, CEO and founder of TERMINALFOUR, said, "Exalead proved to be a perfect addition to the TERMINALFOUR community. Like TERMINALFOUR, they understand the importance of aligning their customers' IT requirements with their business needs. With search being crucial to so many companies today, Exalead's best of breed search capabilities will play a vital role in securing new customers for TERMINALFOUR as we continue to gain market share throughout Europe, the US and the middle-east."
Content management firm TerminalFour has signed a deal with Exalead, a search software provider. Exalead's CloudView product line will be made available alongside TerminalFour's Site Manager to help businesses manage their web, intranet and extranet content and provide an enterprise search facility. Financial details of the agreement were not disclosed.
Exalead ha dimostrato la sua estrema credibilità nel saper gestire volumi di traffico importanti, processando agevolmente 800 query al secondo nel caso di uno dei suoi clienti che ha indicizzato online oltre 15 milioni di documenti.
The new brand, CloudView, is about giving enterprise users access to the cloud of data around them, whether on their own machine, on company servers or on the Internet, allowing external data to be incorporated into searches. There's no cloud computing involved, though: the company's intention is to have everything running on its customers' servers.
"Avevamo già un motore di ricerca ma quando si è presentata l'occasione di sostituirlo con Exalead non abbiamo avuto dubbi: le caratteristiche esclusive di questa tecnologia ci avrebbero permesso di mostrare quell'attenzione verso l'utente che una nuova comunicazione di pubblica utilità dovrebbe mostrare: un servizio incentrato sul cittadino infatti consente di risparmiare tempo, interrogare tutte le fonti disponibili, per una perfetta trasparenza ed una perfetta informazione" commenta Raffaella Segantin, Responsabile del COM-PA.
Exalead, software house per lo sviluppo di soluzioni d'accesso alle informazioni aziendali, ha annunciato l'ingresso di Rosagrazia Bombini in qualità di Managing Director di Exalead Italia.
Per le organizzazioni pubbliche, e in particolare i ministeri, l'implementazione dei servizi attraverso i loro portali è passata attraverso la soluzione Enterprise di Exalead, un software che migliora l'accesso alle risorse informative attraverso un'indicizzazione molto sofisticata di database e informazioni non strutturate da un unico punto d'accesso.
[...]"In my investigation of search company technology, I learned that Exalead's ability to scale is comparable to Google's. As Mr. Muncaster noted, the forthcoming version of the Exalead softwarecalled CloudViewwill put Exalead squarely in the business intelligence sector of the content processing market."
[...]"The flagships in search and content processing remain Autonomy (more of a diversified services vendor) and Exalead (a real challenger to the GOOG in engineering) dominate the European scene."
[...]"We are building our new platform from the ground up so that it will also offer our partners, such as systems integrators and value added resellers, the ability to build out high end solutions to their customers," says Francois Bourdoncle, Exalead co-founder. "Our key objective is to allow developers to extend the reach of business applications to unstructured content.[...]"
Exalead has introduced the CloudView family of products, which is slated for availability beginning in Q4 2008. The solutions have evolved from the Exalead one:enterprise line with a new architecture designed to better adapt to the scaling requirements of today's enterprise.
Exalead CloudView product line will offer: a fully distributed architecture with centralized administration, business level tuning and management of the search experience, ability to extend Business Intelligence applications to textual search, and a WYSIWYG configuration of indexing and search workflows.
Exalead, a global leader of information access software for business and the web, today announced the industry's most flexible and scalable enterprise platform designed specifically to overcome the new challenges facing the evolving complex search requirements of enterprises and high traffic consumer facing web sites.
[...]Exalead offers a good Web, Intra- and desktop search with good content analysis features. Exalead also offers a web seach under exalead.de.
[...]Born out of Quaero, exalead does not find as many results as Google does, but it offer feature richness such as preview pictures in the results list.
[...]Exalead offers graphical and listed search results in a very comfortable interface.
[...]Although exlead does not search through as many sites as google, the result listing is more comfortable and features page previews.
Exalead Founder François Bourdoncle (www.exalead.de) has not given up hope yet to close on to Google one day. "There are 300 people workin in R&D at Google, we have 50. But the difference is not as big as you could imagine."
[...]One of them, Exalead, which specializes in business search engine technology, is one of the few French-born technology companies to compete with Google on any level, and is one of the Quaero project leaders.
The government's Improvement and Development Agency (IDeA) has integrated Exalead's online search functionality into its agency-wide IT platform to streamline staff search functions.
Stephen Arnold: "I count Exalead as one among four vendors that are candidates to replace an incumbent system. Furthermore, I identified Exalead as an "up and comer," a designation that means a company has strong growth and exceptional technology. My analyses show that Exalead is "a next-generation system," and it warrants a long, hard look by an organization wanting to deliver robust search and retrieval, content processing, and low-latency performance to a single user or tens of thousands of users."
Kevin Kramer, vice president of OEM sales at Exalead, said the Exalead migration program is designed to take risk off the table for companies considering a switch. Kramer said he has no doubt Microsoft's ownership will impact FAST's feature road map to be more in sync with Microsoft's strategy. "And those moves may not align well with what an OEM customer wants," he said.
"Accelerate With Exalead is designed to help ease those uncertainties by providing organizations with a compelling, risk-free alternative to migrate to a high-performance, scalable enterprise search platform.", said Kevin Kramer, vice president of OEM, Exalead.
"Integrating the Exalead platform into M+Archive directly benefits enterprise-level organizations by resulting in a dramatic reduction of the cost and time traditionally associated with eDiscovery requests," said François Bourdoncle, co-founder of Exalead.
Raymond Bentinck: "[...]We also developped a whole new language, which means we can put the technology in very quickly, and a large proportion of our customers don't need professional services from us."
IDC analyst Sue Feldman said search can be "endlessly useful" in the enterprise[...]. She said companies like FAST and competitors such as Autonomy and Exalead are addressing the need of enterprise customers to access transactional, sales, Web and documents in a unified way.
Fast Search's rivals in the market for specialized enterprise search tools include Google, with its Search Appliance; French search company Exalead, and Autonomy, which recently acquired Meridio and Zantaz.
[...]They and a handful of other visionary vendors like Endeca and Exalead have begun offering a sort of "BI lite" that increases the ease of entry and access to data stores. In doing so, they helped to precipitate a flurry of acquisitions over the last year as BI and data-based companies hastened to catch up.
Raymond Bentinck: "We realised that enterprise search is currently too complex, expensive and hard to deploy.[...] Exalead's products are designed to be used by business managers rather than search specialists."