SemanticV Releases Live Website and Demos

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SemanticV proudly announces the release of their live website. After 6 months in private beta, receiving valuable contributor feedback, SemanticV has released its website into a full access environment. Visitors to the site can test drive SemanticV's premiere technology Stingray - software that is capable of dynamically extracting related concepts from document sets.

SemanticV proudly announces the release of their live website. After 6 months in private beta -- and receiving valuable contributor feedback -- SemanticV has released its website into a full access environment. Visitors to the site can test drive SemanticV's premiere technology Stingray -- software that is capable of dynamically extracting related concepts from document sets. The site demos allow users to navigate the Enron email archive, a movie scripts database, and the King James Bible using concepts specific to those document sets -- concepts automatically extracted using SemanticV's Stingray technology.

Stingray is the core technology powering SemanticV products. By extracting concepts from large amounts of information, Stingray is able to produce semantic markup for document sets. Concepts are discovered dynamically, based on the information being analyzed - no prior knowledge about the data is required. Users are empowered to find meaning in their large information sets, making Stingray an innovation in Web 3.0 technologies.

SemanticV is a proud sponsor of the 2009 Semantic Technology Conference in San Jose from June 14-18. Come by and visit our booth at the conference for more information about our company and products.

About SemanticV:
SemanticV is a semantic technology company focusing on automated algorithms to help customers manage their data. Companies that work with large amounts of data leverage Stingray to reduce the difficulty of information management and increase the accuracy of information analysis. Whether eDiscovery or data intelligence, SemanticV provides a wide array of solutions to extract semantic information from customer data, automating navigation and discovery.

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