The newest version of the Unity™ eDiscovery processing platform offers significant features to our customers. We have completely enhanced our Unicode support to handle all languages and encoding
Kansas City (PRWEB) October 5, 2009
Iris Data Services, a leading provider of eDiscovery solutions, announced today the release of the Unity™ 2.x eDiscovery processing platform. In addition to eDiscovery, Iris Data Services provides various litigation support solutions including tape restoration, computer forensics, and Unify™ online document review.
"The newest version of the Unity™ eDiscovery processing platform offers significant features to our customers. We have completely enhanced our Unicode support to handle all languages and encoding," said Joseph Ziegler, Iris' Director of Technical Services. "We have also significantly improved the technologies that index metadata."
"Unity™ cannot only display and process in more than 150 different languages, including Chinese Japanese and Korean, it can automatically detect the language of origin and index the document accordingly, allowing for more efficient searching and more effective assigning of documents," said Ziegler. "Iris is capable of processing languages in several Unicode formats in addition to non-Unicode single and double-byte formats. And our intelligent searching processes are capable of adjusting terms to be run over left to right, right to left, and other language-specific syntax."
Iris' proprietary eDiscovery processing platform, Unity™, was developed to take advantage of today's technological breakthroughs in virtualization and global software development. It runs on virtual servers tied to individual microprocessor cores which work in tandem to give Iris unprecedented scalability and speed. Iris' virtual-machines process divide work amongst each of its units, then collect the product from each and organize it into its proper order.
Unity™ combines best-of-breed technology and captures the full text plus more than 100 types of metadata from email, attachments and loose electronic documents in over 150 different languages. Unity™ is capable of processing almost any type of file, recognizes image files (such as PDF, TIF and JPG) without text for OCR, parses any type of embedded object, and maintains multiple level document hierarchies to ensure the most accurate data extraction possible.
About Joseph Ziegler
Joseph Ziegler is the Director of Technical Services for Iris Data Services and Managing Partner for Iris Data Services Pty Ltd Australia. He has been developing technology for electronic discovery and litigation support for over six years, and has 15 years of enterprise software development experience. Ziegler holds a Bachelor of Computer Science from Texas A&M University, a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Texas, and is a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia.
Iris Data Services is a leading supplier of electronic discovery solutions including tape restoration, computer forensics, eDiscovery, and online review. Lead by recognized industry experts in electronic discovery, Iris streamlines the eDiscovery process for corporate legal departments and law firms. Iris' revolutionary review platform, Unify™, makes document review more efficient for legal teams and less costly for their clients. Iris' experts, software, and technology have combined to make it one of the fastest growing companies in the industry. Iris is headquartered in Kansas City and maintains offices throughout the United States, Australia and Asia. For more information about Iris, please visit http://www.irisds.com.
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