Solving Search Problems with Perfect Search.
Louisville, Ky. (PRWEB) October 26, 2009
The Beyond Search team at Arnold Information Technology is releasing a white paper titled "Solving Search Problems with Perfect Search." The study addresses how enterprise companies are struggling to search and organize huge amounts of data and how Perfect Search can help. Perfect Search, http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/, software uses semantic technology and allows clients to index and search massive data sets with near real-time incremental indexing at high speeds without latency.
The paper sets the stage by explaining that the world is awash in data stored in a wide variety of sources. Workers face a grim reality: huge amounts of data, limited access options, and uncontrollable costs related to information location. The answer is proposed in the form of the new Perfect Search Vortex system.
"Perfect Search delivers excellent content processing and query processing speed without the hardware imposing the often onerous server requirements needed to make certain data management systems usable," Stephen E. Arnold, president of Arnold Information Technology and Beyond Search team leader, said.
Keyword search has been the high-water mark in search and retrieval. But ambiguity can return so many results that the search is essentially useless. The solution indicated is a more organized "federated" search. Federating systems send queries to other systems to save time and bother of sending a query to multiple systems one at a time. Perfect Search and its Vortex system are taking federation one step further: Vortex processes content at high speed from multiple sources and creates a single, optimized index using very little hardware and low power consumption.
The paper outlines how Vortex processes huge volumes of data and indexes content, ideas and meaning to "spin" results that precisely match the user's information need. The system then "unwraps" the bundles of information and delivers a relevant, on-target information answer. Vortex runs so efficiently that one or two servers can do the work of six or eight servers in equivalent vendor systems.
Also included are explanations of Perfect Search's Vortex infrastructure, power consumption, latency, performance under pressure, and heavily customized functions. Detailed charts and graphics support the data.
The white paper is available at http://arnoldit.com/files/perfect-search-white-paper.pdf. This special report was commissioned by Perfect Search in August 2009 and is the work of the Beyond Search team: Jessica Bratcher, Donald Anderson, Anthony Safina, Stuart Schram IV, and Stephen E. Arnold. Profiles of Perfect Search technology programs are at http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/technology-benefits. To contact Perfect Search for more information about Vortex, please contact James Watanabe at James.Watanabe [at] perfectsearchcorp.com, http://perfectsearchcorp.com, or 1-801-696-7383.
About Perfect Search
Perfect Search is a software innovation company that specializes in development of search solutions. A total of eight patents have been applied for around the developing technology. The suite of search products at http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/our-products is available on multiple platforms, from small mobile devices, to single servers, to large server farms. Perfect Search is a recent winner of KMWorld's trendsetting products of 2009. For more information visit http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/, call +1.801.437.1100 or e-mail info (at) perfectsearchcorp.com.
About Beyond Search
Beyond Search Research is the research and marketing arm of Arnold Information Technology, a firm specializing in strategic advisory services. BSR provides technology and business analysis services to clients worldwide. The founder--Stephen E. Arnold--is the author of the first three editions of the Enterprise Report, three monographs about Google's technology, and Beyond Search, a monograph about next generation search technologies, published by the Gilbane Group in April 2008. He with co-author Martin White wrote Success Enterprise Search Management for Galatea Press in the United Kingdom in January 2009. The Beyond Search team publishes a Web log at http://www.arnoldit.com/wordpress, which contains news and information about search and content processing. Information about ArnoldIT.com is available at http://www.arnoldit.com.