Smartlogic Announce the Release of Their Open Semantic Platform That Adds Semantic Abilities to Apache SOLR for Better Information Management

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The latest release of Smartlogic’s semantic platform, Semaphore 3.2, is now available, delivering advanced semantic search and information management capabilities when integrated with the Google Search Appliance, Sharepoint 2007, FAST ESP and, new with this release, Apache SOLR.

Smartlogic have announced the latest release of their flagship semantic platform, Semaphore 3.2. Smartlogic customers can now apply for the new release under terms of their annual subscription or maintenance and support service.

Semaphore 3.2 sees significant improvements in its faceted search and navigation features for the Google Search Appliance, tighter integration with Sharepoint, new support for Apache SOLR - or any other third party search engine or information management system.

Semaphore 3.2 has been through extensive beta testing and is now ready for general availability. Features of the latest release include:

    ·    Faster building of taxonomies by finding interesting terms within documents with the Semaphore Text Miner.

    ·    Tighter integration with Sharepoint that adds quality metadata terms to Sharepoint content.

    ·    An exceptional user experience using faceted search and extended navigation features for the Google Search Appliance.

To arrange for a demonstration of Semaphore’s semantic platform and information management capabilities, or for further information please contact support(at)smartlogic(dot)com or call UK +44 (0)203 176 4500/US +1 952 912 9083 quoting 'Semaphore_Release 3.2'. You can find out more by visiting the smartlogic website at

About Smartlogic –

Smartlogic are the producers of Semaphore, an open semantic platform that adds advanced content classification capabilities to information management systems in order to provide the most compelling semantic applications for search, content management and business process automation.

Adopting a semantic approach to information management improves the accuracy and efficacy of information intensive tasks such as applying metadata and finding information, as well as enabling content integration across disparate sources. This combination delivers the highest return on an organisations information assets.

Media companies use Semaphore to improve the quality of their information feeds, boosting distribution, readership & subscriptions

Government authorities use Semaphore to tag information according to their standards, for compliance, intelligence processing & citizen self-service

Healthcare companies use Semaphore to boost the level of self-service and improve the quality of critical health information they provide to patients

Investment banks use Semaphore to consolidate their information costs, better promote their primary research and automate information compliance.

Online directories use Semaphore to increase their advertising revenues

Corporate intranets & websites use Semaphore to boost their use and maximise their return on information assets.

Information managers use Semaphore to manage their taxonomies and ontologies, classification schemes and records retention policies.


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