December 10, 2007
NEW YORK, Dec. 5 -- Exalead, a global provider of search software for business and the Web, today announced the availability of exalead one:enterprise 4.6, a newly updated version of its flagship enterprise search software product.
The release of exalead one:enterprise 4.6 offers several new enhancements that are designed to help organizations easily configure and customize business applications, including hybrid vertical search applications. In addition, exalead one:enterprise 4.6 offers new connectors for enterprise databases and a unique developer toolkit designed to easily structure unstructured data. All features and enhancements are built into exalead one:enterprise at its three core levels -- user, infrastructure and data source -- to allow for organic growth in support of organizations' search and retrieval needs.
"We see continued demand for an increasingly modular, infrastructure-level enterprise search solution that can be easily customized for a wide range of applications," said Francois Bourdoncle, co-founder and chief executive officer of Exalead. "With this interim release of exalead one:enterprise, we have addressed these requirements for our partners and customers, building upon our promise of unified information access, with easy-to-use, sophisticated features."
Extraction Toolkit to Easily Structure Web Pages
Also included in exalead one:enterprise 4.6 is a unique HTML extraction toolkit, which is designed to take advantage of the structural indicators that are already built-in to HTML pages. The new toolkit is valuable for building vertical search applications, including business intelligence, competitive intelligence, directory, product search and human resources applications, among others, as it allows organizations to easily add structure to unstructured data both inside and outside of the firewall.
Increased Flexibility and Customization for IT Managers and Partners
Exalead has added a variety of new features that will appeal to IT managers and OEM partners, including several new APIs. As a result, exalead one:enterprise can serve as a flexible platform for white box solutions. Included in this latest release are:
As part of Exalead's goal to continuously enhance the connectivity of exalead one:search, the foundation for all of Exalead's enterprise search solutions, the company also released new and updated connectors with the release of exalead one:enterprise 4.6.
Included is a new enterprise connector for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, allowing Microsoft users to enjoy extremely high scalability -- up to several billion documents -- the ability to index multimedia files, enriched query processing and Exalead's Search by Serendipity experience. Exalead's search platform is designed to support 64-bit architectures and to easily leverage the power of grid computing to literally scale out and up, while preserving the simplicity and ease-of-use of the SharePoint Server 2007 infrastructure.
In addition, Exalead is offering a new EMC Documentum E-Room connector and an enhanced connector for EMC Documentum Content Server, offering better management, performance and integration.
For more information about Exalead's enterprise search product portfolio, visit http://corporate.exalead.com.
Founded in 2000 by search-engine pioneers, Exalead is a global provider of search software for business and the Web. Based on the first and only unified search technology platform for desktop, intranet or Web search, Exalead's products provide users with a single access point to information, regardless of format or location. Its patented Search by Serendipity navigation system adapts to user habits for a less frustrating and uniquely satisfying search experience. The exalead one:search line of software products -- designed for desktop, workgroup, enterprise, datacenter and Web environments -- are in use by leading banking and financial services, media, consumer packaged goods, research, retailing and telecommunications companies around the world. Exalead is an operating unit of Qualis, an international holding company, with offices in Paris, New York, San Francisco, London, Milan and Munich.
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