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SDL Unveils TM Crowdsharing Technology with SDL TM Server 2009

SDL plc


Tuesday, 27 October, 2009

SDL Maidenhead, UK (October 27th, 2009) – SDL, the leading provider of Global Information Management (GIM) solutions is pleased to announce the release of its enterprise platform SDL TM Server™ 2009, the powerful new translation memory-sharing technology that provides a scalable, performance-driven, innovative and flexible solution for customers wishing to share translation memory assets. The announcement also coincides with the release of SDL Trados® Studio 2009 Service Pack 1.

Designed specifically with the translation supply chain in mind, SDL TM Server 2009 gives organizations the ability to start experiencing the benefits of TM crowdsharing technology by providing the power to access central translation memories from anywhere in the globe. By sharing and managing translation assets throughout the translation community, corporations are able to significantly accelerate the creation of translation assets, dramatically increase leverage and ultimately substantially reduce the cost of translations.

SDL TM Server 2009 is built on the SDL Common Enterprise Application Framework™ (SDL CEAF™), the platform architecture for managing language assets across the enterprise.

Benefits of this scalable enterprise architecture for SDL TM Server 2009 include:

• Unparalleled power and processing speed
• Increased translation efficiency and enhanced productivity
• Maximum leverage of translation assets through a customizable translation environment

At the same time comes the release of SDL Trados Studio 2009 Service Pack 1. The latest service pack release continues its focus on performance, stability and usability and has more than 100 quality enhancements over the previous version.

"SDL Trados Studio 2009 represents a tremendous leap forward in translation technology, significantly increasing productivity. This is the result of the combined new features: the side-by-side editing view, AutoSuggest™, the displaying of all the terms from the termbases simultaneously and the professional use of SDL’s automated translation server as a time-saving technique," said Astrid Elke Johnson of AEJohnson Translation Services. "If you have been weighing up the advantages and disadvantages of using SDL Trados Studio 2009, now is the time with the new SP1 release!"

To find out more about TM crowdsharing and SDL Trados Server 2009 please go to: http://www.sdl.com/en/sites/sdl-trados-solutions/server-products/

To find out more about SDL Trados Studio SP1 please go to: http://www.sdl.com/en/sites/sdl-trados-solutions/desktop-products/sdl-trados/sp1.asp

With over 170, 000 software licenses worldwide, SDL Trados is the most popular translation software worldwide and forms the basis of the Enterprise GIM technology platform that the entire translation supply chain connects to.

About SDL

SDL is the leader in Global Information Management (GIM) solutions that empower organizations to accelerate the delivery of high-quality multilingual content to global markets. Its enterprise software and services integrate with existing business systems to manage the delivery of global information from authoring to publication and throughout the distributed translation supply chain.

Global industry leaders rely on SDL to provide enterprise software or hosted services for their GIM processes, including ABN-Amro, Best Western, Bosch, Canon, Chrysler, CNH, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Philips, SAP, Sony, Sun Microsystems and Virgin Atlantic.

SDL has implemented more than 500 enterprise GIM solutions, has deployed over 170,000 software licenses across the GIM ecosystem and provides access to on-demand translation portals for 10 million customers per month. Over 1,000 service professionals deliver consulting, implementation and language services through its global infrastructure of more than 50 offices in 32 countries. For more information, visit www.sdl.com

Amy Hall (SDL)
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ASIA - Richard Delanty (SDL )
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