Tilde launches new cloud services for automated translation
Riga — European language technology company Tilde is launching a new set of cloud services for automated translation at the world’s largest localization conference, Localization World, in Vancouver, Canada, on October 29-31. To meet the translation needs of global customers, Tilde has integrated intelligent machine translation, next generation terminology services, and a huge library of multilingual data into a single online platform.
Users can now select from several Ready-to-Use MT systems for multiple domains and language pairs, or build their own MT system using Tilde’s online facilities. For organizations with specialized requirements, Tilde offers to develop Custom MT systems, tailored to a customer’s needs, customized with user data, and securely integrated into their platforms.
Tilde CEO Andrejs Vasiļjevs: “We are proud to provide a new breed of online services that unleash the power of the cloud for diverse translation needs. Our new services aim to satisfy the growing need for high quality automated translation, customized to specific requirements.”
Tilde MT also includes novel tools that will revolutionize terminology work, overcoming one of the major weaknesses of MT: poor translation quality for terminology. Tilde Terminology services can automatically identify terms in documents, look up relevant translation candidates, and create terminology glossaries. The addition of glossaries to MT systems can boost translation quality by more than 25%.
In addition to terminology services, Tilde MT also features a multilingual data library, one of the world’s largest MT data repositories. The data library includes 4 million terms and 2.5 billion parallel sentences in more than 125 languages. These rich resources can be used in custom solutions to boost human and machine translation capabilities.
The technology powering Tilde MT was developed by Tilde in cooperation with language researchers from the world’s leading universities, including the University of Edinburgh, University of Copenhagen, Sheffield University, and Uppsala University.
Tilde is a language technology company based in the Baltic states. To enable languages in the digital age, Tilde develops machine translation systems, online terminology services, mobile translation apps, and proofing tools. The company currently has over 130 employees at offices in Riga, Tallinn, and Vilnius.
For more information on Tilde MT services, please visit www.tilde.com/mt.
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