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IBM Unveils Translation Server Software.

IBM Corp. launched the IBM WebSphere Translation Server, designed to enable enterprises to provide Web pages, e-mail messages and chat conversations in multiple languages, in real-time, and to help remove language as a barrier to global communication and e-commerce. The WebSphere Translation Server is intended to allow for the creation and global distribution of Web content without the need for special Web pages or separate Web infrastructures. It also enables chats in multiple languages for both internal and external communications. The software supports bi-directional text translation between English and French, German, Spanish and Italian, as well as from English to Chinese (both simplified and traditional), Japanese and Korean. Also, as an integrated component of IBM's WebSphere and Lotus family, the Translation Server can help any size business increase its global reach with a limited investment.
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Publication:Customer Interaction Solutions
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Date:Mar 1, 2001
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