TopQuadrant Software Imports Email MetaData into Semantic Applications

MAR 26, 2008 4:07am ET
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March 17, 2008 - TopQuadrant announced that TopBraid Composer and TopBraid Live now include a Semantic email importer.

 

This technology enables organizations to develop Semantic applications that combine email metadata with other data sources, which can be searched and analyzed. This allows organizations to answer business questions using a combination of data from email, relational databases, spreadsheets, XML, UML, RSS/Atom and Semantic data imported from GRDDL, RDFa, RDF triple stores and SPARQL endpoints.

 

“We are committed to moving the market toward ultimate information integration,” said Holger Knublauch, vice president, product development, TopQuadrant.

 

The Semantic email importer feature is available as part of TopBraid Composer Maestro Edition and TopBraid Live. Both are part of the TopBraid Suite of integrated semantic technology products. TopBraid Suite includes TopBraid Composer, an ontology modeling and development tool. All components of the TopBraid Suite work within an evolving, open architecture platform built specifically to implement W3C semantic web standards. 

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