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Sunday, April 26, 2015


Across Language Server v5

Richard Sikes

There is no doubt that Across has put a lot of brainpower into architecting its flagship Language Server product line, and, concurrent with the newly released v5, the company employed "Enterprise Language Intelligence" as their launch headline. This was an interesting new positioning statement because it differentiated the Language Server from its peers in several ways. Let's dissect the statement by examining the three words individually. The first word in the moniker is Enterprise. When one thinks of enterprises, one definitely thinks large scale or, at the very least, scalability. This places the Language Server in a category ...

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October/November, 2009