Cambridge Semantics is looking for a Senior Java Engineer in Boston, MA. The post states, “Cambridge Semantics is seeking a highly skilled outstanding Java Engineer to work on the core of their semantic platform. The successful candidate will be a seasoned java professional with 5+ years of experience. This is an opportunity to join an extremely talented team pioneering Web 3.0 semantic technologies. Develop software components and products using Java/J2EE technologies. Server side Java application development experience. Knowledge of OSGI specification and containers. Experience with JMS and Web Services. Eclipse plugin development not a prerequisite, but an advantage.” Read more
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Cambridge, Mass. (PRWEB) February 18, 2014 — Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of Unified Information Access (UIA) solutions for enterprises, today announced it has partnered with ChemAxon to provide customers with advanced chemical search and visualization capabilities.
ChemAxon’s products and services focus on adding functionality and value to chemistry information and provides cheminformatics software platforms, applications and services to optimize the value of chemistry information in life science and other R&D. Based on semantic technology, Cambridge Semantics’ Anzo software addresses a variety of enterprise data management and end-user data consumption challenges in the pharma, financial and life science industries. Read more
Cambridge Semantics Partners with Basis Technology to Mine Valuable Business Data in Multiple Languages
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) February 03, 2014–Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of Unified Information Access (UIA) solutions for enterprises, today announced it has incorporated the Rosette® platform from Basis Technology to provide its global customers with multilingual entity extraction in 16 languages, with more to come.
Rosette enables cross-lingual name matching and entity extraction — such as people, places and organizations — to provide a more robust framework for establishing the importance of content, and the relationship between disparate pieces of data. Read more
Sem Tech Solution For Materials Design And Development Wins Small Business Innovation Research Grant
A Small Business Innovation Research grant, sponsored by the U.S. Air Force through the Office of the Secretary of Defense, has gone to a semantic technology solution for materials design and development. The project is aligned with the Materials Genome Initiative that’s targeted to accelerate the pace of discovery and deployment of advanced material systems.
“This will help to showcase the semantic web technologies and methodologies in a large and meaningful domain and application area,” says Sam Chance, Innovation Evangelist and Special Programs Lead at iNovex Information Systems, which is the principal investigator and technical agent for development and integration for the project that will leverage W3C semantic standards. The project also includes as team members the University of Queensland, Penn State University, SRI International’s Materials Laboratory, and with Cambridge Semantics for access to its semantic tools to be bootstrapped onto the solution.
The University of Queensland brings to the effort a high-level domain ontology to represent structured knowledge about materials, their structure and properties and the processing steps involved in their composition and engineering, as well as certain case studies and data sources around jet fuels for hypersonic flight that are considered part of the materials design domain. The group at Penn State has been involved with the Materials Genome Initiative and also brings to the work particular case studies and data sources, this time for materials with nickel alloy as the base system. SRI has case studies and data sources for turbine blade coating.
Cambridge Semantics is looking for a Software Client Services Engineer in Boston, MA. The post states, “Cambridge Semantics is a leading Semantic Web (Web 3.0) technology company, seeking Software Client Services Engineers with 0-4 years of experience. Our Software Client Services Engineers help apply our Anzo software suite for specific customer challenges. We’re looking for smart self-starters with strong analytical and problem-solving skills who enjoy picking up new technologies, thrive on independence, and are motivated by the prospect of finding an excellent solution to a tough problem.” Read more
Boston, Ma (PRWEB) May 15, 2013 — Cambridge Semantics has announced that the Anzo Pharma Competitive Intelligence Solution has won the 2013 SIIA CODiE Award in the highly competitive category of Best Business Intelligence/Analytics Solution. As the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, the SIIA named Cambridge Semantics one of just 27 CODiE Award software category winners. Read more
Cambridge Semantics is looking for a Senior Java Engineer in Boston, MA. According to the post, “Cambridge Semantics is seeking a highly skilled outstanding Java Engineer to work on the core of their semantic platform. The successful candidate will be a seasoned java professional with 5+ years of experience. This is an opportunity to join an extremely talented team pioneering Web 3.0 semantic technologies… Cambridge Semantics Inc. is an industry-leading semantic information management company. Semantic technology is revolutionizing data collaboration & content management within the enterprise and on the Web and is one of the most exciting technological innovations since the advent of the Internet. We are a high-energy, high-tech company that is experiencing rapid growth. Our team comprises some of the world’s leading experts in Semantic Web technology.” Read more
Cambridge Semantics [a company we have covered numerous times] has been named one of KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management. The 13th annual list was compiled by knowledge management practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, users and colleagues and recognizes the companies that have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to helping bolster an organization’s collective intelligence. To view the full list visit http://www.kmworld.com.
KMWorld Editor-in-Chief, Hugh McKellar noted, “This year’s KMWorld 100 represents the organizations in the knowledge management industry that have either helped to create, redefine or enhance a market. Each has demonstrated both velocity of innovation and the agility to serve their customers, directly impacting business outcomes.” Read more
Semantic Tech: It’s Moving Mainstream, Playing To The Data-Is-An-Asset Crowd, And Living Life Out Loud
At the recent SemTech conference in NYC, The Semantic Web Blog had an opportunity to ask some leaders in the field about where semantic technology has been, and where it’s going.
David Wood, CTO, 3RoundStones:
The short take: Hiring has been on in a big way at semantic tech players as enterprises are moving in greater numbers to buy semantic software, recognizing their traditional vendors won’t solve their interoperability issues. Sem tech vendors should have a happy 2013 as semantics continues going mainstream.
The full take:
According to a new release out of the company, “Cambridge Semantics [yesterday] announced that Board Member Chuck Pieper has accepted the role of Chairman and CEO at the company. Mr. Pieper brings over 30 years of operating experience and relevant industry experience to his new role, having previously served as President and CEO of seven GE businesses and Vice Chairman of the Alternative Investment business at Credit Suisse’s Asset Management division.” Read more
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