When I helped launch the Semantic Technology Conference and later the SemanticUniverse.com website, I also started watching the Semantic Technology Industry. In the time since that first SemTech Conference in 2005, I have watched the technologies and the surrounding community grow significantly. Along the way, the business of the Semantic Web has also grown up. […]
A little over a month ago, Dave McComb and I announced that we had sold the Semantic Technology Conference, as well as the SemanticUniverse.com web site, to WebMediaBrands. Lots of people sent congratulatory messages, which was gratifying and much appreciated. Thank you again to all of you who have wished us well. Of course people […]
Recently Franz Inc., the leading supplier of Graph Database technology for the Semantic Web, and IO Informatics, the leader in Semantic data integration and knowledge management for life sciences and healthcare, announced a strategic partnership that includes the integration of Franz's AllegroGraph RDFStore with the IO Informatics' Sentient software suite. The combination of these technologies creates a Semantic application framework that can be used to quickly develop highly specialized, large-scale applications that leverage the unmatched flexibility only possible with semantic data integration.
Peer39: Interview with Amiad Solomon
Founded in 2006 by an innovative group of scientists and engineers, Peer39 was voted by MIT’s Technology Review as one of the Top Ten Web Startups to Watch in 2008. Semantic Universe editor Tony Shaw recently spoke with Founder and CEO Amiad Solomon about the company’s innovations, the FTC and what we may expect in the future.
You’ll noitice that Semantic Universe looks different today than it did yesterday. That’s because we’ve moved to a new publishing template – one of the OpenPublish formats developed by OpenCalais and Phase 2 Technologies.