Friday Roundup | Aug 14, 2020

An end-of-the-week recap of localization industry news you may have missed

Eurotranslate moves offices

Eurotranslate has moved to a new office space. The new address is still in Zemun, Belgrade, at Glavna 26.

Squadle adds Spanish translation to its digital food safety applications

Digital food safety company Squadle creates apps that enable multi-unit operators, convenience stores, and retailers to streamline food safety in the United States. It just added Spanish translation as part of a series of upgrade to its systems. Along with upgrades to dashboards, manager reporting software, a ZeroTouch food monitor, and a COVID-19 safety procedure checklist, the addition of Spanish-English translation should help restaurants deliver a safer dining experience.

AI translation market report gets global treatment

A report on the global AI translation market has been released by BisReports. Information on the report just came out in French, but the report is offered in English. The report analyzes big players such as SoundAI, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Alibaba, NetEase, Souhu, Tencent, and ByteDance.

InterpretCloud launches

InterpretCloud is a remote simultaneous interpreting solution that can connect with any meeting platform to support multilingual events, meetings and conferences anywhere — any size and in any language.

SDL launches SDL Trados Studio 2021 and SDL Trados Live

SDL (LSE: SDL) announced the launch of SDL Trados Studio 2021, a hybrid translation solution offering flexibility for busy translators and project managers. SDL Trados Studio 2021 comes with new features and functionality, including:

SDL Trados Live. Powered by SDL Language Cloud, this new translation productivity cloud works with SDL Trados Studio to bring users an online translation editor, coupled with a web-based project management and revision experience.

SDL Trados Live Mobile App. Available to download for free from the Google Play and the Apple App Store, the SDL Trados Live app gives users the added flexibility of being able to manage translation projects from anywhere.

Subscription-based licensing. Following in the footsteps of many other software packages, from Microsoft Office to Adobe, SDL is offering an annual subscription to SDL Trados Studio 2021 for both the Professional and Freelance editions.

Improved productivity. For users with a focus on desktop, the SDL Trados Studio 2021 desktop app includes a number of productivity-enhancing features. The translation memory (TM) engine has been enhanced to deliver better results, and quality assurance (QA) checks are also improved due to new intelligent TM technology.

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