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RWS acquisitions

RWS Holdings plc, a provider of language and intellectual property support services, has announced the acquisition of Iconic Translation Machines, Ltd., a language technology software company, and (India) Private Limited, a provider of telephone voice and data communications services.

Past news for RWS Moravia and Iconic Translation Machines Ltd.

RWS Moravia opens new Brno office

RWS Moravia, a global leader in language services, has announced the opening of its newest, and soon-to-be only, office in Brno, Czech Republic, home of the company's global headquarters.

RWS Moravia partners with Memsource

RWS Moravia, a global leader in language services, has formed a strategic partnership with Memsource, a developer of cloud translation software, to capitalize on Memsource’s patented artificial intelligence features, including a machine translation quality estimation feature.

Moravia rebrands

The Moravia IT Group has rebranded per its acquisition by RWS, a provider of intellectual property support services. RWS Moravia will continue to operate as an autonomous division of RWS.

XTM releases XTM Cloud 12.4

XTM International, developers of a translation management system and computer-aided tool, has released XTM Cloud 12.4. The new release is called "Powerful Simplicity" and includes Computer Aided Review (CAR) technology, AI-based Vector Space and AI-driven Bilingual Terminology Extraction. There is also a new integration with Iconic MT, enhanced continuous delivery and intelligent processing of DITA and Excel files.

New hires at Iconic

Iconic Translation Machines Ltd., a language technology software company, has hired Martin Brehhov and Alex Waller as software engineers, and Chao-Hong Liu as a machine translation scientist.

Iconic’s consortium awarded contract by EU

Iconic Translation Machines Ltd., a language technology software company, is part of a consortium that has been awarded funding by the European Commission under the recent Connecting Europe Facility call. Iconic will lead machine translation development in the PRINCIPLE project (Providing Resources in Irish, Norwegian, Croatian and Icelandic for the Purposes of Language Engineering).

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