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TEMIS and MarkLogic Strengthen Strategic Alliance

April 9, 2013

Big Data Goes Semantic: Enhanced Integration of Luxid(R) and MarkLogic(R) Enterprise NoSQL Database Delivers Powerful Information Applications

NEW YORK and LAS VEGAS, April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –

TEMIS [http://www.temis.com ], the leading provider of semantic content enrichment
solutions for the enterprise, and MarkLogic Corporation [http://www.marklogic.com ],
provider of the only enterprise NoSQL database, today announced they are extending their
partnership to deliver world-class content enrichment over unstructured Big Data. With
new, enhanced integration capabilities, TEMIS’ Luxid(R) and MarkLogic(R) Server can now
help organizations do more with their content.

MarkLogic(R) Server is the only enterprise NoSQL database designed for building
reliable, scalable and secure search, analytics and information applications quickly and
easily. The platform includes tools for fast application development, powerful analytics
and visualization widgets for greater insight, and the ability to create user-defined
functions for fast and flexible analysis of huge volumes of data.

TEMIS’ flagship Luxid(R) Content Enrichment Platform, recipient of the SIIA’s 2013
Codie Award for Best Semantic Technology Platform, is based on patented natural language
processing technology that recognizes and extracts relevant items of information hidden in
plain text, such as entities, relationships, topics and categories to enrich content with
domain-specific metadata. Luxid(R) helps organizations to efficiently structure their
unstructured information assets, to package and deliver targeted, relevant information to
their stakeholders, and to enable the analysis, discovery and sharing of actionable
insights to optimize their business.

“MarkLogic and TEMIS are recognized leaders in their fields”, said John Paty, Vice
President, Business Development & Strategic Partnerships, TEMIS. “Our seamless integration
makes them a powerful combination to structure, enrich and exploit unstructured data.”

“The world of data is fast-changing, and semantic enrichment technology like TEMIS’
Luxid(R) helps MarkLogic customers keep up with these changes”, said David Gorbet, Vice
President of Product Strategy, MarkLogic. “By enriching content with relevant facts,
organizations can deliver richer and more powerful information applications quickly, and
they can adapt to change with agility.”

TEMIS’ Luxid(R) and MarkLogic(R) Server count many joint customer implementations.
Their integration delivers seamless semantic enrichment of data stored in the enterprise
NoSQL database with the Luxid(R) domain-specific and multilingual annotation process. This
enables organizations to build powerful Big Data applications, combining content semantics
with real-time database agility to make massive volumes of unstructured content easier to

About MarkLogic Corporation

For more than a decade, MarkLogic has delivered a powerful and trusted next-generation
enterprise NoSQL database that enables organizations to turn all data into valuable and
actionable information. Organizations around the world rely on MarkLogic’s
enterprise-grade technology to make better decisions faster. MarkLogic is headquartered in
Silicon Valley with field offices in Washington D.C., New York, Austin, London, Frankfurt,
Utrecht, and Tokyo.



TEMIS helps organizations structure, manage and exploit their unstructured information
assets. Its flagship platform, Luxid(R), identifies and extracts targeted information to
semantically enrich content with domain-specific metadata. This helps organizations to
intelligently archive, manage, package, deliver, access and analyze increasing volumes of
information. Founded in 2000, TEMIS operates in the United States, Canada, UK, France and
Germany, and is represented worldwide through its network of certified partners.

TEMIS’ innovative solutions have attracted the business of leading organizations such
as AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science), Agence France-Presse, BASF,
Bayer Schering Pharma, BNA (Bureau of National Affairs), BNP Paribas, CARMA International,
Editions Lefebvre-Sarrut, Elsevier, EMC, Europol, French Ministry of Defence, French
Ministry of Finance, Gannett, Karger, Invest in France Agency, Merck Serono, Nature
Publishing Group, Novartis, Philip Morris International, PSA Peugeot-Citroen,
Sanofi-aventis, Simon & Schuster, Springer Science+Business Media, The McGraw-Hill
Companies, Thieme, Thomson Reuters, Trinity Mirror plc and the U.S. Department of




Source: PR Newswire