Category Archives: translation delivery networks

Reaching A Global Audience On A Startup Budget

This article outlines some inexpensive and straightforward things you can do to make your company and products accessible to a multilingual audience. This used to be a difficult and expensive undertaking, but thanks to a plethora of new translation services … Continue reading

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TAUS Technology Showcase : Smartling

Jack Welde, CEO of Smartling is here in Seattle to demo and discuss their translation delivery network and localization management system for software developers. The holy grail of translation for buyers is high quality, fast and affordable translation. Jack describes … Continue reading

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Amara : Crowd Subtitling and Translation For Video

Amara (formerly Universal Subtitles) is an innovative service that enables users to create and edit subtitles and translations for web videos. Instead of hiring a captioning and subtitling agency to do this work, content producers that have active user communities, … Continue reading

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Explainer: Translation Delivery Networks

Translation delivery networks (TDNs) are a new and powerful way to launch multilingual websites. These services work by intercepting webpages as they are served to visitors, and “redraw” the pages by replacing the source texts with translations, all while preserving … Continue reading

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GTranslate ( is a translation delivery network that combines machine, crowd and professional translation, and can be used to translate any website. It is similar in design to Smartling and Dakwak, where the customer maps a subdomain (e.g. to … Continue reading

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Smartling is one of the translation industry’s fastest growing and most innovative technology companies. Based in Manhattan’s Chelsea district, Smartling offers a completely turnkey and easy to use translation service for websites. They operate what is known as a translation … Continue reading

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