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  • Capture the Power of Instant Translation Microsoft Translator Hub is an extension of the Microsoft Translator service, fully integrated into the Translator API and the Collaborative Translation Framework. The Hub empowers you to build domain specific automated translation systems using and Language Services Anytime, Anywhere previously translated documents and dictionaries – bringing better and specialized translation quality to the entire spectrum of organizations, scaling from small business to enterprise. Microsoft Translator Hub Features • Includes a portal for self-service customization of a machine translation engine for your particular type of content. • Contains a private workspace for you to train your system for FREE - you can choose to invite others as co-owners and collaborators, and share with them. • Connects to Microsoft’s big data back-end built on the vast language knowledge of Microsoft Translator, running on Bing’s massive web infrastructure. Your Application Your Application Microsoft Translator API Microsoft Translator API Your Collaborative Translations CUSTOMIZATION Your Customized Translation System Default Translations (same as bing translator) Default Translations Your Previously Translated Documents
  • Microsoft Translator API + Hub Used together, the Microsoft Translator API and the Translator Hub gives access to customized systems via the standard Microsoft Translator API, such as: • Customization and Quality: The collaborative translation functionality of the Translator API reflects corrections, approvals, votes for translations immediately from the consumers of the API, and makes this human feedback available, to continually improve the translation quality of the customized MT engines. • Reliability: Made available through the cloud-based, high-performance, machine translation service that powers billions of translations every day. • Flexibility: Provides access to its functionality via SOAP, REST, AJAX, OData, and a no-code website translation widget. getting started You can build an English to French automated translation system for the Medical domain in Microsoft Translator Hub, using previously translated medical documents, and optionally a dictionary of medical terms or in-domain material in the target language. You can even use the Hub to build translation systems for languages that are not yet supported by Microsoft Translator. The process for building and deploying your own custom translation system involves 5 main steps: 1 1 Set up your project. 2 2 Upload previously translated documents and dictionaries. 3 3 Train your system. 4 4 Inspect results and quality. 5 5 Deploy the translation system. Use the custom system within your application, on your web site or via your translation memory (TM) tool. Subscribe to the Translator api Absolutely free at low volumes - usage up to 2 million characters per month 3 ways to buy the monthly subscription: • Microsoft Volume Licensing – http://www.microsoft.com/licensing • Windows Azure Marketplace – https://datamarket.azure.com/dataset/bing/microsofttranslator • Windows Azure Store – http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/store/overview Questions? Contact the Microsoft Translator team at translator@microsoft.com. Learn More ©2013 Additional Microsoft Translator offerings: http://www.microsoft.com/translator Latest News: http://blogs.msdn.com/translation