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C# C++ Java Legacy Code Localization Cisco TelePresence C# C++ Java Legacy Code Localization Cisco TelePresence Document Transcript

  • Lingoport Releases Cisco TelePresence Internationalization Case StudyCase Study Discusses how Lingoport Assisted Cisco in Internationalizing Their TelePresence Product in Order toAvoid Potential Costly Issues before Moving on to LocalizationBOULDER, CO – November 1, 2011 – Lingoport, a leading provider of software internationalization tools and i18nconsulting services, announced today the release of a case study that discusses the internationalization and localizationefforts of Cisco TelePresence.Cisco initially hired Lingoport to audit the source code of TelePresence—an advanced video conferencing system thatprovides a 1080p video feed along with spatial audio—for internationalization issues in order to avoid potential problemsbefore moving on to localizing the product.Adam Asnes, Lingoport’s President & CEO, notes, “Through static analysis of the TelePresence code using Globalyzer,Lingoport’s client/server software internationalization system, we were able to establish a clear picture of theinternationalization issues at hand and create a well-defined strategy toward internationalization.” He continues: “Ourimplementation effort worked alongside concurrent product development and was geared toward nearly 30 languages andseveral more locales.’’For additional information about this extensive internationalization and localization project, please visit:http://www.lingoport.com/software-internationalization-clients/i18n-l10n-of-cisco-telepresence/.Lingoport also announces that it recently held an expert panel discussion and networking event in Santa Clara, CA. Theevent featured industry experts Tex Texin, Chief Globalization Architect at Rearden Commerce, Andrew Bredenkamp, CEOat Acrolinx, Loic Dufresne de Virel, Localization Strategist at Intel, Richard Faubert, Manager, Software Development QAat Cisco, and Adam Asnes of Lingoport. To view the recordings of this event, please visit:http://www.lingoport.com/internationalization-webinar-video/#22 andhttp://www.lingoport.com/internationalization-webinar-video/#21.Further, Kent Grave, Program Specialist i18n and L10n at Cisco Systems, and Adam Asnes of Lingoport, presented oncreating an internationalization and localization plan at Localization World Silicon Valley 2011 in Santa Clara. Therecording of this session is available for playback at:http://www.lingoport.com/internationalization-webinar-video/#23.About Lingoport (www.lingoport.com)Lingoport helps globally focused technology companies adapt their software for worldwide markets with expert i18n andL10n consulting and Globalyzer software.Globalyzer, a market leading software internationalization tool, helps entire enterprises and development teams toeffectively internationalize existing and newly developed source code and to prepare their applications for localization.For more information, please visit http://www.lingoport.com or http://www.globalyzer.com or contact Lingoport at +1303.444.8020 or info@lingoport.com.Webinar Recording: Internationalizing and Localizing Cisco’s TelePresence – A Case StudyIn May of 2011, Cisco, Lingoport, and Sajan teamed up to discuss the internationalization and localization of Cisco’sTelePresence. In this Webinar, Richard Faubert, QA Manager at Cisco, joined Adam Asnes of Lingoport and Gary Condonof Sajan to review and discuss some of the challenges faced in internationalizing and localizing TelePresence, includingseveral technologies used in its various components. The presenters also discussed how i18n development, localization andtesting was tightly integrated into Cisco’s development and QA process, producing better engineering and linguistic results. Webinar: Internationalizing & Localizing Cisco’s TelePresence