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LEAD Technologies sort la version 18 de LEADTOOLS

LEAD Technologies a le plaisir d'annoncer la sortie de LEADTOOLS Version 18. Cette nouvelle et généreuse version est mise en valeur par de nouvelles bibliothèques natives LEADTOOLS Anywhere™ pour WinRT, iOS, OS X, Android et Linux, ainsi que d'importantes mises à jour à la technologie Documents, Médecine et Multimédia LEADTOOLS pour Win32/64, .NET et HTML5.

LEADTOOLS Anywhere™ étend les kits de développement logiciel d'imagerie LEADTOOLS de LEAD Technologies déjà récompensés, aux principales plateformes de développement. Cette initiative a vu le jour l'année dernière avec la sortie de kits de développement logiciel pour HTML5 et WinRT. Les kits de développement logiciel HTML5 ont permis de développer des applications Web sans impact et WinRT a jeté les bases nécessaires pour transférer LEADTOOLS vers d'autres plateformes natives. Grâce à LEADTOOLS 18, LEAD a étendu davantage la portée de ses kits de développement logiciel d'imagerie en offrant des bibliothèques natives pour un développement sous iOS, OS X, Android et Linux. Toute la technologie d'imagerie-mémoire LEADTOOLS est naturellement prise en charge sur chacune de ces plateformes, notamment la visualisation, l'annotation et le marquage, la ROC, la LOM, le traitement de formulaires, le code à barres 1D et 2D, les PDF, les DICOM et la prise en charge de plus de 150 formats de fichier et de 200 fonctions de traitement d'images.

« Au cours de ces vingt-deux dernières années, LEAD a travaillé d'arrache-pied à la mise au point des meilleurs kits de développement logiciel d'imagerie disponibles sur le marché », a déclaré Moe Daher, président-directeur général de LEAD Technologies. « Avant l'arrivée de LEADTOOLS Anywhere™, nos outils étaient réservés aux programmeurs qui développaient des applications s'exécutant sous des systèmes d'exploitation Windows. C'est pour nous un honneur que notre produit ait gagné la confiance de dizaines de milliers de développeurs sous Windows ayant incorporé notre technologie à d'innombrables applications distribuées et utilisées dans le monde entier. Nous sommes heureux que LEADTOOLS soit désormais accessible aux programmeurs qui développent des applications pour les principaux systèmes d'exploitation et avons hâte de gagner la confiance de nombreux nouveaux clients développeurs utilisant ces nouvelles plateformes prometteuses ».

Outre le transfert de sa technologie d'imagerie-mémoire vers de nouvelles plateformes, LEAD a considérablement amélioré ses moteurs Document, Médecine et Multimédia existants. LEAD a également simplifié sa ligne de produits en fusionnant plusieurs produits entre eux. Les produits de base ont donc plus de fonctionnalités que jamais pour un coût effectif des bases de développement considérablement réduit. Mieux encore, LEAD inclut la prise en charge des différentes plateformes dans ses kits de développement logiciel de base sans frais supplémentaire de base de développement. Ainsi, les clients actuels peuvent profiter de tous les avantages des nouvelles fonctionnalités et de la prise en charge multi-plateformes en mettant simplement à niveau leur base de développement.

Parmi les grandes améliorations apportées à la famille Document dans la version 18, citons de spectaculaires avancées en matière de rapidité et de précision du moteur ROC Avantage. La combinaison des fonctionnalités contenues dans cette nouvelle version, notamment la prise en charge multilingue, la détection automatique de la langue et le pré-traitement d'images spécialisé pour les dispositifs mobiles, est unique sur le marché des kits de développement logiciel ROC. Les moteurs Code à barres ont bénéficié d'une meilleure rapidité et précision de reconnaissance et les Lecteurs et Créateurs PDF ont été améliorés avec l'ajout d'une prise en charge complète pour la lecture, l'édition et la création d'annotations PDF natives.

Les clients qui mettent au point des applications d'imagerie médicale sont parfaitement conscients de l'importance d'un déploiement sans impact sur l'industrie des soins de santé. Dans la version 18, le visionneur médical HTML5 LEADTOOLS continue de combler l'écart qui sépare les applications Web des applications de bureau au niveau des fonctionnalités. De nouvelles fonctionnalités telles que la projection des patients, les lignes de référence, la fonction glisser-déposer et les mises en page personnalisables permettent aux professionnels des soins de santé de jouir d'une visualisation et de capacités de traitement à la pointe du progrès, où qu'ils se trouvent et quel que soit le dispositif qu'ils utilisent.

La famille de produits Multimédia offre une nouvelle technologie importante et de grande valeur également dans la Version 18. De la même façon que LEADTOOLS a simplifié et transféré le développement de l'application DirectShow, les kits de développement logiciel Multimédia LEADTOOLS offrent les mêmes avantages pour le nouveau cadre de travail Microsoft Media Foundation avec de nouveaux composants et de nouvelles transformations. De plus, un nouveau serveur RTSP est disponible, ouvrant d'innovantes possibilités d'applications de diffusion audio et vidéo en flux.

Dans son ensemble, la version 18 de LEADTOOLS est à ce jour la version la plus ambitieuse de LEAD Technologies. Grâce aux nouvelles bibliothèques LEADTOOLS Anywhere™ et à une collection de technologie d'imagerie en constante évolution, le décor est planté pour que la domination de LEAD sur le marché des kits de développement logiciel d'imagerie se poursuive dans les années à venir.

Pour examiner toutes les nouvelles fonctionnalités de la version 18, visitez http://www.leadtools.com/corporate/new-in-v18.htm.

À propos de LEAD Technologies

Forte de plus de vingt-deux ans d'une riche histoire, la société LEAD s'est imposée comme le premier fournisseur de kits de développement logiciel pour l'imagerie de documents, l'imagerie médicale, l'imagerie multimédia et l'imagerie matricielle et vectorielle. LEADTOOLS, produit phare de LEAD, est en pôle position dans tous les grands pays du monde et s'enorgueillit d'une clientèle solide et variée et d'une vaste liste de partenaires commerciaux, parmi lesquels certaines des organisations les plus importantes et les plus influentes au monde. Pour plus d'informations, contactez [email protected] ou [email protected].

Ventes LEADTOOLS : 704-332-5532 | [email protected]

Assistance LEADTOOLS : 704-372-9681 | [email protected]

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