We are about to say goodbye to 2011. Another year is ending and it is time to consider what it brought us. In Semantix, 2011 was a year in which we both advanced along previous pathways and, more important still, explored and opened new ones.
Our greatest achievement this year has certainly been our entry in the emerging e-reader sector. Movistar, Fnac and Casa del Libro have all included Dixio as an added value in their recently launched devices, Movistar Bq ereader, Libro electrónico Fnac and Tagus. And if that wasn’t enough, Intel has also included our smart dictionary in its catalogue of points for education.
Dixio, our smart dictionary, has strengthened its position on the digital platforms of different sector, such as the Instituto de Empresa educational platforms or the Wolters Kluwer CISSonline and El Derecho legal platforms; it has also entered the US educational sector through the Clearwater Academy in Florida.
At the same time, we have continued to spread the news about our intelligent technology by participating at fairs and events. In 2011, we attended the CES and DevLearn in Las Vegas, Digital Book World in New York, EduCause in Philadelphia, Liber and Ficod in Madrid; we exhibited at the eReaders 2011 Conference in San Francisco and, in Berlin, we attended IFA and subsequently Online Educa, where we presented Dixio to the world publishing and educational sectors.
It is with great satisfaction that we have seen how people’s perception of Dixio has improved practically day by day. Numerous international education and program download portals now recommend Dixio as a tool for understanding what words mean according to their context. Indeed, there have been more than 110,000 downloads from Softonic and Dixio can be found in 150 blogs from different countries. Furthermore, many websites continue to trust in Dixio to add value to their publications, such as El Economista, Diario Público and Eroski Consumer in Spain, or Vanguardia and La Jornada in Mexico.