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February 10, 2020

(Deep Web Technologies) A Wales-based tech firm has completed a multi-million dollar purchase of a US-based company that pioneered deep web search. Leading UK technology firm Amplyfi has purchased Deep Web Technologies. The move will combine Deep Web Technologies’ search capabilities with Amplyfi's machine learning and data analytics expeience. Alongside tripling its revenue over the past 12 months, the acquisition means Amplyfi is set to continue the rapid growth that has defined the company since forming just five years ago.

August 4, 2015

(Deep Web Technologies) Deep Web Technologies announced a major upgrade to Explorit Everywhere! next-generation search technology. Explorit Everywhere! searches internal, subscription and public Deep Web sources simultaneously for relevant results, helping organizations improve their research efficiency and ultimately driving down research costs.

December 18, 2012

(Deep Web Technologies) Deep Web Technologies, a leader in federated search, celebrates the tenth anniversary of powering the premier, publicly accessible, government portal Science.gov. Launched in December 2002, Science.gov has grown from a portal providing access to 18 sources to becoming the top federal government science search engine, providing access to 59 sources and over 200 million pages of research.

June 24, 2008

(Deep Web Technologies) Web Technologies has been named Small Business Innovation Research program Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Department of Energy.

April 16, 2008

(Deep Web Technologies) Stanford University Libraries has selected Deep Web Technologies to create a federated search solution that will simplify access to the Libraries’ vast online resources and create a new access point for the university’s own digitized content.

(Deep Web Technologies) Stanford University Libraries has selected Deep Web Technologies to create a federated search solution that will simplify access to the Libraries' vast online resources and create a new access point for the university's own digitized content. Federated search is a technology that allows multiple information sources - including deep web databases - to be searched simultaneously, so users can scan the breadth of library collections in a single query. Stanford has three demonstrations of the Deep Web Technologies' solution in place so that faculty and students can test them and provide feedback.

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