July 26, 2007

From Google LatLong: The newest Google Earth Enterprise released

Today via the LAtLong weblog, Google announced the newest version of Google Earth Enterprise. Interesting to note, the blog reported that... "enterprise users are some of the most active in using the products and also making contributions to the Google Earth and Maps user community, with data, blogs and mashups."

Enhancements in this release include:

Browser integration with the Google Maps API AJAX architecture, allowing 2D map views to be embedded in any web-based application, so everyone in an organization benefits from the power of Google Earth Enterprise.
Performance enhancements amounting to as much as a 10x speedup for vector data processing and better than 2x reduction in server computation for responding to imagery requests.
New search framework for integrating geocoding and other search services via Java plug-ins including a Google Search Appliance reference implementation.
Regionator for creating Super-Overlays with Regions based KML and publishing them for viewing in any Google Earth client version (Free, Plus or Pro).
Security improvements and extended Operating System support including Red Hat Enterprise Server 4 and SUSE Linux 9 and 10.


See Google LatLong: The newest Google Earth Enterprise: "Google Earth Enterprise"

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