Amazon’s collaborative filtering at
Stanford InfoLab. Chen was there, too.
Now, he’s working on what’s next:
high-performance search on any device.
One Search—Mobile, Local, Cloud, Enterprise.
One Engine. One Experience.
advanced search. Starting in 2014,
HTC handsets will run SRCH2 for
local search, letting users find
people, places, and apps,
regardless of network connection. HTC and HTC logo are the registered trademarks or trademarks of HTC Corporation.
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SRCH2 is a search engine that’s fast, flexible, feature-rich, and drop-in ready for apps, sites, and enterprises. SRCH2 offers leap-ahead search performance that’s fully supported, easy to implement, and thin enough to sit on a handset.
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SRCH2 ENTERPRISESRCH2’s engine enables advanced
search features at a fraction of the
cost and hardware overhead of
standard open source.
SRCH2 MOBILENeither proprietary nor open source
search engines were designed
for mobile. Why is that?
Get high-end local search, in
a thin total memory footprint. Go! SRCH2: Leap Ahead Search for Mobile
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