e-Localisation, Winner 2012
It is a multi-lingual platform for digital devices and applications that can make the digital ecosystem accessible in 32 languages of the world including all 22 official languages of India. It provides text display, input and processing technology on digital platforms for global languages. Reverie specializes in complex non-Latin scripts that have negligible presence on digital platforms like mobiles, set top boxes, tablets, navigation devices and appliances. Currently Reverie offers solutions for 32 global languages, including 22 Indian languages, Perso-Arabic and South Asian languages. Using Reverie’s integrated multi-lingual solutions, device manufacturers, application developers, content providers and Telecom service providers can offer value added services (VAS) by delivering a variety of local language content to address demand from over a billion users in India and other emerging markets. The solutions have been validated through independent benchmarking and prototyping by leading technology organization like NDS, Qualcomm, Datawind and the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras.A text display engine can render text in all languages of the world on any mobile device. The text rendering engine is unique in the industry as it ensures zero errors in text display for all languages.A text input solution suite including keypad layouts and predictive typing in multiple languages is also part of the system.The text input solution makes typing in various languages easy and faster than typing in English.
Nepalmandal.com is a complete web portal in Nepalbhasa (Newar Language) established in 2008. It is the first and only web portal of its kind in Nepal Bhasa intending to provide national, international news, blogs and audio and video entertainment. It also offers weather forecast services, Newar cultural news, articles and pictures as well as all sorts of information in local language for the Newars in Nepal Bhasa. Nepal Bhasa is one of the major languages of Nepal which is spoken today as a mother tongue by theNewars, the indigenous inhabitants of Nepal Mandal, which consists of the Kathmandu Valley and the surrounding regions. The language is also spoken in many parts of Nepal as well as some parts of India, typically in Sikkim, where it is one of the 11 official languages. Newars are the indigenous peoples of Nepalmandal. They have a written history that dates back 2,500 years. The name of the country Nepal itself derives from the Newars.Their population is 1.24 million i.e., 5.24% of the national population. As per UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger, Nepalbhasa, with around 825,000 speakers, is one of the definitely endangered languages of the world. The website claims to support the continuation of an interest in the language.