AltSearchEngines.com says Mednar is the "hands down winner"
SANTA FE, N.M., Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Deep Web Technologies' Mednar has been named the 2008 best health information search engine by AltSearchEngines.com, a well-respected blog that focuses on specialty search engines. Mednar (still in beta) debuted in November 2008, as a one-stop federated search engine designed for professional medical researchers. It enables users to quickly access information from a multitude of credible sources, including deep web content not indexed by popular search engines.
"Mednar offers access to an array of databases that are simply not mined by other health search engines and features a dependable email alert service that enables users to keep up on the latest publications on the medical topics of their choice," said AltSearchEngines reviewer Hope Leman. "Mednar is the Secretariat and gold medal winner of medical search at this point."
"This is a great honor and confirmation that quality trumps all," said Abe Lederman, founder and President of Deep Web Technologies. "We're committed to creating search engines that deliver high value to researchers by getting them to information that's often hidden in the deep web. It's fulfilling to see our work recognized by AltSearchEngines."
Mednar uses federated search technology to simultaneously search sources of quality medical information in real-time. It queries only those select, high-quality databases, ensuring superior results. With this approach, irrelevant items, outdated articles and spam are not retrieved, allowing for the exploration of only the most pertinent data, which is delivered in relevance-ranked order. Information sources are constantly evaluated by Mednar staff, building an ever-larger library of information without sacrificing quality or precision of results. Researchers can also take advantage of Mednar's many tools to narrow their searches, drill down into topics, automatically receive email-based updates, and discover new information sources.
Mednar is powered by Explorit Research Accelerator(TM), Deep Web Technologies' federated search technology. Federated search is the future of search, because of its ease-of-use and power to find content not normally indexed by the popular search engines, including Google, Yahoo! and others. Federated search performs real-time, parallel searches of multiple information sources, merging the results into one page. Freely searchable value-added content is available through federated search engines surfacing it to a variety of users, who might otherwise not be aware of its existence. Federated Search is a great information discovery tool that enables the rapid and cost-effective integration of multiple, valuable information sources into one web-portal without significant expense or effort on the part of content owners.
Mednar's number-one rating comes on the heels of accolades for Deep Web Technologies' science search engines. A blog from the UK's lauded
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About Deep Web Technologies
Deep Web Technologies (http://www.deepwebtech.com) creates custom, sophisticated federated search solutions for clients who demand precise, accurate results. Founded by industry thought-leader Abe Lederman, Deep Web Technologies created the powerful Explorit Research Accelerator(TM) software that searches, retrieves, aggregates and analyzes content from deep web databases -- data that is inaccessible to general search engines. Deep Web Technologies has built a reputation as the "researcher's choice" for its advanced, agile information discovery tools.
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