SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MyToons, the premier online animation community, today announced that the company has reached an agreement with Google Inc. to implement the fifth generation of the Google Search Appliance™ hardware and software on MyToons.com. The deployment of the Google Search Appliance will add Google’s powerful search engine capabilities to MyToon’s website.
“Our customers have made it clear that they’re looking to experience the best animation we can deliver,” said Dan Kraus, MyToons CEO & Co-Founder. “Our use of the Google Search Appliance aids this by adding the power of Google’s search to our quickly-growing animation index, and provides a strong foundation for our future search initiatives.”
The Google Search Appliance is an integrated corporate search solution that extends Google’s award-winning search technology to intranets and websites and improves search results.
“Search – whether it’s on Google.com, across an organization’s website or across internal networks and databases – continues to play a critical role in helping site visitors, customers and employees find the information they need,” said Vijay Koduri, Product Marketing Manager, Google. “We’re delighted MyToons is able to use the Google Search Appliance to better meet customer search needs.”
Animators, artists, fans and enthusiasts can now take advantage of MyToons’ Google hardware-based search to easily find animations, artwork, games and artists; searching by word, phrase, genre, style, medium and more to quickly see the results.
MyToons.com is the world’s premier online animation community. Launched in spring of 2007, MyToons.com provides global content creators with a free platform to share their original animations, artwork, and games with animators, enthusiasts and fans world-wide.
Combining high-quality video file streaming with best-in-class social networking for animators, MyToons.com showcases the greatest variety of independent and studio animation anywhere. Dedicated to “everything animated,” MyToons.com allows artists to share their techniques, discuss their thoughts and ideas, and explore their commonalities in a robust visual environment.
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