Tokyo, 2nd July 2020 – SOURCENEXT Corporation announced today that on June 29th, the U.S. subsidiary Sourcenext Inc. was selected by Newsweek as one of the “50 Businesses That Stood Out During the Pandemic”. The article highlights 50 companies across various industries that stepped up to help others during the COVID 19 pandemic, and Sourcenext Inc. was honorably selected for its contributions made through the donation of 850 units of their pocket translator device, “POCKETALK” to first responders and medical institutes in the US. Other notable companies that were selected include companies such as Apple and Nike.
The Sourcenext Group are committed to continue supporting the people who are fighting against the spreading of the COVID 19.
Pocketalk™ is a portable and AI-based real-time language translation device developed by Sourcenext that overcomes language barriers and bridges the gaps between currently 75 different spoken languages (55 of which are spoken and written languages; another 20 are text-only). The integrated SIM card provides functionality in over 130 countries - at no additional cost. With more than 700,000 devices sold worldwide, Pocketalk is manufactured and distributed by Sourcenext, the largest provider and developer of software, hardware and IoT products in Japan.
Find out more at https://europe.pocketalk.net