Lake Success, New York (PressExposure) June 15, 2008 -- International Software & Productivity Engineering Institute (INTSPEI) today launched the beta release of INTSPEI P-Navigator (www.p-navigator.com), a Windows desktop application based on innovative, patent-pending technology for searching and browsing the World Wide Web.
"The Internet is an ocean, a vast, deep reservoir of complex information currents with unsuspected cross connections," says Vladimir Pavlov, INTSPEI Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer. "Existing search and navigation systems give us linear lists of adjacent word relationships to the queries we enter. This helps us start 'surfing.' It provides simple locations, surface information of that ocean. But in today's information-based world, we must dive deeper into that reservoir. We must detect the hidden information, the less obvious but crucial associations that help us discover how the pieces we know connect to those we do not. To answer this need, we created the P-Navigator.
Searchers cannot expect standard surfing techniques to expose the global layers of knowledge and insights the web can deliver without an instrument that provides a structured representation of those layers to examine. P-Navigator delivers a 360 degree Internet Perspective from every query, a comprehensive and clearly layered Earth-View from whatever place your mind happens to be. It is what Internet search and navigation should be."
Intuitively clear yet comprehensive, the INTSPEI P-Navigator is designed to: Structure search results into convenient hierarchies, Show what pages link to found pages, Show the pages linked from those pages, Display the tree and branch relationship of all these, Narrow search with a semantic tag cloud visual interface, Widen search with an analysis of pages to find more tags, Keep a history of searches and navigations, Display PDFs, MS Word, presentations and spreadsheets, Highlight search keywords in any document or page displayed, Accomplish all this with simple, adjustable page views.
Simple surfing is no longer necessary. Now you can comfortably explore the depths. Visit http://www.p-navigator.com to download the free beta version of INTSPEI P-Navigator.