According to the Wikimedia Foundation, as the project continues to develop, the knowledge is increasingly being used to power other sites and products.
Wikimedia Enterprise was created to make it easier for these entities to find when and how to package and share Wikimedia content at scale.
Relevant cases cover a variety of proven factual integration, onlineeducatecourses, to artificial intelligence startups that need access to vast amounts of accurate data to train their systems.
Even better, Wikimedia Enterprise provides real-time content updates for Wikimedia projects, guaranteed uptime and other system requirements, far beyond publicly available APIs and free data dumps.
Lane Becker, senior business director at the Wikimedia Foundation, said: Wikipedia Enterprise is designed to meet a variety of content reuse and sourcing needs, and the first two large customers are prime examples.
Whether it’s helping to summarize planning knowledge or citing Wikipedia directly, Google and the Internet Archive use Wikimedia content in very different ways.
As a long-term partner, we are delighted to be working together. Their insights are critical in building products that appeal to many different types of organizations.
Organizations and companies of any size can access Wikimedia Enterprise products through dedicated customer support and service level agreements, priced based on their usage.
Those interested can sign up for a free trial account on the website now to get 10,000 on-demand requests and unlimited access to 30-day snapshots.