Novell has sold its linguistic software unit to Belgian speech technology provider Lernout & Hauspie. The advanced technology division employs 30 people in Belgium and was inherited by Novell as part of its WordPerfect acquisition in 1994. Lernout & Hauspie was expected to retain 25 of the 30 linguists, software engineers and computational linguists. It was believed it acquired the unit for free, but Novell will receive future royalties on products developed by the division.
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