Greenwood Village, Colorado – March 16, 2015 – zvelo, the leading provider of contextual categorization and malicious detection services that are used to generate a wide range of data sets about websites, web content and more, has announced the awarding of US Patent No. 8,977,762 by the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
The patent, which was awarded on March 11, 2015, contributes to zvelo’s growing patent portfolio. For details, visit www.uspto.gov .
About zvelo, Inc.
For nearly a decade, zvelo has been the leading provider of contextual categorization and malicious detection for URLS for a wide range of data sets and attributes, including language, category value mapped to IAB taxonomy, malicious website detection, piracy, objectionable content and more. These data sets are accessible through simple, intuitive APIs for integration with applications in online advertising, brand safety, network security, big data analytics and other use cases where accuracy, coverage, performance, multi-lingual support and scalability are required. Using proprietary “hybrid” categorization and detection techniques that combine Artificial Intelligence, supervised Machine Learning and human quality assurance, zvelo categorizes over 99% of the active web in nearly 500 categories and dozens of languages. zvelo is headquartered in Denver with offices in the Philippines, New York, Michigan and Spain.