Apple on Tuesday confirmed it has acquired assets from
SchemaSoft, a Canadian developer of data conversion technology. The company develops filtering and conversion technology that translate files for software applications published by Microsoft, Adobe and other companies.
“Apple has acquired assets from SchemaSoft, a developer of software components for facilitating digital information workflow,” Apple said in a statement provided to MacCentral. “Apple plans to use SchemaSoft’s technology in future products.”
Vancouver, British Columbia-based SchemaSoft’s products don’t end just at translation filters. The company also makes XML transformation tools and software libraries for reading and writing Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) Structured storage files.