A proprietary semantic engine to store and manipulate seamless knowledge representation models using topic maps (i.e., XTM) and Semantic Web (i.e., RDF, JSON, etc.) standard specifications.
A knowledge model (ontology) applied to represent people profile attributes ("social attributes", such as identity, reputation, presence, relationships, groups, conversations, and sharing behavior) and content ("social objects", such as products, organizations, events, news, or any other thing) based on standard ontologies (e.g., SIOC, FOAF, SKOS, Dublin Core, etc.).
Semantic social Web applications to interact and share aggregated data, and software tools to manage and analyze the knowledge network and its aggregated content.
Standard and proprietary interfaces for accessibility, portability, and aggregation purposes with social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube, considering common data schemes, frameworks, protocols, and APIs (e.g., Semantic Web/RDF, SIOC, FOAF, SKOS, OAuth, OpenID, Google Data, Facebook API, etc.).
A Web content management system (CMS) to store and publish multimedia content.
A Web portal to present online communities and Web applications through different Internet access devices (e.g., desktops, notebooks, smartphones, game consoles, etc.).
IT infrastructure required for service delivery, considering service-oriented architecture and cloud computing frameworks, as well as guaranteed scalability and quality of service.