2015

SANS introduces SANSSpace LIVE Virtual Language Lab enabling synchronous, interactive language instruction on cross-platform mobile devices

2014

SANS introduces version 14.3 of Virtuoso Software optimizing audio transmission in wired/wireless language labs

SANSSpace from SANS inc. powers new on-line learning platform from key world language publisher

2013

SANS celebrates 10th anniversary with aggressive development of networked and cloud-based language lab technology

SANS introduces SANSSpace Language Learning Mobile Apps

2012

SANS introduces version 12.2 of Virtuoso Software featuring a new enhanced “e” design instructor interface

SANS introduces SANSSpace version 6.5 Virtual Language Learning Environment with advanced three-mode virtual comparative recorder

2011

SANS introduces version 11.0 of Soloist and Virtuoso Software incorporating SANSTalk™ technology with HD audio

SANS adds new resellers increasing sales distribution on the U.S. West Coast

2010

SANS introduces version 10.0 of Soloist and Virtuoso Software providing efficiencies for file management and lesson development

SANS reaffirms commitment to practicing green operational procedures to share in the process of building a sustainable future

2009

SANS introduces version 9.0 of Soloist and Virtuoso Software providing enhanced student audio/video recording capabilities

2008

SANS marks 5th anniversary with growth and advancement in technology for language learning

SANS introduces version 8.0 of Soloist and Virtuoso Software indicative of over a hundred feature upgrades and enhancements since introduction

2006

SANS introduces SANSSpace™ Virtual Learning Environment broadening their applications to include new possibilities for “anytime, anywhere” language learning

2005

New visual technology becomes part of the Virtuoso and Soloist Software Suite for American Sign Language and Interpreter Studies

2003

SANS Inc. becomes the exclusive worldwide licensor and developer for the Sony language learning technology

2001

Sony Virtuoso™ Instructional Control Software is introduced to work in tandem with the Sony Soloist Software providing a fully-digital language learning platform

1999

Sony Soloist® Digital Comparative Recorder and Media Player is introduced and incorporated into the Sony Symphony® Language Learning System (a hybrid hardware/software combination)

1997

Sony Corporation applies for and subsequently receives seven U.S. patents relating to language learning technology

Sony introduces Conductor™ Companion Software for the LLC-8000 Symphony Language Learning System