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Wikimedia Enterprise is a commercial product by the Wikimedia Foundation to provide, in a more easily consumable way, the data of the Wikimedia projects, including Wikipedia. It allows customers to retrieve data at large scale and high availability through different formats like Web APIs, data snapshots or streams.
Google and the Internet Archive were its first customers, although Internet Archive is not paying for the product. A New York Times Magazine article was reporting that Wikimedia Enterprise made $3.1 million in total revenue in 2022.
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