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LXE Selects Voxware's VoxBrowser to Voice-Enable Wireless Computers

LXE has selected Voxware's VoiceXML browser, VoxBrowser, to voice-enable its entire line of Windows CE-based wireless computers.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

VoiceObjects X5 Certified to Run on SAP NetWeaver Platform

VoiceObjects' X5 release 5.2 Voice Application Management System (VAMS) has been certified by SAP.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Nortel Receives Frost & Sullivan 2005 Market Leadership Award for IVR Solutions in India

MUMBAI, India - Nortel was presented the 2005 Market Leadership Award by Frost & Sullivan for demonstrating leadership in India's IVR (Interactive Voice Response) systems market in 2004.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Middlesex Savings Bank Selects S1 Enterprise Online and Voice Banking Applications

ATLANTA - Middlesex Savings Bank, a $3 billion financial institution, selected S1 Enterprise online and voice banking solutions from S1 Corporation as its next-generation customer interaction solutions.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

AVST's Katrina Aid Highlighted in Frost & Sullivan Report

Frost & Sullivan took note of AVST's involvement through the donation of its call processing, voice messaging, unified messaging and advanced speech solutions to major relief organizations as well as the enhancement of the communication capabilities of existing customers in the region to increase their relief efforts.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Aculab and Alliance Systems Extend Strategic Partnership; Aculab Launches Online Ordering System

MILTON KEYNES, U.K. and PLANO, Texas - Aculab and Alliance Systems, Ltd. partnered to provide integrated communications solutions that combine Aculab's enabling technology products and Alliance Systems' Intel-based servers. Aculab also launched an online ordering system for customers to purchase Prosody S, its host media processing (HMP) product.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Pronexus and Mobilio to Share Data Between Field Personnel and Office Using a Cell Phone

Pronexus and Mobilio, a provider of Web-based service management and wireless solutions, signed a Letter of Intent (LOI).
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

VIVO Selects Convergys

CINCINNATI and SAO PAULO - VIVO, a wireless carrier in the southern hemisphere with more than 28 million subscribers, signed a new five-year contract to receive professional and consulting services from Convergys Corporation.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

TuVox Acquires NetByTel Speech Applications and Hosted Business Customers

CUPERTINO, Calif. - TuVox acquired NetByTel's hosted speech application business.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Aculab Uses CYGCOM's Speed to Market and eSupport Program

MILTON KEYNES, U.K. - Aculab entered an agreement with CYGCOM Integrated Technologies.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

VoiceGenie and varetis Partner

MUNICH, Germany - VoiceGenie Technologies Inc. and varetis solutions GmbH partnered to deliver voice-automated directory assistance services.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Voxeo Acquires Vocomo Customer Base and VoiceXML IVR Platform Technology

ORLANDO, FL - Voxeo Corporation acquired the customers, support contracts, and VoiceXML platform products of Vocomo Software Corporation.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Cisco's New Tool for Emergency Communications

From ZDNet - According to Marguerite Reardon, "Cisco's communications system, called the Internet Protocol Interoperability and Collaboration Systems, or IPics, uses software to connect existing radio and cell phone networks over an IP network. Radio and cell phone conversations from various networks are converted into IP packets, and that traffic is sent over the existing IP-based data network. The packet data is then converted back to voice so that it can be heard over any and all of the participating networks."
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Akimeka and VoxGen Join Forces

VoxGen was awarded a contract from Akimeka LLC, a US developer of medical applications and information displays for situational awareness.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Banco Rió Selects Genesys to Transform Its Call Center

SAN FRANCISCO - Banco Rió, a subsidiary of Banco Santander in Argentina, has chosen Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Inc. to transform the Banco Rió call center into a multimedia contact center.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

VoiceObjects Establishes Worldwide Headquarters in Silicon Valley

SAN MATEO, Calif. - VoiceObjects has completed the legal formalities necessary to become a U.S. company, and has established its worldwide headquarters in Silicon Valley.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Tuition Management Systems Selects VoiceGenie and Nuasis

LAS VEGAS - Tuition Management Systems (TMS) selected the combined VoiceGenie IVR and Nuasis IP contact center application.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Voxeo Launches Products for Voice over IP Application Delivery

Voxeo released its VoIPCenter 6.0 SIP platform. The VoIPCenter SIP Media Server bundles English-language speech recognition and speech synthesis engines, and supports a variety of additional speech engines via support for the IETF Media Resource Control Protocol (MRCP) standard.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Loquendo and CreaLog Sign Partnership Agreement

TURIN, Italy, and MUNICH, Germany - Loquendo and CreaLog have signed an agreement whereby CreaLog will integrate Loquendo's multilingual speech technologies into its CreaVoice Voice Portal.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

NCT Releases ClearSpeech for CSR's Bluetooth

NCT released its ClearSpeech technology for Cambridge Silicon Radio's BlueCore3.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

VIDA Software Opens Natural Interaction Technology

MADRID - VIDA Software launched its partner program.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Loquendo and Dutchear Partner; Loquendo Releases Kate

TURIN, Italy and DELFT, The Netherlands - Loquendo and Dutchear partnered to implement speech-driven telephony applications. Loquendo also released Kate, the new, emotional UK English persona.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Voxware Releases New VoiceXML Browser

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - Voxware, Inc. released its VoiceXML Browser, VoxBrowserT, technology that voice enables Windows CE based devices for the logistics market.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Metaphor Launches SpeechOutlook

WELLESLEY, Mass. - Metaphor Solutions released SpeechOutlook, which provides voice access to Microsoft Outlook contacts over any phone.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Nexidia Launches Management Consulting Practice

ATLANTA - Nexidia launched a Management Consulting Practice designed to help customers maximize the impact of implementing Nexidia's speech analytics solution.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Datria Integrates Its Voice-Enabled Ticket Management Software Applications with VoiceObjects' Voice Application Management System

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. and COLOGNE, Germany - Datria has integrated its voice-driven applications with VoiceObjects X5, the VAMS from VoiceObjects.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Brooktrout and VoiceGenie Partner

NEEDHAM, Mass. - Brooktrout will incorporate VoiceGenie's VoiceXML technology into its SnowShore IP media server to help enable fixed and mobile service providers to bring to market speech-driven multimedia services.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Microsoft Acquires Technology Assets From Unveil Technologies

REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp. has acquired certain intellectual property assets from Unveil Technologies Inc., a developer of enterprise call center technology and the Unveil Conversation Suite.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005

Message Technologies Migrates to the Latest Version of VoiceGenie Platform

Message Technologies, Inc. (MTI) migrated to the latest version of the VoiceGenie VoiceXML platform and expanded its port capacity to 276 additional ports.
Speech Technology Digest, Posted 01 Oct 2005