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ART's Name-Dialing Solution Enabled On QUALCOMM Chipsets

ATLANTA, GA - ART Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc. (ART) announced an agreement with QUALCOMM Incorporated for ART to port its smARTspeak XG software to QUALCOMM's family of CDMA Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chipsets.
Posted Oct 1, 2002
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ATLANTA, GA - ART Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc. (ART)announced an agreement with QUALCOMM Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), developer of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) digital wireless technology, for ART to port its smARTspeak XG software to QUALCOMM's family of CDMA Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chipsets. ART's speaker-independent smARTspeak XG is an embedded, phoneme-based name dialing solution designed for mass-market wireless mobile devices. QUALCOMM's MSM products support key multimode, multi-band third-generation (3G) wireless technologies. "We are delighted to be porting smARTspeak XG's comprehensive range of voice functionality to QUALCOMM's MSM family of chipsets," said Eran Aharonson, ART's president. This will make an optimized version of ART's user friendly and robust voice recognition technology easily available to handset designers using QUALCOMM's MSM chipsets. "QUALCOMM is dedicated to providing its customers with advanced and highly integrated technologies," said Don Schrock, president of QUALCOMM CDMA Technologies." ART's embedded voice-control software will augment the solutions our MSM family of chipsets offers to the wireless industry."
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