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Frost & Sullivan Honors Phonetic Systems with the 2004 Speech Technology Differentiation Award

PALO ALTO, Calif. - Phonetic Systems recognized with the 2004 Speech Technology Differentiation Award.
Posted Jul 1, 2004
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PALO ALTO , Calif. - Frost and Sullivan based on its recent study, "North American Telephony-based Speech Technologies and Solutions Market," acknowledged the contribution of Phonetic Systems to the speech recognition industry with the 2004 Speech Technology Differentiation Award.

 

This annual award is presented to the company that has pioneered and steered technological advances in its industry by providing cutting-edge products and concepts. The company should also be well equipped to increase its market share through consumer-friendly, marketable solutions that are clearly ahead of similar offerings from competitors.

 

The patented Voice Search Engine (VSE), Phonetic Systems' own speech

recognition engine, is capable of performing speech recognition functions in constant time by utilizing 43 basic sounds/phonemes. The system also supports natural conversation input and can recognize changing pieces of information. Updates are performed automatically with no human intervention or speech tuning.

 

VSE is capable of carrying out directory searches and providing voice access to lists of names, businesses or other information.

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