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NEC America Selects ART Voice Control for Its New NEC 232E Mobile Handsets

ATLANTA - ART Advanced Recognition Technologies announced that NEC America, Inc. (NEC) has selected the smARTspeak® NG embedded speech interface for its recently launched NEC 232E+ High Definition Mobile++ (HDM) handset.
Posted Dec 1, 2004
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NEC 232EATLANTA - ART Advanced Recognition Technologies announced that NEC America, Inc. (NEC) has selected the smARTspeak® NG embedded speech interface for its recently launched NEC 232E+ High Definition Mobile++ (HDM) handset.

The smARTspeak NG voice-recognition technology combines voice dialing and voice control functions for speaker-independent and speaker-dependent systems. It was designed as a bundle for the small footprint and processing power of today's mass-market handsets. Combining ART's technologies, smARTspeak NG offers voice-enabled features such as name dialing, continuous digit dialing, command and control, and trainable continuous digit dialing for custom languages.

The first handset in NEC's U.S. 200-series of HDM phones, the 232E HDM offers a VGA-camera, a 65,536-color screen, Java applications, multimedia-messaging capabilities and a clamshell design.

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