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Kathy Frostad



Articles By Kathy Frostad

The State of Embedded Speech

Most of what is written on speech is focused on server based speech processing. But there is a another speech technology out there that's powerful enough to sit on a stamp-sized microchip. It's called "embedded speech". Advancements in computing power gave server side speech the power boost it needed in the early 90s. Now that same rocket fuel is launching embedded speech into the limelight.
Posted 01 Apr 2003 - - by Kathy Frostad

The State of Embedded Speech

Most of what is written on speech is focused on server based speech processing. But there is a another speech technology out there that‘s powerful enough to sit on a stamp-sized microchip. It’s called “embedded speech”. Advancements in computing power gave server side speech the power boost it needed in the early 90s. Now that same rocket fuel is launching embedded speech into the limelight.
Posted 06 Mar 2003 - March/April 2003 - by Kathy Frostad

Europe Likely To Drive Multimodal Experience

With so many Europeans packing a mobile phone these days, network operators are finding it hard to deliver the revenue performances of past days. Value-added services like Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) were supposed to deliver the needed top line growth, but WAP has had difficulty achieving mass market acceptance thus far.
Posted 21 May 2002 - May/June 2002 - by Kathy Frostad

Europe Likely To Drive Multimodal Experience

With so many Europeans packing a mobile phone these days, network operators are finding it hard to deliver the revenue performances of past days. Value-added services like Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) were supposed to deliver the needed top line growth, but WAP has had difficulty achieving mass market acceptance thus far.
Posted 29 Mar 2002 - March/April 2002 - by Kathy Frostad

Voice-Driven Technology is Focus of ASAT

The latest developments and applications of speech recognition, text-to-speech, speaker voice verification and other advanced speech technologies will be the focus of the fourth annual Advanced Speech Applications & Technologies (ASAT) Conference, April 14-16 at the San Francisco Airport Marriott in Burlingame, CA.
Posted 30 Apr 1997 - April/May 1997 - by Kathy Frostad