ART'S Recognition Technologies Ported to Parthus' Mobile Computing Platform
ATLANTA, GA and DUBLIN, IRELAND -- ART Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc., a global provider of natural Human User Interface technologies for the mobile world, and Parthus (Nasdaq: PRTH, LSE: PRH), a provider of platform level IP solutions for the mobile Internet market, announced the porting of ART's speech and handwriting recognition engines to Parthus' InfoStream platform. As an independent producer of speech and natural handwriting solutions for mobile devices, ART welcomes Parthus' choice of ART's smARTspeak NG, simpliWrite and smARTwriter recognition technologies for the InfoStream platform. smARTspeak NG offers voice-enabled features such as name dialing, continuous digit dialing, menu navigation and device control. simpliWrite and smARTwriter, ART's handwriting recognition technologies, recognize each user's own handwriting and require no unique symbols or training by the user. "With a twelve-year track record of market-proven recognition solutions, ART's technologies are fully optimized to the same leading operating systems as InfoStream, and perfectly honed both to our needs and to the demands of our customers," said Sean Mitchell, general manager of Application & Multimedia Processing Division of Parthus Technologies. "ART's high-performance, low resource software maintains our guarantee to provide OEM's complete, market-ready solutions that incorporate best of breed technologies, and give their users the increasingly feature-rich experience they expect." "ART is delighted to have been chosen as the recognition technology for the InfoStream platform for current and next generation mobile Internet devices," said Nir Ben-Dor, ART's director of sales and business development, Europe. "We are confident that Parthus clients will find our embedded software fully integrated into a platform that was designed to dramatically reduce development costs, accelerate time to market and speed ROI - the key elements to success in today's highly competitive market place." Information for this story was gathered from ART.