Jabra Releases Stone3 Featuring Rubidium Inside

Rubidium, a global supplier of embedded speech processing technologies, announced that longtime partner GN Netcom has unveiled a release of its Bluetooth-enabled Stone headset line.

The Jabra Stone3 features Rubidium's speech recognition technology for answering and rejecting calls by voice commands, in addition to spoken setup instructions, battery level indication, and text-to-speech-based Caller ID announcements. The Stone3 also includes Near Field Communications support, an easy pairing functionality that connects two devices in close proximity to each other.

"Being part of the Jabra Stone3 continues a long and successful relationship with this award-winning product line," said Shlomo Peller, CEO and founder of Rubidium, in a statement. "The Stone series was the first of many Jabra products to include Rubidium's embedded voice user interface technologies. Our development team is continuously innovating new features and we look forward to continue leading the Bluetooth headset and hands-free car kit market with further advanced capabilities such as voice trigger, diverse languages, barge-in support, and slim footprint."

Rubidium's speech interface provides users of Bluetooth-driven devices with a cost- effective, clear, and friendly hands-free experience. Utilizing Rubidium's Text-to-Speech, Automatic Speech Recognition, and Compressed Speech Playback technologies enhances Bluetooth-enabled devices with the ultimate speech interface. The software is integrated into CSR's BlueCore platform, eliminating the need for additional hardware or BOM items.

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