LXE Selects Voxware's VoxBrowser to Voice-Enable Wireless Computers

LXE has selected Voxware's VoiceXML browser, VoxBrowser, to voice-enable its entire line of Windows CE-based wireless computers.

"We selected Voxware's VoxBrowser based on the strength of its open systems, standards-based architecture, and the value of its powerful, industrial-strength speech recognition technology," said Jim Childress, president and general manager of LXE.  "With VoxBrowser we can easily add voice capabilities to the full range of our current and future wireless computers. As a result, our customers and partners will significantly expand applications of speech recognition technology - through any LXE device - across their logistics solutions."

"This is a watershed event for the logistics market, because it opens up a vast array of opportunities for logistics solution providers, who can now leverage open systems, industry standards and thin-client technology in voice-enabled Windows CE devices. This puts the solution provider squarely in control of the entire application," noted Childress. "Voxware's VoxBrowser enables any logistics solution provider to quickly and effortlessly voice-enable a WMS, ERP or warehouse distribution application."

VoxBrowser includes the Voxware Integrated Speech Engine - VISE, designed for demanding industrial environments and a text-to-speech (TTS) engine.

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