NeoSpeech Announces VoiceText 2.0
FREMONT, CA - NeoSpeech, a provider of voice-enabled solutions for hand-held, desktop and network/server applications, announced the availability of VoiceText 2.0, advanced Text-to-Speech (TTS) software that generates voices from text input. VoiceText 2.0 offers the same TTS solution across handheld, desktop and network/server applications, and now supports Linux and Sun Solaris operating systems, in addition to its existing support for Microsoft Windows. To hear a demo of NeoSpeech's VoiceText solution, visit table #4 at the AVIOS/SpeechTEK Spring EXPO at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, March 31 - April 2, 2003. "Our customers wanted the same superior voice quality they are accustomed to with NeoSpeech, but with a diversified set of flexible solutions to choose from," said NeoSpeech CEO Lin Chase. "By offering variable configurations and support for all major platforms, we are ensuring that customers can successfully deploy hand-held, desktop or network/server-based Text-to-Speech-enabled applications that are scalable, reliable, configurable and of the highest voice quality. We are proud to provide our customers with the most flexible, accurate, and humanistic Text-to-Speech solution on the market." "By customizing its TTS product to operate with the Linux or Sun Solaris operating systems, NeoSpeech ensures that it can meet the needs of small, medium and large-sized business and that it can effectively scale its solution as its customers grow," said Nancy Jamison, Principal analyst at Jamison Consulting. "NeoSpeech has proven itself to be a flexible technology solutions provider willing to customize its solutions to meet the needs of its U.S. customers." NeoSpeech's VoiceText - available in US English, Korean, and Mandarin Chinese - can process any size or type of text, from driving directions to complete news stories to personal e-mail. VoiceText 2.0 also contains upgrades that customize the technology for the U.S. market - including TTS engine quality improvements, additional documentation, simplified tools and increased support. The product is now commercially available, with U.S. pricing available upon request.