Phonetic Systems and V-Enable Partner

NEW YORK, NY - V-Enable, a mobile Multimodal platform technology company, and Phonetic Systems, a real-time speech recognition solutionsm company, announced they are entering into a strategic alliance that provides for a global joint sales, marketing, and support relationship for Multimodal solutions. Phonetic Systems is exhibiting in booth #603 at SpeechTEK. As a result of this agreement, each party will have the ability to market joint solutions or pair with leading systems integrators. Phonetic Systems' Voice Search Engine (VSE) will be integrated with V-Enable's veANYWAY Multimodal solution to enable services that combine the flexibility and richness of data services with the ease-of-use of speech commands. Initial solution offerings include applications incorporating both sequential and simultaneous multimodality. The partnership's simultaneous multimodal solution provides for an exciting end-user experience which can be applied to numerous applications. SDK's for the BREW, Symbian and Java environments will be made available to the developer community. "We are very excited to implement this sales and marketing relationship worldwide," stated Fernando Corona, president and CEO of V-Enable. "We are especially pleased with the reception that the Directory Assistance application has received by multiple United States and European carriers and the enterprise community. By adding Phonetic Systems' VSE engine to our platform, our carrier customers can get the combined benefit of the most powerful, easy to deploy, mobile, Multimodal platform technology, with an accurate, high reliability speech recognition engine, all in one package." "Multimodality represents a key enabling technology in the development of the wireless internet," stated John McCready, vice president of marketing at Phonetic Systems. "V-Enable has already proven that the veANYWAY platform allows for rapid development of compelling applications and we're thrilled to be part of it."
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