VoiceSignal Introduces Continuous Dictation for Mobile Phones

WOBURN, Mass. - VoiceSignal's continuous dictation solution will begin shipping this summer through mobile phone OEMs. Samsung handsets are equipped with VoiceMode 1.0, a dictation product capable of running in today's mobile phones. Cingular, Verizon and Sprint also carry VoiceMode 1.0 enabled handsets.

VoiceMode 2.0 delivers continuous dictation running embedded in the mobile device. The device-only implementation offers advantages over server-based offerings that experience network related interruptions and delays. VoiceMode 2.0 can be used to input text into any application running in the mobile device including email, SMS, IM, calendar and more.

VoiceSignal's portfolio of "no-training" embedded speech solutions includes VSuite, VSpeak, and VoiceMode. VoiceSignal solutions will ship on more than 100 million handsets through the end of 2006. The solutions are used by OEMs including Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Palm, Pantech and others, and available on networks such as Verizon, Cingular, Sprint, T-Mobile and Vodafone.


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