V-Enable Showcases MultiModal Solution on SYMBIAN OS

SAN DIEGO, CA - V-Enable Inc., the developer of mobile, multimodal platform technology, announced an integration of it's multimodal technology, veANYWAY, onto the SYMBIAN OS. V-Enable's MultiModal solutions are intended to give carriers the ability to have increased data usage and greater adoption. "As wireless devices become smarter, the race for providing superior operating systems is heating up on all continents," comments Dipanshu Sharma, Founder & CTO, V-Enable. "Symbian has become the Operating system of choice in Europe. Symbian OS has the smallest footprint, low memory consumption, and functions on open standards." Symbian is a supplier of the operating system for advanced, open, data-enabled mobile phones, brings data services to the mass market, leveraging voice, messaging and media-rich content. "Successfully showcasing our multimodalcapability on Symbian OS v6.1 is testament to the development efforts in the past few months. Now all smartphones using Symbian OS v6.1 can be enabled with richer applications with a multimodaluser interface," said V-Enable CEO and president, Fernando Corona. "We are now able to deliver intuitive, convenient and adaptable user interfaces to data and speech services for a wider range of mobile devices." For wireless users, multimodality offers a new means of enhancing data services by allowing users to choose their access mode or channel depending on the content and context. With soon-to-be-announced multimodal services, users are able to combine speech commands with visual output simultaneously across all applications thus increasing the adoption of such services.
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