Speech Technology eWeekly -
January 16, 2007
Speech Technology News
W3C Expands Support for Speech Synthesis of World Languages
W3C took steps to broaden support for the world's languages in voice applications on the Web.
New Wave Mobile Closes Its Acquisition of WagerPhone
TORONTO - New Wave Mobile closed its 100 percent acquisition of WagerPhone. The deal was initially scheduled to close December 19, 2006.>
ClickFox Expands into the APAC Region
ATLANTA - ClickFox signed a business partner agreement with LogIT Corporation.
AVST Adds Teltronics as Strategic Reseller Partner
FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif. - Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. expanded its global presence by adding Teltronics, Inc. to its list of global reseller partners.
CallCopy Selected for Membership in Avaya DeveloperConnection Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio - CallCopy, a provider of contact center quality management and call recording solutions, has been selected by Avaya for membership in the Avaya DeveloperConnection program.>
Aculab Upgrades Its HMP Software, Prosody S
MILTON KEYNES, U.K. - Aculab extended the feature set of its host media processing technology Prosody S in a new software release.
T-Mobile USA and RIM Unveil New Pearl White BlackBerry Pearl
BELLEVUE, Wash. & WATERLOO, Ontario - T-Mobile USA and Research In Motion launched the new white BlackBerry Pearl, featuring speaker independent voice recognition for voice-activated dialing.>
Enact Technology Expands speak4CAD Voice Recognition Software for Graphic Design
ATLANTA - Enact Technology expanded its speak4 voice recognition software for graphic applications that include: AutoCAD, Inventor, SolidWorks, SketchUp, Photoshop, and InDesign.
Syntellect and Prodapt Solutions Partner
PHOENIX - Syntellect entered a reseller partnership with Prodapt Solutions.>
Cross Telecom Achieves Advanced Unified Communications Specialization from Cisco
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - Cross Telecom achieved the Advanced Unified Communications Specialization from Cisco Systems.