Speech Technology eWeekly -
February 13, 2008
Unified Communications Uptake Predicted
07 Feb 2008
Though adoption of unified communications has been relatively slow so far, a new report from Datamonitor has identified UC systems as a "trend to watch" in 2008.
Conferencing Goes Hi-Def
08 Feb 2008
GIPS releases the first software-based multiparty high-definition video conferencing solution.
Spinning Out a UC Service
11 Feb 2008
Known mostly for its speech-to-text services, SpinVox announced today its entrance into the unified communications sector with the release of Spinvox CallMail for Call Centers and Spinvox Enterprise Voicemail for medium and large businesses.
The Legacy Ends Here
12 Feb 2008
VirtualLogger initiated a Trade-Up Program for new customers that gives them cash in exchange for their legacy call recording and quality monitoring systems.
Calling on MySpace: Is Anyone Listening?
25 Jan 2008
In November, eBay-owned Skype initiated a strategic partnership with the social networking site MySpace, wherein MySpace would feature and brand Skype services across its instant messenger client.
Speech Technology News
Microsoft Ads Context to Video
06 Feb 2008
At DemoFest yesterday, Microsoft showcased new targeted advertising options for online multimedia. One of the options, Contextual Ads for Video, uses speech recognition technology to mine video content and scroll ads based on the subject of the conversation.
In Other Words
Preparing for Localization
25 Jan 2008
Taking steps in advance means constructing versatile systems.