We are pleased to unveil some key elements of our next Vxi* VoiceXML browser evolution in 2014. Vxi* 10 will be a major change, following Asterisk’s evolution itself. The primary goal is to provide new support to all Asterisk kernels 1.6, 1.8, 10, 11 and 12 for Q1 and Q2. Past year, Vxi* 8.X had already made significant improvements like adding VoiceXML 2.1 full compliance and a better TTS/ASR integration with most engines available in the market.

All of this, will be also included into Vxi* 10 framework!

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Vxi* 8.X, previous release 2013

  • Asterisk 1.4, 1.6, 1.8 kernel support
  • New Linux OS Debian 7 support
  • VoiceXML 2.1 standard support
  • VoiceXML interpreter improvements and fixes
  • Verbio 9 ASR support
  • Nuance TTS/ ASR improvements with MRCP
  • Nuance SSML integration improvements
  • Others updated for SIP / RTMP channels

Vxi* 10, next release 2014

  • Asterisk 10, 11, 12 kernel support (Q2-2014)
  • VoiceXML interpreter improvements and fixes
  • .rpm linux packaging for Redhat / Centos
  • .deb linux packaging for Debian
  • ALICE Natural Language interface for VoiceXML
  • Telisma, Vestec ASR engine support improvements
  • MRCP v1 and v2 updates for TTS / ASR engines
  • New CDR Stats integration (for Asterisk 11)
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