June 20th, 2011, Madrid, Spain. We are pleased to announce the availability of Lumenvox Text-to-Speech (TTS) connector to the VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk platforms. It’s new TTS option but it’s really interesting because Lumenvox is able to provide both ASR and TTS engines for VXI*. In 2008, It was the first Speech Recognition provider for Asterisk and the first one running with the VXI* VoiceXML browser too. Lumenvox TTS voices are available in: British English, American English, American Spanish with many more coming soon, e.g. French, Australian English, German. More information about TTS connectors for VXI* here. Other Posts: Lumenvox, Speech Recognition as a Service Lumenvox Speech Engine 9.0 for VXI* VoiceXML browser VXI* adds MRCP support for ASR…
New VXI* VoiceXML browser 6.1 has been enhanced with new commands line to provide more information to administrators. VXI* data logs are now managed easier from the Asterisk *CLI>; today get online information about all the calls, sessions, accounts, statistics, cache … your IVR/IVVR management becomes simple (for example): hostname*CLI> vxml show version Version : V6.1 Build with : CVS Revision : $Revision: 1.469 $ Gcc : V4.3 Arch : 32 bits Target : i686 Asterisk : V22.214.171.124 _ : by hudson@debian-50-i386 _ : on i686/Linux 2010-09-06 23:01:26 UTC Options sum : Date : May 24 2011 10:04:30 hostname*CLI> Find here the new commands line dumped with Asterisk *CLI>: Help vxml cache | Cache actions *New vxml debug | Enable VoiceXML application debugging *New vxml no debug Disable | VoiceXML application […]
Build your video IVR menus using SVG format. VXI* VoiceXML Browser 6.0 supports SVG format with the vxml <audio> tag like major web browsers does! With this feature, implementing a nice video menus or adding a wallpaper picture become really easier to design and to update. No pixels resizing, your content will always fit well into your phone video screen. Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a family of specifications of an XML-based file format for describing two-dimensional vector graphics, both static and dynamic. The SVG specification is an open standard that has been under development by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1999. SVG images and their behaviors are defined in XML text files. SVG Free Editor Tool: InkScape Open Source SVG editor for many OS (Mac, Linux, Windows) Website – http://www.inkscape.org Please contact us for more information
Find here a small example about how to implement a VoiceXML callback feature for your IVR service. VXI* won’t pikup the call of the caller, a ringback tone is playing before handup. Once the call is hangup, the platform callback the caller (caller ID or session.connection.remote.uri). A callback service is a very good idea to avoid call charges for your customers when they are calling you. account1: Call 0001 the IVR pickup the call… and execute your service (charged if you call it directly) account2: Call 0002 the IVR don’t pickup the call… ringbacktone message and call back you to execute your service (free call, with callback) System Requirements: Asterisk 1.4, 1.6, 1.8 VXI* VoiceXML browser 6.0 or upper VoIP or E1/T1 carrier must support ringbacktone/earlymedia VoiceXML Accounts: vxml.conf [account1] name=voicexml_service number=0001 url=http://localhost/vxml/index.vxml dialformat=SIP/%s [account2] name=notanswer_callback number=0002 url=http://localhost/vxml/callback.vxml dialformat=SIP/%s force=ringing […]
To create amazing services that provide significant value added you have to break barriers. Today’s example shows how you can connect two very different technology environments, a Flash application and a Telephony service. Have you ever think about it before? It’s something you can do thanks to our ultimate Xtras* Flash/RTMP server channel for VXI* over Asterisk. This RTMP channel is a small Flash server which can connect a phone number through VoiceXML to a Flash applet. For example, a user can call with his own phone to move a paddle using the keypad of a Pong video game coded in Flash. No specific telephony developments are required. There’s hundred of business opportunities that could require to connect a Flash service and Telephony to get feedback from consumers. What for: Interactive Outdoor Advertising Dynamic Marketing (video, flash, TV displays, shopping […]
A ringback tone is an audible indication that is heard on the telephone line by the caller while the phone they called is still in use. It is normally a repeated tone, designed to assure the calling party that the called party’s line is ringing, although the ring-back tone may be a song or now any dynamic voice content. The ultimate VXI* VoiceXML browser 6.0 is able to execute a VoiceXML session during ringback tone for your phone services. Now you can provide information or get caller ID during all ringback tone with or without call pikup. You can also create personalized contents for each caller. Beneficts: Caller ID detection Duration, according to your carrier (arround 30s … 60s) Text-to-Speech or pre-recorded contents Easy to configure with VXML accounts Callback services (thru VoiceXML) No costs for callers! Requirements: Asterisk 1.4 […]
Next VXI* VoiceXML Browser for Asterisk releases 6.X (in development) are supporting RFC 5552. Commonly, application servers controlling media servers use this protocol for pure VoiceXML processing capabilities. This protocol is an adjunct to the full MEDIACTRL protocol and packages mechanism. More information: http://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/rfc5552/
Since latest 5.X releases, all VXI* platforms can add a new Xtras* MRCP Client interface to run any VoiceXML Standard Speech Recognition Application over Asterisk VXI* The VoiceXML Browser for Asterisk includes for free a new Xtras* Extension for UniMRCP project. UniMRCP is the open source cross-platform MRCP project, which provides everything required for the implementation and deployment of both an MRCP client and an MRCP server. UniMRCP encapsulates SIP/MRCPv2, RTSP, SDP and RTP/RTCP stacks and provides integrators with an MRCP v1 and v2 user level API. We are pleased to announce the VXI* / UniMRCP interoperability to easily create advanced multimedia VoiceXML applications over Asterisk. The uniMRCP Client interface allows now to connect your favorite Speech Recognition Engines from big vendors using their own MRCP server without any additional cost. MRCP/ASR Servers for VXI*: Loquendo Lumenvox Nuance Vestec Telisma […]
We present a new update of the VXI* VoiceXML Browser guides; these new PDF files are now available at our download documents section. Some updated elements are: New documentation design New Installation guide New Complementary Software guide Xtras* Extensions updated Text-to-Speech and Speech Recognition installation updates VoiceXML reference guide updated for VXI* 5.2 Download: [download id=”96″ format=”1″ autop=”false”] [download id=”97″ format=”1″ autop=”false”] [download id=”98″ format=”1″ autop=”false”] More information at: Documents Thank your for your support!
We present a new update of the VXI* VoiceXML browser Manual; these new PDF file is now available at our download documents section. Some updated elements are: New Xtras* addons packages updated New Text-to-Speech connector updated New Flash/RTMP Server Channel addon for VXI* 5.1 VoiceXML reference guide updated for VXI* 5.1 Download: [download id=”84″ format=”1″ autop=”false”] More information at: Documents Thank your for your support!