The Vestec Speech Engine has been designed as a powerful, low-cost, standards-based alternative to conventional ASRs for small vocabulary continuous speech applications. We are pleased to share with you the latest information about this ASR engine from our partner Vestec. VXI* VoiceXML Browser for Asterisk runs Vectec ASR thru a native connector (included with VXI*) or MRCP Client. A very important annoucement from Vestec is the availability of new 20 voice accoustic models for most european languages and many others. New 24 languages: Some important features: Low price High accuracy Medium vocabulary SGRS Grammars SISR Tags MRCP Support Scalable architecture New languages Brochure: [download id=”152″ format=”1″ autop=”false”] Vestec is I6NET’s Congress Partner at next MWC 2012 Barcelona. Ulex Innovative Systems booth at French Pavilion UbiFrance Hall 2, 2F49 exhibit Days 27, 28. More information: Meet us at next Mobile World […]
Speech Recogntion is a key component for voice portal services but most of time business and resources requirements doesn’t match with service needs. Our partner LumenVox‘s new subscription licensing allows you to access its fully featured speech recognition software. To use a subscription license, you will need to have Internet access on your VXI* platforms in order to access the Internet-based LumenVox license server. The actual speech recognition will be performed by your machines, meaning all you transmit to and from LumenVox’s data center are license requests. This ensures minimal bandwidth use, but does require that you run your own speech servers. Thanks to Lumenvox Speech Recognition SaaS, new Voice Service Business Models are now possible and this kind of approach fit very well with Cloud Interactive Telephony Projects powered by VXI* VoiceXML platforms.
Press release: Astricon 2008, October 23th – PRWEB Madrid, Spain and San Diego, California (PRWEB) September 23, 2008 — I6NET, a company specializing in Interactive Voice & Video Response technologies, and LumenVox, a speech recognition software company, announced today the release of VXI* 3.1. VXI* enables thousands of existing VXML applications to run on the Asterisk PBX platform, and new speech recognition solutions to be built affordably. “The release of VXI*, powered by the LumenVox Speech Engine, allows the large pool of VXML developers to run existing speech applications on the Asterisk platform or to develop new ones that are standards-based,” commented Bill Meisel, president of TMA Associates and Publisher & Editor of Speech Strategy News. “The widespread use of the Asterisk platform presents an opportunity for VoiceXML developers to increase adoption of speech solutions in cost-sensitive markets. And who […]