March 22, 2011

New VXI* VoiceXML browser 6.0 released!

We very are pleased to present the 2011’s release 6.0 ref. 2011-03-18 of our VXI* VoiceXML Browser for Asterisk. There’s a lot of improvements and new specific features like the ringback tones over VoiceXML, advanded TTS/ASR functions,… that will provide you the best IVR experience for your voice and video telephony projects. VXI* 6.0 is suitable for production platforms running with all lastest Asterisk 1.4, 1.6 and now 1.8 kernels! (all Asterisk’s packages are available for download too). Linux OS kernels versions available: Debian 6.0 Squeeze (New) Debian 5.0 Lenny (Updated) CentOs 5.4 (Updated) NOTE: Debian 4.0 Etch and 3.0 Sarge (Discontinued) You can download these new binary packages from this website for registered users. Powered by I6NET Software New features added and modifications: add: License option to disable the VoiceXML session. add: CLI command originate to generate a call (and […]
March 18, 2011

I6NET and IVONA Text-To-Speech Partner To Provide New TTS Technology and Voices For VXI* VoiceXML Browser on Asterisk Platforms

March 18th, 2011, Madrid, Spain and Gdynia, Poland. IVONA Text-to-Speech, global speech technology provider, and I6NET, provider of IP/3G telephony IVR/IVVR solutions for Asterisk, today announced the availability of a new IVONA Text-to-Speech (TTS) connector to the VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk platforms. With VXI*, customers can access IVONA high-quality TTS voices to send and receive voice and video messages, listen to phone podcasts, newspaper articles, etc., all leveraging IVONA’s highly intelligible, human-like Text-to-Speech. The VXI* high-optimization integration with Asterisk provides advanced voice and video services, including protocol conversion, SSML, media conversion and streaming, application logic and third party integration. It supports industry standards for and is compatible with all devices supported by Asterisk. “IVONA is more than a high-quality Text-to-Speech engine for our VXI* VoiceXML solutions,” explained Iván Sixto, CEO and Business Development Manager of I6NET. “They are able to enhance […]
March 2, 2011

VXI* VoiceXML Browser 6.0 coming soon…

A new VXI* 6.0 release of our VoiceXML browser for Asterisk will be soon available for new IVR / IVVR production platforms. This new package suite comes with Xtras* Extensions for all Linux Distributions for 32bit and 64bit. Some updates of this new 6.0 release are: New Xtras* Extensions updated New Text-to-Speech (TTS) engines availables New Speech Recognition (ASR) engines availables Video 3G/IP and Flash/RTMP extensions updated Ringback tones through VoiceXML Code improvements and corrections
February 22, 2011

Flash applications remote-controlled by a phone call

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 […]
December 8, 2010

VXI* adds MRCP support to connect your VoiceXML Speech Recognition Applications over Asterisk

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 […]
July 5, 2010

Add a Flash/RTMP Server Channel to your VXI* platform

We are please to announce a new important feature for voice & video services over our next release of VXI* 5.1: Flash/RTMP for Asterisk / VXI* is an add-on channel driver for Asterisk-based PBX systems. Adding Flash/RTMP for Asterisk to any Asterisk server enables complete access to manage bi-directional video calls from a Web browser with a Flash player. More information: Xtras* Flash/RTMP Server Channel
June 6, 2010

XeniaLab: Monza 2010 Training beyond Asterisk and VXI*

We are very please to share some pictures from our partner XeniaLab Training at Monza – Italy. Thanks to Diego and all XeniaLab’s team for this great event about Unified Communications over Asterisk, OpenSIPS, VXI* (VoiceXML, ASR, …), WebPhones…etc More: XeniaLab Unified Collaboration Communication Monza 2010
June 4, 2010

New documentation edition for VXI* 5.0

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 hypercache connector updated New Speech Recognition (ASR) connector added MRCP v1 and v2 for ASR installation Video 3G/IP addon updated Transfer tag 2.1 updated VoiceXML reference guide updated for VXI* 5.0 Download: [download id=”17″ format=”1″ autop=”false”] More information at: Documents Thank your for your support!
June 2, 2010

New VXI* VoiceXML browser 5.0 released!

The final VXI* VoiceXML browser 5.0  ref. 2010-05-21 32bit and 64bit is now released. This new release is suitable for production platforms running with all lastest Asterisk 1.4 and 1.6 kernels (both Asterisk’s packages are available for download too). Like our previous release, VXI* 5.0 has been built to run over Asterisk EC2 or Xen virtual servers. Stay tuned to the blog to keep up to date on our progress or check out our lasts builds. You can download these new binary packages from this website for registered users. Powered by I6NET Software New features added and modifications: mod: Add force Flash/RTMP for the future RTMP channel. mod: Correction to avoid the crash when the object http don’t get parameters. mod: Correction to use h324m with Asterisk 1.6. add: Support audiofetch attribut. add: Cache manager to purge automatically the TTS cache. […]
May 11, 2010

I6NET and Orecx partner to offer IVR over Voice Recording solutions to Asterisk platform

Madrid, Spain and Chicago, USA. May 10, 2010 — I6NET, a company specializing in sophisticated VoiceXML browsers for speech applications, and Orecx, a company specializing in voice recording, announced a partnership today for integration of their products for the Asterisk telephony platform. The combination of I6NET VXI* VoiceXML browser and Oreka Voice Recorder significantly improve the value proposition of implementing sophisticated solutions with Asterisk. VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk provides the ability to rapidly develop and deploy innovative VoiceXML-controlled voice and video applications in VoIP, PSTN, and 3G-324M networks. VXI* is fully compliant with W3C VoiceXML 2.0 and some 2.1 specifications, and can easily integrate automatic speech recognition (ASR) and text-to-speech (TTS) systems to enable advanced IVR/IVVR applications, voice and video communications, and real-time video calling applications. VXI* interpreter is pluggable into standard Digium Asterisk PBX releases. The solution is […]