Madrid, Spain and Waterloo, Canada (PRWEB) May 7, 2010 — I6NET, a company specializing in sophisticated VoiceXML browsers for speech applications, and Vestec, a company specializing in robust affordable speech recognition engines, announced a partnership today for integration of their products for the Asterisk telephony platform. The combination of I6NET VXI* VoiceXML browser and Vestec Speech Engine significantly reduces the cost, time, and difficulty of implementing sophisticated speech recognition 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 […]
A new VXI* 5.0 release of our VoiceXML browser for Asterisk will be soon available. This new package suite of VXI* with Xtras addons will include all Linux Distributions for 32bit and 64bit. This new release will start to be implemented for new IVR / IVVR production platforms. Some updates of this new 5.0 release 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 Video 3G/IP addon updated Transfer tag 2.1 updated Code improvements and bugs corrections
… And the winner is: “CentOS 5”. Since VXI* 4.4 last release our software suite is available in several Linux OS binary packages to get a fast,easy and reliable intalation process. Most of developers and users are selecting CentOS packages (CentOS, Redhat, Mandriva,…). Concerning, 64bit vs 32bit systems adoption represent less than 20% for now but it’s growing fast for new servers CPU/RAM (>4Gb). More: http://www.i6net.com/downloads/
Opus Research is featuring I6NET in an article by Dan Miller entitled “Version of VXI* for Asterisk Now Runs in Amazon EC2 Cloud”. Here is a brief snippet: Earlier this month the the folks at i6Net Technologies showcased the release of a new version of its VXI* VoiceXML browser here. In a series of subsequent posts, the site offered pointers or suggestions regarding implementation of VXI* as a “plug in” for Asterisk-based IP-PBX’s including a set of virtual solutions where the browser is running in association with an instantiation of Asterisk 1.4 virtual PBX in Amazon’s EC2 (Elactic Compute Cloud) data centers […] Optimization of EC2 to boost the performance of Asterisk seems to have begun in earnest roughly a year ago. Adding speech-enabled IVR using i6net’s beta program for testing VXI based VoiceXML scripts in EC2 began the following […]
VXI* VoiceXML browser 4.4 for Asterisk, Cloud-Ready EC2 Telephony Solution. After months,working with the VXI* Cloud Beta Program, we are please to unveil VXI* last packages have been built and tested to run over EC2 Virtual Servers with a special activation key (production servers). Now, you can build your own virtual IVR servers for your VoiceXML applications or manage yourself a Cloud Telephony Service. Recommended final packages for EC2: » Cloud Ready: CentOS 5 VXI* 4.4 / Asterisk 1.4 for EC2 32bit | 64bit VXI* VoiceXML browser can run with more virtual OS environnements, but current activation keys are only available for Amazon EC2 virtual servers. Thank you for your continuous support!
Please find here, VXI* 4.4 Text-to-Speech addon updates for Cepstral, Flite and Verbio Speech Engines. If you are selecting others TTS for your project, more Xtras* addon packages will be updated very soon; stay tunned at our blog… You can download these new binary packages from this website for registered users. » Linux 32bit : Debian Etch | Debian Lenny | CentOs 5 | Debian Sarge | More… » Linux 64bit : Debian Etch | Debian Lenny | CentOs 5 | More… Powered by I6NET Software
Teleku is a new Cloud Service to host your Phone Applications built using PhoneML® (GetVocal), TwiML® (Twilio) and to run over VoiceXML standard platforms Today most advanced IVR platforms run standard phone applications based on VoiceXML language. Since more than 10 years, telephony platforms are adopting VoiceXML for many reasons, easy portability of all applications and system’s interoperability. Anyway, web developers or many other programmers can consider VoiceXML sometimes complex and provide too many features for common interfaces. For these reasons, many new phone APIs try to use simpler XML or JSON programing languages to control a phone service. Companies like Twilio use TwiML®, a very simple XML phone scripting language or GetVocal with PhoneML®. The Teleku cloud platform runs phone applications written in GetVocal’s® PhoneML®, Twilio’s® TwiML®, and traditional VoiceXML. You can even mix XML/JSON libraries on a Web […]
A new VXI* 4.4 release of our VoiceXML browser for Asterisk will be soon available. This new package suite of VXI* with Xtras addons will include all Linux Distributions for 32bit and 64bit. This new release will start to be implemented for new IVR / IVVR production platforms. Some updates of this new 4.4 release are: New Xtras* addons packages rebuilt to run with VXI* 4.4 Asterisk 1.6 package added (mandatory for new video features) Text-to-Speech (TTS) new connectors updated Video 3G/IP addon updated Code improvements and bugs corrections
February 24th, 2010, Turin, Italy and Madrid, Spain. Loquendo, global speech technology provider, and I6NET, provider of IP/3G telephony IVR/IVVR solutions for Asterisk, today announced a new updated for their integration of Loquendo Text-to-Speech (TTS) into VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk platforms. With VXI*, customers can connect Loquendo’s high-quality TTS voices to send and receive voice and video messages, access podcasts, newspapers, etc., all leveraging on Loquendo’s highly intelligible and human-like text-to-speech. VXI* use a high-optimized integration with Asterisk that provides advanced voice & 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.
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: Installation process for Digium Boards Dadhi / Zaptel New Video IP/3G features VoiceXML reference guide updated for VXI* 4.3 More information at: Documents Thank your for your support!