May 3, 2010

Vectec Speech Recognition is now available for VXI*

Today, we are please to announce that Vectec Speech Recognition Engine (ASR)  is now available for VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk. It’s a new oportunity for customers to deploy advanced IVR that boasts high accuracy, low price, standard grammar, large vocabulary, and scalable architecture. We will publish more information about this new connector and ASR very soon, stay tunned at our blog. More information about Vestec:
March 19, 2010

VXI* VoiceXML browser 4.4 Cloud Ready IVR software for Amazon EC2 virtual servers

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!
March 1, 2010

GetVocal, inc. unveils Teleku Phone Web Services

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 […]
January 26, 2010

Automatic-Speech-Recognition (ASR) for VXI* update

We are increasing the number of speech engines connected to VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk. We are now udpdating the information about all Speech-Recognition Engines supported by our products. If you are selecting a new ASR engines for your Asterisk projects, please contact us. More information: Thank you for your continuous support!
January 12, 2010

Text-to-Speech (TTS) for VXI* update

Thanks to all our technologies and VAR partners who are increasing the number of speech engines connected to VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk. We are now udpdating the information about all Text-to-Speech supported by our products. If you are selecting a new TTS engine for your Asterisk projects, please contact us. More information: Thank you for your continuous support!
December 26, 2009

New VXML, WAV, 3GP samples for VXI*

Please find here some scripts and prompts samples for VXI*. Many others applications are also available at our  VoicexML hosting website To download our samples (for registered users) go to:
October 14, 2009

Art-Picker brings art to people in a surprising new way

Art-Picker is a mobile service transaction platform where art meets the buyer (art-picker) in a surprising new way. Artists, Curators, Decorators, gallery owners, running exhibitions in the real world and not on the internet can join the platform and start selling through mobileBid.  MobileBidding with Art-Picker brings art to people in a surprising new way : see, bid and pick artwork. Link to Youtube: Art-Picker is not a website to sell artwork. It is a transactional platform to sell exhibited artwork in the real world, by mobile phone. The seller does not have to be present. No subscription, no fees for buyers. Potential buyers see the artwork and can make bids, silently, by using their mobile phone. There is no price labelling, only artwork’s references and a telephone number. An exciting new way to generate spontaneous sales, taking in […]
September 18, 2009

New VXI* VoiceXML browser 4.2 released!

The final VXI* VoiceXML browser 4.2  ref. 2009-09-18 32bits/64bits is now released. These new release is suitable for production platforms running with all lastest Asterisk 1.4 and 1.6 kernels. Stay tuned to the blog to keep up to date on our progress or check out our lasts builds. You can download these new packages from this website for registered users. Powered by I6NET Software New features added and modifications: mod: Correction for speech using (disable speech if no grammar active). mod: Support returning speech results during controled prompts. add: Support VOICE/SRGS (application/srgs+xml) load grammars. add: Record types “format/…” to support all the Asterisk formats. add: Support DTMF/JSGF (text/x-grammar-choice-dtmf) load grammars. add: blindapplication parameter (select an application or use a end dial). add: CDR option cdrconference to enable CDR generation for the conferences. add: Add append variable/function feature (with ‘+=’). mod: Correction […]
August 25, 2009

10th anniversary of VoiceXML, the W3C speech-based interactive application standard mark-up language

Today Agust 25, 2009; marks the 10th anniversary of “the first draft of VoiceXML” (meaning Rev 0.9). There is no question that the W3C-sanctioned standard for a mark-up language for developers of speech-based interactive applications is what makes “Telephony 2.0” possible. With VoiceXML you have all you need to build the sorts of ‘rich phone apps’ at the root of better customer self-service, as well as mobile versions of popular search, messaging and social networking applications. According to OpusResearch  “Foundations” report (issued earlier this year), that businesses will spend roughly $2 billion on speech applications and platforms (both on premises and “in the cloud). Even in this chilly world economy, we see low, double-digit growth in spending as the well-defined standard, coupled with well understood API’s into mature “platforms” fosters proliferation of truly useful (and usable) multi-modal applications that integrate […]
August 24, 2009

VXI* Cloud Beta Program, released!

We are pleased to announce the open beta of Cloud VXI* VoiceXML for Asterisk is ready to begin and we look forward to you participation. All registred users to this program will receive today the lasted VXI* 4.2 packages to run on al virtual OS ready for Cloud. This software and license keys are only  available for users who have previously register to the VXI* Cloud Beta Program to follow any feedback with I6NET’s Support team. Thank you for your continuous support!