The most advanced VoiceXML browser for Asterisk ever made. Vxi* 10 is now suitable for production voice and video platforms running with all latest Asterisk 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, (10), 11, 12 kernels! (all Asterisk’s pre-built packages will be available for download soon). This new IVR / IVVR component includes a lot of improvements, all users with previous maintained versions can upgrade today. You can also check our Changelog. Linux OS Distributions 32-bit / 64-bit versions: Debian 7.0 Wheezy Debian 6.0 Squeeze CentOs 6.0-6.4 CentOs 5.4-5.8 You can download these new binary packages from our website. Powered by I6NET Software New features added and modifications: mod: Set transfer variable if callee hangup (near_end_disconnect). add: Internal objects to process function:, set:, get:, execute: and application: prefix. mod: No wait after a grammar command. add: Integration of Ressource Speech for Google Speech API. […]
We are pleased to unveil some key elements of our next Vxi* VoiceXML browser evolution in 2014. Vxi* 10 will be a major change, following Asterisk’s evolution itself. The primary goal is to provide new support to all Asterisk kernels 1.6, 1.8, 10, 11 and 12 for Q1 and Q2. Past year, Vxi* 8.X had already made significant improvements like adding VoiceXML 2.1 full compliance and a better TTS/ASR integration with most engines available in the market. All of this, will be also included into Vxi* 10 framework! [dt_divider style=”narrow”/] Vxi* 8.X, previous release 2013 Asterisk 1.4, 1.6, 1.8 kernel support New Linux OS Debian 7 support VoiceXML 2.1 standard support VoiceXML interpreter improvements and fixes Verbio 9 ASR support Nuance TTS/ ASR improvements with MRCP Nuance SSML integration improvements Others updated for SIP / RTMP channels Vxi* 10, next […]
Asterisk is the most important and successful open source project in Telephony… 86,000 registred community members 170 countries 2 Millions downloads annualy On more than 1 Million servers worldwide In use by most Fortune 500 companies Congratulations!
We are very pleased to present the 7.0 release ref. 2012-03-22 of our VXI* VoiceXML Browser for Asterisk. This new 2012 edition is the most advanced interpreter that can run over Asterisk . As in previous releases, we include specific improvements and new features that will provide you the best IVR / IVVR experience for your voice and video telephony projects. VXI* 7.0 is suitable for production platforms running with all latest Asterisk 1.4, 1.6, 1.8 kernels! (all Asterisk’s packages are available for download too). Many Linux OS Distributions versions available based on: Debian 6.0 Squeeze 32bit | 64bit Debian 5.0 Lenny 32bit | 64bit CentOs 6.0-6.2 32bit | 64bit CentOs 5.4-5.7 32bit | 64bit You can download these new binary packages from this website for registered users. Powered by I6NET Software New features added and modifications: add: Prefix ‘@’ in […]
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 […]
Over the past 12 months, expands use of open source telephony software to 170 countries, releases major upgrade and launches new community project HUNTSVILLE, Ala., January 10, 2011 – Digium® Inc., creator and primary sponsor of the highly successful Asterisk telephony project, caps off a year marked by strong growth in the use of Asterisk and substantial technical advances in the product. Contributions from the open source community matched Digium’s investment in Asterisk over the past year. To date, more than 9,800 people have contributed code to Asterisk, including more than 200 who worked on Asterisk 1.8. After releasing version 1.8 in October, the momentum continued later that month when the company also announced a new open source project, Asterisk SCFTM. Enthusiasm for Asterisk among users, including developers, resellers, integrators and systems administrators, also increased as they downloaded the software […]
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 […]
TMCnet recently interviewed Ivan Sixto, co-founder and president of I6NET and Fakhri Karray, co-founder and president of Vestec about Asterisk-based ASR solutions. Both companies are now entering in the mainstream as a lower-cost, more flexible and obsolescence-resistant alternative to traditional proprietary software for IVR. By Brendan B. Read. Source: TMCnet-Q&A with i6net and Vestec on Asterisk-platform ASR
I6NET is pleased to announce the availability of a comprehensive end-to-end video solution based on I6NET’s innovative VXI* video software components and InnoMedia’s intelligent VSB2000 video endpoint. The solution enables service providers the ability to deploy new video services over Flash/RTMP, 3G-324m, Video-over-IPeasily. I6Net’s VXI* system provides an advanced IVVR media server for customers’ Video Contact Center, Video Conferencing, Video IVR or for the management of any video call transcoding required to connect to non-SIP CPE devices. The VSB 2000 Video Set-Top Box (from InnoMedia) is designed to bring affordable video telephony to the living rooms of the masses. Using a standard TV in every household, VSB 2000 delivers clear and sharp images on the TV Screen with advanced H.264 compression capability. Designed to work with any standard telephone set, VSB 2000 reproduces sound through the handset or the TV […]
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