February 6, 2012

New VXI* Speech Recognition Connector for Google ASR

Today, we are pleased to present a new Speech Recognition Connector for Google ASR. Previously, in 2010, we had added a Text-to-Speech Connector for Google TTS, named CURL and already available for VXI* platforms. Online Speech Recognition services are becoming very interesting for mobile phones and applications like Apple Siri (iOS) and Google Voice (Android). Obviously, these services over the Cloud don’t provide a realtime speech recognition and require an internet access to work but you get easily all speech recognized words in a simple text chain from a pre-recorded message. This approach is more and more accepted by users thanks to the iPhone 4S experience with Siri. Of course, the grammar structure is not really powerful compare to a VoiceXML-ASR realtime integration but for trainings and demo services, it could be very useful. Now, you can use Google TTS/ASR from […]
August 9, 2010

New VXI* Text-to-Speech Connector for Google Translate

We are please to announce one more TTS connector for our VXI* VoiceXML browser, now ready for the Google Translate Text-to-Speech engine. This new TTS option called CURL connector is available with our last VXI* 5.0 release suite, you can get it at our Xtras* addons download area: It’s a very interesting solution for Cloud IVR or any convergent Web 2.0 phone services. Google Translate TTS is a cloud service available for many languages; stay tunned at our blog. Download: More information:
October 22, 2009

Meetings at Silicon Valley with MadriTech

Great and sunny days here at Silicon Valley where we are meetings Google’s teams thanks to PromoMadrid, StepOne Ventures, Enterprise Europe Network and CEIM for MadriTech event. Here, Ivan Sixto I6NET cofounder from Google Inc, 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy, Mountain View, CA, United States 😉 Map: Google Inc. Mountain View