SVOX and Teleca to facilitate wider adoption of speech in consumer electronics
SVOX announces a cooperation agreement with Teleca to enable speech user interfaces on a wide range of consumer electronic devices
Teleca’s Head of Solutions, Andrew Till said, “We have chosen to partner with SVOX because of their industry-leading quality and innovative products. Speech is an increasingly important component of multimodal user interfaces and the SVOX partnership will enable Teleca to offer its automotive and mobile customers complete solutions with pre-integrated speech. Teleca will complement its own solutions for echo cancelling and noise reduction with SVOX speech technologies to provide solutions for such consumer electronics as personal navigation devices and automotive hands free systems.”
Mr. Reber noted that “SVOX strives to make integration of speech solutions as easy as possible. By partnering with Teleca, a leading player in several SVOX markets, we will make it even more straightforward for OEMs and service providers to add speech to their automotive and mobile products.”
SVOX, a leading supplier of embedded speech solutions, has a reputation for quality and customer focus. SVOX drives adoption of speech user interfaces in automotive and mobile device industries. The company offers Speech Recognition (ASR), Speech Output (TTS) as well as complete Speech Dialog solutions. Our focus on quality and the use of flexible software architectures allows for optimized embedded speech solutions that can be easily tailored to customers’ technical requirements and market needs. For more information, please visit: www.svox.com.
Teleca is a world-leading supplier of software services to the mobile communications industry. We offer world class operations and execution capability, both on-site and offshore. Using tailored solutions, systems design, integration and testing we help drive down development time and costs for leading industry players. Teleca has about 2,000 employees in 10 countries in Asia, Europe and North America.
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