eurovoice objects 4.0 available now
eurovoice objects 4.0 runtime royalty-free computer telephony toolkit was released on 17th February 2012.
- Featuring an all new, high performance, native .NET component, developed with fully managed code.
- Create 64-bit applications running under Windows 7, Windows Server 2008R2 or Windows 2012 Server.
- Deploy greater line densities than before - ideal for Managed Service Providers.
- Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008R2 and Windows 2012 Server.
- New SMS component enables development of high volume inbound and outbound texting applications.
- Ability to create 64-bit applications for both PIKA and Dialogic based implementations.
- Rapidly develop in VB.NET or C#.NET, using Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Studio 2012 with .NET Framework 4.0
New customers may find out more about eurovoice objects 4.0 here.
High-density IVR for Managed Service Providers
Telephony Service Providers, both cloud-based and independent, are using eurovoice objects as a means to deliver high-availability IVR and call-routing applications to their customers.
With eurovoice objects 4.0, greater line densities per server can be achieved, saving on server costs and valuable rack space. Furthermore, with support for 64-bit operating systems, eurovoice objects 4.0 becomes a cost effective and reliable computer telephony platform on which to deliver your services.
With over 18 years experience of providing carrier grade solutions, eurovoice has the expertise to help you deliver robust, reliable, high-availability call handling services. Our existing managed platform customers are handling millions of calls per month on systems in excess of 2,000 inbound and outbound lines.
Contact us today to discuss your requirements.
evo 4.0 and Speech Technology
Recent advances in speech recognition and text-to-speech have made these complementary technologies more cost-effective and easier to use. Our speech technology add-ons allow the rapid integration of speech recognition and text-to-speech engines from a variety of suppliers, thanks to open standards such as MRCPv2.
Speech recognition continues to gain user acceptance for situations where:-
- too many menu options make DTMF input cumbersome
- the user is likely to be calling from a mobile telephone, making the pressing of buttons difficult
- there is a need for a large vocabulary, such as accessing a company directory.
Text-to-speech synthesis now sounds much more natural than ever. It is ideal for situations where:-
- dynamic information is to be delivered on a call-by-call basis
- there is too much information to pre-record - such as confirmation of peoples names
- messages change rapidly, making recording impractical or too expensive.
We have been deploying speech recognition and text-to-speech solutions since 1985. Our knowledge and expertise, not only of the underlying technology, but also of the major speech technology suppliers, can help your business successfully deploy leading edge solutions.
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