GTE Internetworking's Speech and Language Processing Group Wins Best of Show at CT Expo '98
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GTE Internetworking's Speech and Language Processing Group was awarded 'Best of Show' at the Computer Telephony Expo '98 held in Los Angeles, California. The Group received top honors from this premier industry event for its flagship product, the BBN Hark Recognizer(TM), a large vocabulary, speaker-independent, continuous speech recognition engine.
Specifically designed for telephony applications, the BBN Hark Recognizer integrates all speech features and capabilities into a single application, making installation, deployment and management easy and efficient. The BBN HARK Developer's Toolkit(TM) augments the HARK Recognizer and provides the speech engineer with powerful tools to quickly build and tune speech applications. The Toolkit's capability for rapid prototyping significantly reduces application development time.
'A noisy trade show floor was the perfect place to demonstrate HARK's exceptional speech recognition in even the most challenging environments,' said Erich Bender, Vice President, Speech and Language Processing Group. 'Receiving this award from the most knowledgeable people in the business is quite a tribute to all of our scientists and engineers."
CT Expo is the largest show in the computer telephony industry, with over 600 companies participating. Editors from Computer Telephony magazine and appointed judges visited booths during the show and noted new applications, upgrades and other significant products. Winners were then cited in the April 1998 issue of Computer Telephony.
About GTE Internetworking's Speech and Language Processing Group
GTE Internetworking's Speech and Language Processing Group has been a leader in the development and application of speech recognition and associated technologies for over twenty-five years. The group offers a full range of professional services, and leading-edge technology to support the creation of custom speech-based solutions for the call center, central office, and automotive environments. It also offers off-the-shelf, turn-key applications including TravelXpress(TM), a product designed to offset the cost to travel agencies of handling non-revenue-generating information calls and routine reservations. Agencies estimate that this service for their business travel customers will save from 40% - 60% of the cost of using a live agent to handle these routine calls.
About GTE Internetworking
GTE Internetworking, a unit of GTE Corporation (NYSE:GTE), includes the former BBN Corporation, which 28 years ago developed the ARPANET, the forerunner to today's Internet, and GTE Intelligent Network Services, which provides Internet services to consumers and small businesses.
GTE Internetworking offers customers, from consumers to Fortune 500 companies, a full spectrum of integrated Internet services using IP networking technologies. GTE Internetworking delivers complete network solutions, including dial-up and dedicated Internet access, high-performance Web hosting, managed Internet security, network management, systems integration, and Web-based application development for integrating the Internet into business operations. GTE Internetworking draws upon BBN's expertise in funded research and development of advanced technologies, including satellites, digital radio, multigigabit routers, security, and speech, and GTE's strong existing telecommunications services, including local and long distance, wireless, paging, video, and Internet.
The BBN HARK Products are trademarks of BBN and GTE Corporations.