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ART Ports Voice Recognition Engine to Analog Devices’ DSPs

Added: (Tue Aug 21 2001)

Pressbox (Press Release) - ART joins ADI’s third party DSP collaborative

Contact: Yakov Shulman
ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Ltd.
+972-3-642-7242, ext. 121

Gabi Artzi
ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc.

Atlanta, Georgia, USA, August 21, 2001. ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc., a global leader in natural Human User Interface technologies, announced that it will port its breakthrough smARTspeak NG voice recognition algorithm to Blackfin™ family DSPs from Analog Devices. In addition, ART has joined Analog Devices’ DSP Collaborative™ as a Third Party Partner.

“We are delighted that ART will port its smARTspeak NG engine to our DSPs," said Mark Gardner, Analog Devices’ DSP Business Development Director. "Porting smARTspeak NG means it joins the ranks of over 400 of the world’s best products that make the DSP design challenge faster, easier and more competitive, helping customers reduce time-to-market for new product development."

"ART is proud to join the Analog Devices DSP Collaborative, and we’re confident that its customers will be delighted with the comprehensive range of voice functionality that the smARTspeak NG now adds," said Yakov Shulman, ART’s VP Sales. "We believe it will enhance Analog Devices’ offering of world-class technology solutions into today’s fiercely competitive marketplace."

More About smARTspeak NG
First to successfully combine all Voice Dialing and Control functions for speaker independent and speaker dependent systems, smARTspeak NG’s comprehensive voice recognition algorithm was designed as an all-in-one bundle for operation in the tight processing power environment of today’s mass-market cellular handsets.

The bundle's unique technology means that instead of having to choose between speaker dependent or independent features, OEMs can now simply deploy the one embedded software on all new cellular handsets, and customize whichever functions are required.

Combining a decade of ART’s award-winning technologies, smARTspeak NG‘s leading-edge developments offer voice-enabled features such as name dialing, continuous digit dialing, menu navigation and device control. It also includes ART’s latest innovation: a Speaker Independent Digit Dialing function with adaptation possibility for heavily accented International English - or any other language spoken with dialect. This simple 30-second adaptation allows further personalization according to the needs of each user.

About Analog Devices’ DSP Collaborative
Analog Devices DSP Collaborative is a comprehensive collection of digital signal processing development support companies. Comprised of independent companies and design service consultants, the DSP Collaborative partners provide commercial-off-the-shelf products and development tools that make it easy to develop, debug and deploy real-time embedded systems.

More About ART
Established in 1990, ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc., is the acknowledged pioneer and market leader in Natural User systems of embedded Voice and Handwriting Recognition for mobile devices. ART has generated a decade of software innovation and today develops and markets technologically superior solutions for the control and command of the full range of mobile devices by the human voice and natural handwriting.

Through its range of proprietary technologies based on unique, signal-processing algorithms, ART provides next-generation human user interface solutions for cellular handsets, smartphones, mobile communicators, PDAs and handhelds, and automotive systems.

Today, ART’s embedded software-only solutions are deployed in dozens of product lines from industry leaders such as Acer, Agere Systems – Optimay, A.T. Cross, Casio, Franklin, GVC, Hutel, Konka, LGE, Maxon, Microsoft, Motorola, NeoPoint, Panasonic, Philips, Quanta, Samsung, Siemens Automotive, and TTPCom.

Based in the United States, with sales offices on the East and West Coasts, ART maintains a wholly owned Israeli subsidiary -- ART Ltd. -- where research and development are conducted. ART is active in the US, European, and Asian markets.

smARTspeak NG™ is a trademark of ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc. Blackfin® is a registered trademark of Analog Devices Inc. Names of other companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

For more about ART, see http://www.artcomp.com, or contact Yakov Shulman, VP Sales at yakov@artcomp.com.

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