Text-to-speech specialist CereProc has unveiled version 3.0 of its core synthesis technology, introducing a range of features including iPhone compatibility, improved performance and support for an enhanced range of languages.
Launching version 3.0 of its core synthesis engine, CereVoice http://www.cereproc.com/products/sdk , the UK's only text-to-speech (TTS) solutions company has updated the service to enhance accessibility and performance.
Voices with character and personality have been included in more languages than ever before, and introduction of support for iOS brings the technology to mobile phones and tablets for the first time.
"We're delighted to be able to introduce CereVoice to a whole new international audience with theintroduction of three major languages. Our mission has always been to make this an international offering, and this release is an important step forward in our strategy to offer a truly global solution," said CereProc CEO, Paul Welham who looks to a seven figure turnover from the new version.
"This is an exciting time for the company, and we’re looking forward to talking with potential new partners in France and Italy who are interested in deploying or distributing high quality text-to-speech systems in their local markets."
Responding to a blend of increased opportunity and global demand, CereProc have added French, Spanish and Italian to the existing language portfolio of English and German, while increasing the number of English language accents to include US male and Scottish male voices.
The updated diverse range of voices and accents serve to enhance user experience, optimising performance and reception of realistic speech solutions among local or regional users.
The increased choice of languages heads up a range of new features and upgrades in CereVoice 3.0:
Although the new English, US and Scottish voices have been added to CereProc’s commercial library, the advanced speech technology experts have made the Scottish male voice available free to schools in Scotland via the Scottish Voice website. LISTEN