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LumenVox Introduces Spanish Support

San Diego, CA (July 23, 2003) — LumenVox announced today the support of North American Spanish in their suite of speech recognition software, which includes the Speech Platform and Speech Recognition Engine.

By providing language support for both English and Spanish, the opportunities of LumenVox's speech recognition increases exponentially. With the addition of this language, companies that cater to both English and Spanish speakers will have the necessary support for when they call in, within the same application.

Jim Blake, Senior Software Engineer at LumenVox states, "Our research showed that support of the Spanish language was one of the most important features that clients were needing. Our business and development focus has always been, and always will be, to cater to the needs of our current and future customers."

The support of Spanish is a new feature to the company's suite of speech recognition software. It is provided in the newest release v3.5 of both the Speech Recognition Engine and Speech Platform. Other features being provided with this latest release include: client/server capabilities, distributed architecture, capability to have incoming audio recorded in either wav or vox formats, and support for various digital PBX switches.

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