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Microsoft Speech Server 2004 R2
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/24/2005 08:17:00 AM.

Microsoft Corp. today announced the release of Microsoft Speech Server (MSS) 2004 R2. As part of the company's continued commitment to driving speech technology into the mainstream, this new version of Microsoft Speech Server lowers costs, delivers greater flexibility, and provides enhanced performance and reliability for enterprise customers. With MSS 2004 R2, enterprise customers can offer language support for U.S. Spanish and Canadian French at no additional cost. Customers can also deploy MSS 2004 R2 in an all-in-one server configuration, which gives them greater flexibility when choosing a deployment option.

"Microsoft Speech Server 2004 R2 is the next step in delivering our promise to reduce the cost and complexity of building and deploying enterprise speech solutions for our customers," said Rich Bray, general manager of the Speech Server group at Microsoft. "With MSS 2004 R2 we are better meeting our customer needs by providing additional language support and new deployment options that make it easier and more affordable for companies of all sizes to benefit from speech technologies."

The new MSS 2004 R2 Enterprise Edition all-in-one server deployment option can significantly lower an enterprise's speech platform purchase costs, especially for small to medium-sized speech deployments servicing between 24 and 48 ports, and touch-tone solutions supporting up to 96 ports. In addition, MSS 2004 R2 Enterprise Edition continues support of distributed multiserver deployments, which are recommended for implementations requiring more than 48 ports.

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