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RE: running voicexml application

From: John Hicks <jhicks@speechbrowser.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 12:04:24 -0500 (EST)
To: "'Adarsh G'" <adarsh@cmcltd.com>, <www-voice@w3.org>
Message-ID: <NFBBINFELIIGEFFHELICGEIKCLAA.jhicks@speechbrowser.com>
Hi Adarsh:

Two more:

1) MyVoiceGenie at http://developer.voicegenie.com
"...run your VoiceXML applications without a phone!"

System Requirements

  - Pentium III 500MHz processor
	- 128MB of RAM (192MB is preferable)
	- Windows 2000 / XP
  - Microsoft SpeechSDK 5.1
  - Sound card (Plantronics DP100 headset recommended)

Easier system requirements from IBM:

2) WebSphere Voice Server Software Developers Kit (SDK)
"provides tools for prototyping VoiceXML on a PC"

The SDK includes the following:

  VoiceXML speech browser
  IBM speech recognition engine
  IBM Text-to-Speech engine
  Sample applications
  Tools for developing and testing VoiceXML applications
  Support for US English, UK English, French and German


  IntelŪ PentiumŪ 366 MHz processor
  CD-ROM drive, if installing the Voice Server SDK 1.5 from a CD
  128 MB RAM
  250 MB disk space (minimum)
  30 MB for installing the Sun™ Java™ Runtime Environment (Sun JRE) 1.3.0
  40 MB in the Windows system directory
  130 MB disk space in the installation destination directory
    for installing each language selected
  28 MB in the installation destination directory for caching, logging and
  A display adapter setting of greater than 256 colors
  A Microsoft™ Windows NT™ compatible 16-bit full-duplex sound card
    (with a microphone input jack) with good recording quality
  A good quality microphone

John Hicks
Received on Wednesday, 31 October 2001 07:56:01 UTC

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