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[SSML-IR] - Loquendo SSML Implementation Report

From: Ricotti Laura <Laura.Ricotti@LOQUENDO.COM>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 11:15:30 +0100
To: www-voice@w3.org, "Daniel Burnett (E-mail)" <burnett@nuance.com>, "Jim Larson (E-mail)" <jim@larson-tech.com>
Cc: Quazza Silvia <Silvia.Quazza@LOQUENDO.COM>, Duce Rosanna <Rosanna.Duce@LOQUENDO.COM>, Rullent Claudio <Claudio.Rullent@LOQUENDO.COM>, Sereno Daniele <Daniele.Sereno@LOQUENDO.COM>, Ricotti Laura <Laura.Ricotti@LOQUENDO.COM>, Baggia Paolo <Paolo.Baggia@LOQUENDO.COM>
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  As a leading player in speech technologies and voice platforms, 
  Loquendo believes that SSML 1.0 Candidate Recommendation has been 
  an essential step to simplify the use of text-to-speech. 

  Indeed, this will allow the content creators to deliver a much 
  richer user experience by exploiting the full potentiality of 
  the text-to-speech.
  Moreover the adoption of SSML 1.0 will allow a higher degree of 
  usability for people with disabilities (especially blind people
  to interact with the Web).
  Loquendo is very pleased to contribute by submitting 
  the SSML 1.0 Implementation Report and will continue to give 
  a strong support to the activities of the W3C Voice Browser and
  Multimodal Interaction Working Groups, and of the VoiceXML Forum 
  for actively contributing to the evolution of this and other 
  related specifications.


Laura Ricotti & Paolo Baggia, Loquendo

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