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GotVoice Announces Voicemail Server Support for Service Providers, Voicemail Hardware Vendors and IVR Companies

September 10, 2008

GotVoice, Inc. (http://www.gotvoice.com), the voice messaging company, today announced voicemail server support for service providers, voicemail hardware vendors and IVR companies. The company is publicizing its ability to retrieve voicemail from carriers and PBX installations without the need for upgrades or changes to existing systems for seamless voicemail-to-text and digital audio file integration.

GotVoice G2 is a voicemail unification and transformation-to-text platform with unmatched accuracy and speed. G2 utilizes patented technologies and advanced free-form speech recognition technologies. G2′s patented communications platform is the first-of-its-kind to unify mobile, home, PBX, VoIP and IP-based PBX voice messages, allowing users to read their voicemail and/or listen to them as digital audio files via email, a mobile phone, or the Web.

The GotVoice G2 platform already provides unification across multiple existing voicemail platforms, including those from companies such as DCL Metaswitch, Avaya, Octel, Unisys, Nortel, Meridian, HP, Comverse, Cisco, ShoreTel, NEC, InterVoice, OpenWave, Alcatel Lucent and GN Netcom. Network operators utilizing these voicemail platforms can immediately offer their customers a single view and interface that integrates other voicemail platforms — and yet is faster, better quality and offered at a lower price point than is available anywhere else in the world.

“Our existing and potential partners want secure, seamless solutions for integrating with their disparate voice messaging systems,” said Curt Blake, CEO of GotVoice. “Our carrier-grade solution is an easy and effective way for our partners to drive revenue streams and requires no changes to existing infrastructure, upgrades or capital outlays. End-users will enjoy the accuracy and speed we have fine-tuned by training our system against millions of individual speakers throughout our markets.”

The GotVoice G2 Platform is capable of supporting millions of users with its carrier-grade, high quality transcription engine built for scalability and capable of interoperating with all major voice and VoIP carriers. The solution has already accessed tens of millions of messages pulled from legacy voicemail servers including those of AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AllTel. With GotVoice, carriers have an economical and effortless method for delivering their subscribers’ voicemail as both text and digital audio files via email, SMS, Web and API, creating additional revenue streams and increased data traffic. The GotVoice solution is available today to carriers and IP communications providers via OEM, APIs, White Label and Hosted Solutions.

About GotVoice, Inc.

A pioneer in the integration of voice messaging services, GotVoice (www.gotvoice.com) enables the convergence of everyday voice into the digital world. Its patented communications platform empowers consumers and businesses to receive, consume and unify voice communications utilizing email clients, through their mobile phone interface or via the GotVoice Website. With popular features such as Voicemail-to-Text, Visual Voicemail, the ability to share voice messages as digital audio files and the unification of wireless, landline, PBX and VoIP voicemail, GotVoice makes seamless communication possible, anywhere. Founded in 2003 by industry veterans with backgrounds from RealNetworks, Microsoft, Starwave, AT&T and Corbis, GotVoice works with all major mobile, business and residential carriers.

 Contacts:  Corporate: Colin Lamont VP Marketing 425-216-3585 colinl@gotvoice.com  Press: Michael Ann Thomas 206-264-8220 michaelthomas@barokas.com

SOURCE: GotVoice