Control an Entire Phone System With Voice Commands
Magic Button software featuring LumenVox speech recognition and Asterisk(R) PBX provides a better alternative to Microsoft Response Point
Schmooze Communications and speech recognition provider LumenVox announced today the general release of the Magic Button for Asterisk, the Open Source PBX. The Magic Button is a plug-in for Asterisk systems using the FreePBX interface that allows users to press a programmable button on a phone and issue speech commands.
The Magic Button will be on display at the Internet Telephony Conference and Expo (ITEXPO),
“The Magic Button is better, cheaper, and more flexible than anything else on the market,” said
With a touch of the Magic Button, users can use their voice to make calls, set an away status, and more. It allows for voice controls inside a call — users can press the button in the middle of a call and say, “Park on line one.”
“Unlike the closed systems offered by Microsoft and other vendors, the Magic Button allows customers to use their existing hardware and software and add speech recognition for almost no cost,” LumenVox President
The cost for the Magic Button application on a system with 10 extensions is only
“As the sponsor of Asterisk, we are pleased to see innovative solutions such as ‘Magic Button’ that extend the capabilities of open source telephony while addressing a clear market need,” said
For more information on the public release of these applications, visit www.schmoozecom.com/publicspeech.html
Schmooze Communications is a manufacturer of IP PBX phone systems based in
LumenVox provides accurate and affordable speech recognition software. LumenVox can be reached at www.LumenVox.com.