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"SpeechGear’s Compadre instant translation suite, is one of the most innovative, factual, and cost effective items out there. The ability to speak multiple languages at the touch of a button is priceless and the number of applications endless. Talking about ‘great’’ this is it."

— Law Enforcement Magazine's Review of SpeechGear's Compadre Product Line

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SpeechGear's Compadre Suite of Instant Translation Software Receives “CES Innovations 2008 Design and Engineering Honoree” Award.

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

December 13, 2007, Minneapolis, MN – SpeechGear's Compadre™ Instant Translation Suite has been named an International CES Innovations 2008 Design and Engineering Award Honoree in the Enabling Technologies category. The Compadre suite is designed to instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type.
“We are excited to be recognized for our technology innovation and excellence by the industry experts who judged the International CES award competition,” said Robert Palmquist, President and Chief Executive Officer of SpeechGear, Inc. “The Innovations Award is another validation of our strategic initiative to expand beyond our initial military space to consumer applications. We look forward to deploying Compadre and our other cutting edge products into the consumer marketplace,” he said.
SpeechGear will be providing live demonstrations of their line of instant translation products, including both the Compadre and Inspector suites, in booth SANDS/72521 at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 7 – 10, in Las Vegas, Nevada. During the show, the Compadre product suite will also be on display in the CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Showcase.

About the Innovations Award
Sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the annual Innovations Design and Engineering Awards are judged by a panel of independent industrial designers, engineers, and trade press editors. The annual honor, sponsored by the CEA and endorsed by the Industrial Designers Society of America, highlights product advancements in technology design and engineering. Selections are made by a panel of prominent industry designers, engineers and trade journalists based on user value, aesthetics, innovative design, quality and contributions to the quality of life.

About the Consumer Electronics Association
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the $148 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry. More than 2,200 companies enjoy the benefits of CEA membership, including legislative advocacy, market research, technical training and education, industry promotion and the fostering of business and strategic relationships. CEA also sponsors and manages the International CES - Where Entertainment, Technology and Business Converge. All profits from CES are reinvested into CEA's industry services. Find CEA online at www.CE.org.

About SpeechGear, Inc.
Headquartered in Northfield, Minnesota, SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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SpeechGear's Compadre Software Suite is the Law Enforcement “2007 Innovation Awards” Winner

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

December 11, 2007, New Orleans, LA – Consider the difficulty that law enforcement and public safety personnel have when they need to communicate with someone who only speaks a different language. Now consider a product that removes this language barrier, enabling instant translation of what you say. At the recent International Association of Police Chiefs Conference, Cygnus Business Media's Law Enforcement Group honored just such a product, SpeechGear's Compadre™ instant translation suite.

In an effort to showcase ground-breaking law enforcement products designed to make officers more efficient, effective and safe, the Cygnus Law Enforcement Group awards top products in 17 categories each year. Entries are judged on their innovativeness, productivity, quality, contribution, ease of use and maintainability by a panel of six distinguished law enforcement professionals from a variety of backgrounds. SpeechGear's Compadre Suite was the award winner in the Software Category.

“The response to these awards has been tremendous,” says Ronnie Garrett, editorial director of the Cygnus Law Enforcement Group. “Two-hundred-and-thirty entries were gathered from 179 companies, in the following categories of recognition: communications, computers, corrections, firearms, firearms accessories, forensics, hazmat, less-lethal, security, software, surveillance, tactical, traffic enforcement, training, uniforms and body armor, vehicle accessories and vehicles.”

“SpeechGear's Compadre instant translation suite, is one of the most innovative, factual, and cost effective items out there,” stated one of the judges. “The ability to speak multiple languages at the touch of a button is priceless and the number of applications endless. Talking about ‘great'' this is it –nothing will get lost in translation and it generates a transcript - no need for a translator.”
“SpeechGear, along with our partners, are developing products specifically for the law enforcement and public safety community. The Compadre product suite, which removes the language barrier, is one of these product suites. We are sincerely honored that the Cygnus Law Enforcement Group has recognized our efforts and innovations by offering us this prestigious award,” said Robert Palmquist, SpeechGear's President and CEO.

About the Innovations Award

The Innovation Awards recognize new products and services introduced to the law enforcement market during the previous year. Manufacturers submit their newest and most inventive products for evaluation from a panel of independent judges of law enforcement professionals. There are 17 categories of entries: software, communications, computers, corrections, firearms, firearm accessories, hazmat, security, surveillance, traffic enforcement, uniforms & body armor, vehicles, vehicle accessories, tactical, training, forensics and less-than-lethal technologies.
Further information on the award and speech technology can be found by going to http://www.officer.com/web/online/Top-News-Stories/2007-Innovation-Awards-Presented/1$38349.

About the Cygnus Law Enforcement Group

The Cygnus Law Enforcement Group is comprised of the properties of Cygnus Business Media dedicated to law enforcement. These include Law Enforcement Technology and Law Enforcement Product News magazines, Officer.com, and Enforcement Expo.

About SpeechGear, Inc.

SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Northfield, Minnesota, that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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SpeechGear Featured in “Speech Technology Magazine” as a Star Performer

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

from Speech Technology Magazine

Over the last 12 months there have been several standout speech technology vendors that have contributed to the industry's growth. Their contributions can come in many forms—a promising product or service launch, a heightened company-wide focus on speech technology through alliances or mergers and acquisitions, or exceptional execution of an existing product or service. While these companies may have excelled in different areas, they all have one thing in common: they're bringing the speech technology industry to new heights. These efforts should be rewarded. That's why we bring you this year's Speech Industry Star Performers:

SpeechGear Excels in Attention to Details
As we tried to single out one vendor in translation services this year, we found the category a hard oyster to shuck. It's not a popular concentration and there were few analysts who felt qualified enough to speak about it. Part of the problem is that translation services can entail speech-to-speech automated translation, automated speech transcription, or translated content for predefined scenarios, among others. Additionally, a given vendor might specialize in some of these categories, but not necessarily all of them. The entire thing can seem a bit overwhelming. And yet, most of the analysts pinpointed SpeechGear as a company of particular interest. SpeechGear's Compadre suite of instant language translation software includes a series of translation solutions, each targeted to a specific user need. It includes five modules that can be used independently or merged in any combination: Compadre Interact, a bidirectional speech-to- speech interactive language solution; Compadre Interpreter, a PDA translator with speaker-independent speech recognition, multiple voice synthesis options, and a dictionary with more than 40,000 entries; Compadre Document, a text-to-text solution for translations of Microsoft Office files; Compadre Camera, which translates text in scanned images in more than 200 languages; and Compadre Composer, which allows users to enter new terms and phrases to their translation database.
Analysts commended the Northfield, Minn.-based company's attention to detail, particularly to colloquialisms and idioms in a particular language, noting that language is malleable and slang is ever-changing and often indecipherable. "They're high-powered and have linguistic rules internally," says Judith Markowitz, president of J. Markowitz Consultants. "They definitely support speech import, but it's for more restricted phrases. For speech output, you can get some really powerful stuff because you build the phrases yourself and you can build them right at the moment you're using them."
This adaptability is important. Recognizing casual conversation is a particular handicap of machine translation. —Ryan Joe

Microsoft Is on the Move
Until recently, software giant Microsoft had been playing catchup when it came to speech technologies. This past year, though, the company piled a lot onto its plate. In March, it acquired Tellme Networks, expanding its presence in the speech-enabled mobile search environment. Its late-January launch of the Vista operating system, which has all the components of speech-enablement built in, was a milestone in the company's history. With it, users can dictate documents and email messages in mainstream applications, navigate and fill in forms on the Web, and command applications and the operating system, all with their voices. The technologies also make Vista easier to integrate with screen readers, text-to-speech applications, and other assistive technologies.
Around the same time Microsoft also rolled out its Office 2007 product suite and the Speech Server 2007 IVR platform, and is currently beta-testing its Exchange Server 2007. All three will be key components of a much larger unified communications environment that is in development.
Through a unique alliance forged with Nortel late last year, Microsoft promises to transform business communications. As the alliance enters its second year, the companies are continuing their joint research and development efforts across enterprise, carrier, and mobile product lines and are poised to ship a variety of new and updated unified communications products in the coming months. "Our relationship with Nortel is an important component of our strategy for unified communications, and over the past year we've hit significant milestones that benefit both companies," says Gurdeep Singh Pall, corporate vice president for the Unified Communications Group at Microsoft. "In the year ahead, we expect to see even more robust customer interest around the world based on our joint technology solutions."
These solutions show the most promise for Microsoft, which is poised to push speech technologies into new areas. "With its integrated speech platforms, it has the potential to go as far as it wants," says Ian Jacobs, an analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "Time will tell as it develops its technologies further." —Leonard Klie

Verizon Business Gains Attention for Hosted IVR
Increasingly, corporate and government customers are trusting Verizon Business to deliver world-class customer contact center solutions. Within the past few months alone, many other companies, including Cisco Systems and Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, have also saluted the Basking Ridge, N.J.-based company for its efforts to build partnerships with them to advance call center technologies. And Frost & Sullivan gave it the "Customer Service Leadership Award for Managed Services," while Gartner listed it in the leaders quadrant of its "Magic Quadrant for U.S. Managed and Professional Network Service Providers."
A key component of the Verizon Business Contact Center portfolio, the hosted interactive voice response (IVR) product line includes enhanced intelligent call routing, automatic call distribution, workforce management and quality monitoring, speech services, Internet-based IVR, and more.
Using the advanced capabilities of the Verizon Business Customer Center, Contact Center Service customers can order products, manage their networks, view and pay invoices, and access tools and tickets. These capabilities include Verizon IP Toll Free, which routes incoming toll-free calls over IP to enable greater efficiency and support multiple-contact media, such as phone calls, email, or instant messaging, from around the globe; and Verizon Business' Dashboard feature, which empowers customers with a near real-time view of their network from one portal.
"Verizon Business has a long heritage and significant strengths within the hosted contact center services market," said Seema Lall, a former contact center strategic analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "Hosted IVR services represent a strategic growth market for the company and one that it has penetrated with a great deal of success and demonstrated leadership. Verizon Business has excelled in staying ahead of the curve in understanding and responding to its customers' requirements.
"Going forward, Verizon Business' expansive IP infrastructure will allow the company to retain its lead in the hosted IVR market by controlling costs and cutting time-to-market for innovative new capabilities," Lall adds. Additionally, a number of other analysts and officials at the company itself expect Verizon to continue to develop a feature-rich and technologically strong product portfolio, a deeper understanding of hosted services dynamics, and its core strengths in network services to continually upgrade its IVR portfolio to incorporate the latest technology advances, such as developments in speech recognition and natural language research.—Leonard Klie

Worldly Voices Provides a World of Choices
Though its Web site takes a no-frills approach, don't let its unassuming presentation act as an indicator of its abilities—with 12 years experience and more than 1.3 million voice prompts recorded, Worldly Voices is a company to watch within voice prompt recording.
Based in Nashville, Tenn., the company has distinguished itself, according to analysts, through its hands-on approach with customers. Susan Hura, founder of SpeechUsability and a member of the AVIOS board, appreciated Worldly Voice's unique position within the field. "I was impressed with the set-up that they had," Hura says. "They let clients choose among a variety of different voices; it was a wider range of different voice actors they worked with than I was used to." Despite a bevy of in-house voice talent, Worldly Voices is also committed to allowing customer input and direction. Customers can do remote coaching for voice actors, and set up voice sessions, rather than just sending off a script and waiting for a finished product to be returned to them. This type of customization and customer control, however, comes with a price. "They're pretty pricey," Hura points out. "If they've got exactly what you want, it's probably worth the cost. If it was one of those cases where you were looking for something more unusual and you couldn't find at another voice prompt company, it could be worth it."
Despite a heftier price tag, Worldly Voices' flexibility and high customer satisfaction ratings speak for themselves. With more than 200 audio formats, and prompts for dozens of speech communication needs, Worldly Voices remains a rising player within the voice prompt field. —Lauren Shopp

http://www.speechtechmag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.aspx?ArticleID=37414

SpeechGear Receives “Star Performer” Award from Speech Technology Magazine

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

August 23, 2007, New York, NY – SpeechGear, Inc., the leading provider of a complete suite of instant language translation products, is proud to announce the receipt of Speech Technology Magazine's “Star Performer” award for 2007. The Star Performer is awarded to companies that best utilize speech technology in an innovative and market leading manner. SpeechGear was judged by a panel of industry experts and luminaries to be a “standout vendor that has contributed to the industry's growth through innovative products and exceptional execution of an existing product or service”. The other three recipients of the award are Microsoft Corporation, Worldly Voices, and Verizon.

“SpeechGear has worked hard to remove the language barrier by offering products that translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write, or type. Examples include our Compadre and Inspector product lines. We are sincerely honored that Speech Technology Magazine has recognized our efforts and innovations with our products by offering us this prestigious award,” said Robert Palmquist, SpeechGear's President and CEO.

Dave Lind, Vice President, Sales and Marketing who was on hand at the Marriott Marquis in New York to receive the award, said, “This award certifies that our efforts in language translation and the technology we use to remove the language barrier are on target. It is wonderful to be recognized for these efforts”.

For more information about this award and SpeechGear products and services, please contact Dave Lind at dlind@speechgear.com.

About the Star Performer Award
The Star Performer Award is given by Speech Technology Magazine to firms that over the past 12 months have made significant contributions to the industry's growth. This contribution can come in many forms: a promising product or service launch, a heightened company-wide focus on speech technology through alliances or mergers and acquisitions, or exceptional execution of an existing product or service. All companies receiving the award have one common element: they're bringing the speech technology industry to new heights. Further information on the award and speech technology can be found by going to www.speechtechnologymagazine.com.

About SpeechGear, Inc.
SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Northfield, Minnesota, that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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Speech Technology Magazine Announces 2007 Industry Awards

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

SpeechGear recognized as Star Performer for its line of instant translation products.

The article can be viewed at Forbes.com

http://www.forbes.com/businesswire/feeds/businesswire/2007/08/22/busines...

SpeechGear Announces New Release of their Document Translation Software

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

July 7, 2007, Northfield, MN – SpeechGear, Inc., the leading provider of a complete suite of instant language translation products, is proud to announce the release of Version 4.1 of Compadre:Document. This is one of five modules that are included in SpeechGear's integrated Compadre suite, which is designed to remove the language barrier by instantly translating whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. The focus of Document is instant translation of what you type. With this new release, Document is now fully compatible with Microsoft Word® and PowerPoint®. Document resides directly within these Microsoft applications and it automatically retains the original formatting of the document's text and graphics, so there's no need to cut and paste text into the application as is the case with other translation products. Other features include segmentation tools for parsing your translation, tools for automatically defining and expanding acronyms that appear within a line of text, and an integrated interface with SpeechGear's Compadre:Composer module. As an added feature for PowerPoint files, the included DocumentViewer tool simultaneously displays the original file along with up to three translated versions. With DocumentViewer you no longer need multiple LCD projectors or to worry about keeping translated versions synchronized throughout the presentation. More information about the Compadre product suite and Compadre:Document can be found at www.speechgear.com/document, or by sending an email to info@speechgear.com

About SpeechGear, Inc.
SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Northfield, Minnesota, that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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SpeechGear's Interpreter Software Receives Microsoft's Windows Mobile Certification

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

July 6, 2007, New York, NY – SpeechGear, Inc., the leading provider of a complete suite of instant language translation products, has received Microsoft's Windows Mobile Certification for their Interpreter PDA software. This certification verifies that the software meets Microsoft's compatibility and design requirements in numerous areas such as application install/uninstall processes, registry and file management functions, user interface, shell support features, and overall functionality and stability. With this certification, Interpreter is now eligible for resale on Microsoft's Mobile Certified Catalog as well as their Mobile2Market distribution channels.

About SpeechGear, Inc.

SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Northfield, Minnesota, that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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Heartland Security Conference & Exposition

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

June 30, 2007, Northfield, MN – SpeechGear, Inc., the leading provider of a complete suite of instant language translation products, will be providing live demonstrations of their suite of instant langauge translation products at the upcoming Heartland Security Conference & Exposition. This conference will be held July 9-11 at the Hayatt Regency in Minneapolis, Minnesota. SpeechGear will also be presenting a paper on “Removing the Language Barrier – Tools for Crises” on Wednesday, July 11th at 11:20am. This is included in the workgroup session titled “Emergency Preparedness & Disaster Response.” Additional information regarding SpeechGear's suite of products can be found by going to www.speechgear.com.

About the Conference

The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) has joined with the Defense Alliance of Minnesota to host a two-and-a-half-day Conference in the “heartland” of Minneapolis-St. Paul to address the urgent and long-range system and technology needs for homeland security and national defense. The focus topics will address Threat Awareness, Preparedness and Responsiveness. The greater Twin Cities area is well known for high-technology research and innovation, manufacturing excellence and significant contributions to the nation's defense and homeland security and is ideally located in the middle of the country. In addition, the University of Minnesota National Center for Food Protection & Defense is a Homeland Security Center of Excellence located in the Twin Cities (http://www.ncfpd.umn.edu/).
The Conference will have a national focus in attendance and subjects, but will of course feature the vast variety of industry and academic resources that reside in the region. Key topics addressed include:
• Awareness, Preparedness, Responsiveness—Today and for the Future
• Food Protection and Defense
• Medical and Bio-Defense
• Disaster Preparedness/Response Technology and Systems
• How to Contribute to Meeting the Challenge

About SpeechGear, Inc.

SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Northfield, Minnesota, that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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SpeechGear to Demonstrate Systems in Partnership with Hewlett-Packard at Vacation.com's 9th International Conference & Trade Show

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

June 15, 2007, Northfield, MN – SpeechGear, Inc., the leading provider of a complete suite of instant language translation products, will be providing live demonstrations of their suite of instant language translation products at the upcoming Vacation.com conference. Demonstrations will be provided using HP's new line of tablet computers as well as their iPAQ PDAs. This conference will be held June 27 through July 1 at the Hilton Hotel in New Orleans, LA.

About the Conference

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About Vacation.com

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About SpeechGear, Inc.

SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Northfield, Minnesota, that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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Removing the Language Barrier by Instantly Translating Conversations

Submitted by teej on Aug<br>&nbsp;04

May 5, 2007, Northfield, MN – SpeechGear, Inc., the leading provider of a complete suite of instant language translation products, is proud to announce the release of Version 3.0.1 of Compadre:Interact. This is one of five modules that are included in SpeechGear's integrated Compadre suite, which is designed to remove the language barrier by instantly translating whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. The focus of Interact is instant translation of what you say and hear. Interact is the ultimate electronic interpreter: you speak to the system, it repeats what you said in a different language and at the same time generates a complete transcript of the conversation. No human interpreter, no dictionaries, no memorizing of pre-recorded phrases; just real-time speech-to-speech translation of conversations. Other voice-based translators require you to speak a fixed set of phrases, each of which corresponds to a pre-recorded translation. This method works fine if you don't need to translate more than you can memorize and as long as someone else anticipates exactly what you need to say. SpeechGear understands that communication is often unpredictable and that such limitations are not feasible for real situations. If you want the freedom to literally say any combination of words and translate what you say in real-time, Interact is the answer.

During voice detection, the system uses the surrounding context to correctly identify similar-sounding words, such as "right" and "write". Speech recognition improves even further with continued use, as the system adapts to your voice. With real-time translation, errors such as misspeaking or idiomatic phrases with no meaningful translation can be detected and corrected immediately, allowing you to rephrase and retranslate right after translation has occurred—or, with the repeat-back and editing features, even before translation takes place. Interact also has the most natural, user-friendly interface available: speech. The same voice-recognition technology that allows free dictation for translations also functions in a command-and-control mode, allowing you to operate the system by simply speaking to it. There are many tools out there that facilitate communication between people who don't share a common language, but there's only one that allows you to truly interact.

More information about the Compadre product suite and Compadre:Document can be found at www.speechgear.com/document, or by sending an email to info@speechgear.com.

About SpeechGear, Inc.

SpeechGear, Inc. is a privately held firm based in Northfield, Minnesota, that is removing the language barrier by developing a complete line of products that instantly translate whatever you see, hear, say, read, write or type. Visit www.speechgear.com for more information about SpeechGear and its line of instant translation products.

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