7/14/2003 - Forging a new connection in the embedded device market between Accelent Systems Inc. and ART Advanced Recognition Technologies, Inc., Accelent Systems Inc. announces that ART Advanced Recognition Technologies, global leaders in natural Human User Interface solutions for the mobile world, is an Accelent Alliance member. Accelent Systems established the Accelent Alliance, a community of companies offering products and services to the embedded device market that support the Microsoft® Windows® CE.NET operating system and Pocket PC. The alliance currently has over 20 members consisting of hardware companies, application developers and service firms. Assisting manufacturers and designers in bringing innovations to market easily and quickly through joint sales, marketing and development initiatives is the alliance’s mission.
Albert McCabe, EVP of sales and marketing for Accelent Systems, states, “ART is a great addition to the Accelent Alliance. More and more of our customers are looking for embedded speech and handwriting recognition solutions. ART is one of the industry leaders in this market and has a wealth of expertise in wireless and mobile devices. By presenting solutions, such as ART’s cutting edge technology, we are able to meet our customers needs which is our primary objective.”
“By becoming an Accelent Alliance member, we are able to present our solution to potential customers and support Accelent Systems effort,” states Efrat Ramati, ART’s director, business development and sales. “Accelent Systems provides customers with a means, through their system software, development platforms and professional services, to bring devices to the market at less cost and risk than traditional development methods. By teaming up with Accelent Systems, we gain additional exposure in the embedded mobile device market.”
About ART Advanced Recognition Technologies
Established in 1990, ART is the acknowledged market leader in embedded speech and handwriting recognition software for mass-market mobile devices. With a decade of award-winning innovation behind it, ART develops and markets technologically superior solutions for the control and command of mobile devices through the human voice and natural handwriting. The Company’s proprietary technologies provide next-generation user interface solutions for cellular handsets, smartphones, mobile communicators, PDAs and handhelds, and automotive systems.
Today, embedded software-only solutions from ART are deployed in dozens of product lines from industry leaders, such as Panasonic, Xelibri by Siemens, LGE, Mitsubishi, NEC, Logitech, GVC, AlphaCell, RAKS, Quanta, Compal, Inventec, Acer, Casio, Maxon, Siemens Automotive, Franklin, and PaceBlade. ART has strategic and technological partnerships with numerous industry leaders, including Texas Instruments, Motorola Semiconductors, Intel, Qualcomm CDMA Technologies, Agere Systems, Analog Devices, DSP Group, ParthusCeva, Microsoft, UIQ, Symbian, TTPCom, SVOX, Phone-Or, Persay, e-SIM, OTM Technologies, Pegasus, and others.
Based in the United States with sales offices on the East and West Coasts, ART maintains a wholly owned Israeli subsidiary that conducts research and development. Additional information about ART is available at: http://www.artcomp.com.
About Accelent Systems
As a leading enabler of embedded devices and Gold-level member of Microsoft’s Windows Embedded Partner Program, Accelent Systems provides proven solutions for rapidly developing robust Microsoft Windows CE.NET, Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphone devices. Supporting ARM based processors; Accelent Systems is an Intel® PCA Developer Network Charter member and an independent Texas Instruments OMAP Technology Center (OTC). Headquartered in Akron, Ohio Accelent Systems provides system software, development platforms and professional services, to expedite devices time-to-market at less cost and risk than traditional development methods. For more information, contact sales at +1-330-864-2300, 1-877-855-8005 (toll free in the US) or visit http://www.accelent.com.
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