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Dear All,

we are planning to build voice applications or "IVRs: Interactive Voice
Response applications" under .NET, any one knows what is the best technolohy
available, best means : cutting edge technology, standard, ..

and if you can help me with some tools that will be great..
thanks for helping
Suhail
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Suhail A, Salman" <su****@access2arabia.com> wrote in
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Dear All,

we are planning to build voice applications or "IVRs: Interactive
Voice
Response applications" under .NET, any one knows what is the best
technolohy available, best means : cutting edge technology, standard,
..

and if you can help me with some tools that will be great..
thanks for helping
Suhail


If you're interested in industry grade telephony products, checkout
http://www.dialogic.com (an Intel Company) for hardware (but there are
others, for example Brooktrout and Natural MicroSystems).

For .Net managed components (for Dialogic), you can go to
http://www.nctsoft.com.

That should give you some places to start.

Chris
Jul 19 '05 #2

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"Chris Dunaway" <du******@lunchmeatsbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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"Suhail A, Salman" <su****@access2arabia.com> wrote in
news:eH**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl:
Dear All,

we are planning to build voice applications or "IVRs: Interactive
Voice
Response applications" under .NET, any one knows what is the best
technolohy available, best means : cutting edge technology, standard,
..

and if you can help me with some tools that will be great..
thanks for helping
Suhail


If you're interested in industry grade telephony products, checkout
http://www.dialogic.com (an Intel Company) for hardware (but there are
others, for example Brooktrout and Natural MicroSystems).

For .Net managed components (for Dialogic), you can go to
http://www.nctsoft.com.

That should give you some places to start.

Chris

thank you Chris,

i checked http://www.nctsoft.com. they dont have Managed components for
voice programming.
Jul 19 '05 #3

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"Suhail A, Salman" <su****@access2arabia.com> wrote in
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i checked http://www.nctsoft.com. they dont have Managed components for
voice programming.


My apologies, I thought they had a version for .Net. Apparently I was
mistaken. Although, we have used that control in .Net and it seems to work
very well.

You might also try this link:

http://www.pronexus.com/tools/vbvoice.html

They do have .Net support.

Sorry about the mix up.

Chris
Jul 19 '05 #4

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