Name: Voice Server


Provides generalized telco/baseband audio/computer accessible acquisition, storage, manipulation, and replay of digital voice data. Voice data can be edited in a "tape recorder" like manner. This serves as a general infrastructure for digital voice based applications, such as voice mail (see below).


PC/SCO UNIX, Dialogics telco interface cards, a baseband audio/telco bridge and other computer peripherals. Can also be run without the telco interface on any System V compatible UNIX platform.


Fairly unique in its flexibility. Very extensible for new applications involving digital voice.


Experimental component; still under development, but it is demonstrable through the voice mail application (see below). Audio interface not there yet, and will be a custom solution, although Dialogics provide a rather expensive alternative.