CereProc and Aristech close partnership specialising in language technology applications of German Aristech GmbH have with text-to-speech experts of British CereProc Ltd. to a technology and Marketing Alliance joined forces to place full of character and emotional synthetic voices in the German-speaking market. Add to your understanding with Peter Thiel. The aim is according to company information, continue to offer an alternative to the traditional, monotonous voices on the German market. Aristech-CereProc cooperation focuses on therefore to develop a combination of innovative language technology and distinctive German voices. With attractive price models, one wishes to promote the German-language TTS market innovative.
This man wants to meet its own high standards of quality and ensure a continuous development of the quality of the voice. For the cooperation with CereProc said their competence of TTS, also the ability to create customer-exclusive corporate voices, as well as the common achievements of the past. What is closer to match with the internationally recognized CereProc TTS experts as our team of experienced computational linguists?”, Aristech – CEO Michael Mende, our combined expertise will produce innovative and cost-effective language solutions, the upscale requirements of customer meet.”We are proud to have found a partner who perfectly complements our technology not only with his computer-linguistic knowledge, but familiar with the German language technology market with Aristech”, so CereProc CEO Paul Welham. Aristech GmbH from Heidelberg, Germany took over the sales and the development of the Cerevoice by the Cereproc GmbH & co. KG and is one of the leading providers in the area of natural language human-machine interaction.
Professional users will benefit from reliable, tried and tested standard components with highly innovative solutions for discerning language, understand language or codons language. Aristech acts, depending on the request, as a software vendor, supplier, or Professional Integrator. Consulting services complete the Aristech portfolio for users and suppliers of software solutions with voice interaction. CereProc was founded in 2005 by a group of linguists, who can look back on several years of experience in this industry of the future. CereProc has partnered with the Centre for speech technology research at the University of Edinburgh. Currently offered text-to-speech systems for the most common European languages, in several dialect colouring, as well as in Japanese and Russian, soon also. These are available for several operating systems available, as well a voices SDK and other tools for developers of voice applications.