Fw: Wizzard Software Offers new addition of IBM TTS for Linux

Thomas Stivers stivers_t at tomass.dyndns.org
Wed Jul 21 14:49:34 UTC 2004

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On Wed, Jul 21 2004 at 07:55:17AM -0400, david poehlman wrote:

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> "In response to market demand we can now offer IBM TTS for Linux in
> 13 languages to Linux Developers and Enterprise customers that meet
> OEM terms and minimum order requirements," says Bruce Phifer,
> Wizzard's General Manager of Technologies and Services
> Division. "This offering responds to requests for a low priced Linux
> based TTS product and targets the growing Accessibility segment and
> other markets where highly intelligible voice output is required
> from a low cost, small footprint engine."

Does this mean that *I* can go somewhere and find a product? I seem to
recall seeing something like this a while ago where we had to buy
licenses in lots of 200 or something, is this related? Thanks for any

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