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Short Take: Natural MicroSystems ships telephony software

Natural MicroSystems is now shipping CT Access, development software for digital telephony applications including fax, speech recognition, and text-to-speech conversion. The development kit runs on Windows NT, OS/2, UnixWare, and SCO OpenServer. The kit itself costs $1,995 and runtime licenses cost $225 each.

Natural MicroSystems is now shipping CT Access, development software for digital telephony applications including fax, speech recognition, and text-to-speech conversion. The development kit runs on Windows NT, OS/2, UnixWare, and SCO OpenServer. The kit itself costs $1,995 and runtime licenses cost $225 each.