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[March 17, 2011]

Wavelink to Demonstrate Latest Voice Solution at ProMat 2011

(Market Wire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 03/17/11 -- Wavelink Corporation (www.wavelink.com) today announced it will be demonstrating several enhancements to its Speakeasy voice solution at ProMat 2011 in Chicago. The new features in the Speakeasy platform provide greater flexibility and further accuracy to voice recognition while increasing the speed of implementation.


"Our voice technology has been proven to deliver up to 99 percent accuracy and a significant improvement in productivity to warehouse applications such as data entry, picking and processing," said Mikkel Storm, Wavelink senior product manager. "It also improves safety by enabling workers to operate hands-free. With the new speech engine, we can maintain that high level of accuracy even in environments with heavy noise interference." Speakeasy remains a speaker-independent solution in which any user can pick up any mobile device with the Speakeasy client and utilize the voice features. Now, companies are able to have individual users train the speech-to-text engine to their particular voice and speech patterns. The voice training is saved and managed via Wavelink Avalanche® as a voice profile, so that any user can log in to any device and have it equipped with their voice training profile. In certain environments this option improves the accuracy of the voice recognition and still maintains the user flexibility to operate any mobile device.

The following new features of Speakeasy also help improve productivity and accuracy: User calibration of the speech recognition engine for a particular hardware and environment Real-time speech confidence level viewer lets users diagnose the cause of inaccuracies in recognition Speech status indicator ensures users are speaking when the speech engine is listening Screen Reformatter enables administrators to designate specific fields for speech-to-text and text-to-speech entry User interface can be tailored to specific users or applications.

Wavelink will be demonstrating Wavelink Speakeasy at ProMat 2011 in booth #3479. For more information, please visit http://www.wavelink.com/speakeasy.

About Wavelink With more than 6 million active client licenses in the field, Wavelink is the leading provider of multi-vendor mobile device management, wireless infrastructure management, terminal emulation, voice enabling, and mobile application development software. Wavelink technology solves the unique challenges involved in deploying, managing and controlling today's enterprise mobility systems, and facilitates peak performance from frontline staff. More than 10,000 companies in retail, manufacturing, healthcare, government, public safety and logistics industries rely on Wavelink to accelerate application delivery, reduce device management and support costs, and tighten network security. Inside the four walls, or in the field, Wavelink leads mobility.

Wavelink and Wavelink Avalanche are registered trademarks and Wavelink Speakeasy is a trademark of Wavelink Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Media Contact: Rod Anderson SNG PR for Wavelink 801-208-1100 Email Contact www.sng.com Source: Wavelink

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