Axiavoice is an open source voice/telephony server. It's meant to receive/make phone calls (either using ISDN or some IP protocols), and do some interactive stuff with the remote party, like playing/recoding messages, handle DTMFs (touche tones), etc.
Interactive stuff is handled by specific scripts, written using the Axiavoice client library, thus enabling any kind of applications, ranging from simple answering machine, to complex voice portals.
With cards that support ISDN primary access (23 or 30 channels), Axiavoice IVR works with 120 channels in production environnement. Nonetheless, Axiavoice IVR, unlike most other similar products, provides facilities normally left to the interface card. This allows it to profit, in terms of capacity, from the rapid growth of power in modern processors. As a rule of thumb, for an application with moderate computing requirements, you should have about 10 MHz per channel.
Yes, in certain circumstances. Axiavoice IVR has all the necessary features of a PABX and more. Nonetheless, the users must use "SIP" telephones for each extension.
In general, yes. With support for many different interfaces (Primary ISDN access ISDN network side/client side, QSIG...), Axiavoice IVR can interface with most private switches and ACDs.
Yes, but it requires external modules. We currently support TTS using Elan technology, and ASR using Telisma technology, in most "western countries" languages (french, english, german...). Please contact us for details. You can test TTS features on this page.
No. But your "client" script will probably. Axiavoice scripts are standalone programs. If you can have this program do what you want to do in your favourite language, you'll be alright. And FYI, Axialys Interactive hosts Axiavoice based services that do all of this stuff, and more.
Yes. As developers and users of Axiavoice in a fairly large (> 500 channels) environnement, we can help. Please go to the Contact page for further information.
Parce que faire en français seulement, ça serait dommage, et faire les deux, ça prendrait plus de temps. Mais ça viendra peut-être...