VoiceBox Technologies

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Template:Primary VoiceBox Technologies is a company focused on conversational speech recognition, search and information management. The company licenses its technology to makers of telematics, digital home, mobile phone and VoIP solutions, including:[1] InfoSpace,[2][3] Johnson Controls,[2][4] XM Satellite Radio,[2] Intel,[5] and IBM[6]

The company (VoiceBox(R) Technologies Inc) is located in Bellevue, Washington and has 300 employees Template:As of. It was founded in 2001 by Bob Kennewick, Mike Kennewick, Rich Kennewick, Tom Freeman, and Michael Kennewick, Jr.[7]


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