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  • mysticpaste mysticpaste Apr 2, 2008 6:53 AM Flag

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    SALT LAKE CITY, UT (March 19, 2007) Fonix Speech, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Fonix Corporation (OTC BB: FNIX) specializing in embedded speech interfaces for mobile devices, handheld electronic products, video game systems and processors, announces Fonix text-to-speech (TTS) technology on a new electronic dictionary manufactured and sold by Noah Educational Technology Co., Ltd, the premier provider of educational electronic devices and software in China. Noah’s newest e-dictionary, model NP600 embedded with Fonix DECtalk TTS is currently available in China, with another model debuting later this year. Noah projects a manufacturing rate of over 100K units per model for the year. Fonix receives unit royalties from the sale of each device.
    “We are delighted to introduce new Fonix-enabled electronic dictionaries into our line of educational devices and products for the Chinese market,” says Benguo Tang, Senior VP of Noah Education Holdings Ltd. “China invests heavily in innovative educational tools and experiences for students and citizens, and Noah is committed to advancing educational technologies and initiatives throughout the country. These new electronic dictionary devices will help Chinese customers learn and speak correct English words and phrases. Noah chose Fonix DECtalk text-to-speech because it is clear and easy for users to understand.”
    “This contract with Noah marks the first large-scale agreement with China’s leading educational electronics provider to develop and market speech-enabled learning devices,” says Walt Nawrocki, Senior VP and GM, Fonix Speech. “Noah’s considerable foothold in the Chinese educational market provides Fonix with a tremendous opportunity to partner with a reputable leader in their efforts to offer advanced, cutting-edge technology solutions to customers hoping to improve their language skills.”

    100K Models would be great....

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