BBN Technologies

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BBN Technologies

A company, originally known as Bolt, Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN), based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

BBN were awarded the original contract to build the ARPANET and have been extensively involved in Internet development. They are responsible for managing NNSC, CSNET, and NEARnet.

The language LOGO was developed at BBN, as was the BBN Butterfly supercomputer.

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BBN Technologies contributes its speech-to-text software, AVOKE STX, to this solution.
Researchers at Harvard University, Boston University, and BBN Technologies reportedly have discovered a technology to make computer networks so secure that even the simplest attempts to eavesdrop will interrupt the flow of data and alert administrators.
and BBN Technologies has replaced complex voice mail menus with speech recognition technology that allows callers to get where they want to go in one easy step.
Belgian speech recognition company, Lernout and Hauspie has signed a cross-licensing deal with GTE Internetworking's BBN Technologies division.
Humedica, a next-generation clinical informatics company, and BBN Technologies, an advanced technology solutions firm, today announced they have entered into an extensive collaborative agreement.
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Tad" Elmer, president and chief executive officer of BBN Technologies.
BBN Technologies, a Verizon company, and Rhetorical, the UK-based text-to-speech company, have signed a licensing agreement involving the sale of speech-recognition and language-processing technologies.
Businesses that use interactive voice response (IVR) systems in large customer-contact centers are able to improve their customer service using a new evaluation tool jointly marketed by BBN Technologies, a Verizon company, and Rockwell Electronic Commerce.