CCXML


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CCXML

(Call Control XML) An XML-based control language for call centers. CCXML is used to control telephony functions such as making calls, accepting and routing calls to agents and putting callers on hold. It is used in conjunction with VoiceXML, which defines the actual voice interactions between the system and the user. See VoiceXML.
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CCXML enables complex actions to be easily programmed, such as conditional acceptance of calls, various types of call transfer, advanced multi-party conferencing, and sophisticated multiple-call handling and control, including the management of proactive outbound calls.
Also integrable via the Loquendo MRCP Server and VoiceXML and CCXML platform, Loquendo speech technologies power millions of calls every day in the telecommunications and enterprise markets across the globe.
Call, network and agent events are passed to the Application Services Layer as CCXML events.
CCXML markup language is designed to provide telephony call control support for VoiceXML.
He contributes to and holds leadership positions in several standards bodies, has written most of the SIP media RFC's in the IETF, and has contributed to VoiceXML and CCXML in the W3C.
Patel, who co-founded Sabse in 2007 and holds many patents himself, views the Mobivox VUI as the superior platform to VoiceXML and CCXML.
Companies can create multitiered, Web-based voice processing applications, including natural language applications, using standards-based markup languages like VoiceXML and CCXML.
Loquendo VoxNauta software platform may be deployed on both Linux Red Hat Enterprise and Microsoft OS, and is compliant with the following standards: W3C CCXML 1.
We have made significant contributions to the speech industry, through open standards work on VoiceXML, CCXML and MRCP, as well as to the Eclipse Foundation, including our recently announced contributions of VoiceXML and CCXML editors.
Tetco-Voxpilot deploys the Unified Communications Solution Suite on the Open Media Platform (OMP), a high performance VoiceXML, CCXML and IMS MRF compliant Media Server.
Additionally, Continuum delivers a "future-proof, state-of-the-art" solutions suite on an open platform supporting standards such as VoiceXML and VoIP, and is positioned for emerging standards like CCXML and MRCP.
Outmoded legacy technology that does not support critical technologies such as VoIP, VXML, CCXML.