Talking Technology Inc. (TTI) was founded in Berkeley, California
in 1985 and was instrumental in pioneering numerous voice mail
and call processing technologies. Talking Technology was responsible
for the first computer telephony application generator - Bigmouth,
and the first computer driven auto dialer - Goldmine.
TTI was also the first company to use toll quality ADPCM encoding
on an IBM PC without the use of an embedded processor. Other Talking
Technology firsts include the PC-based automated attendant and
routines that performed dial-pulse analysis.
Talking Technology manufactured the Powerline I (PLI), Powerline
II (PLII) and the Powerline IV (PLIV) computer telephony cards.
The PLI cards are currently in production.
Expertise of Talking Technology was acquired in the late 1990s
by Talking Technology International, Inc., which has continued to develop and
improve on Talking Technology's earlier innovations.
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