Aculab broadens implementation options for voice biometrics compliance
Aculab has announced a new update to its Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) solution Aculab Cloud.
Aculab Cloud will now feature a range of flexible implementation services, including technical review of application code, writing and deploying voice capabilities, and SMS or fax applications as a fully managed service.
According to the company, the new update is designed to help companies build up their offering more efficiently while also reducing time-to-market and development costs. To support the lowest possible call latencies, Aculab Cloud has also been designed with regional, local cloud architecture.
By operating in a fully-regionalized way, Aculab Cloud can keep users’ voice recognition and other data within the region of their choice to meet data sovereignty and regulatory compliance requirements. The company runs multiple clouds to provide companies with a cloud service based in their country of operation.
Aculab Cloud’s implementation services and local cloud offerings are already available on the company’s website.
Aculab provides API-driven advanced speech and signal processing technologies. The company focused on the deployment of systems for appointment reminders, IVR, voting systems, survey systems, and more.
The company has been growing steadily in 2020, adding a presentation attack detection (PAD) functionality to its VoiSentry platform in April, and partnering with Route One Connect in July to bring its voice biometric platform to the company’s customers.
More recently, Aculab improved VoiSentry further with the introduction of new encryption features and updated algorithms.