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Tag Archive: WebSockets

Webinar: Getting Started with Nexmo Voice and WebSockets

February 15, 2017 Published by // //

With the recent addition of WebSocket support, the Nexmo Voice API allows you to connect a voice interface to just about any endpoint. You can now push voice beyond the standard phone system and VoIP. WebSockets opens the door to new voice integration use cases, such as server-to-server communication between the Nexmo Voice API and speech AI […]
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Extending IBM Watson Project Intu to the Phone Network with the Nexmo Voice API

January 4, 2017 Published by // // // //

You probably already know about the amazing IBM Watson. In case you don’t, it is a cognitive technology that can think like a human, using a combination of AI (artificial intelligence) and sophisticated analytical software. With Watson, you can analyze and interpret all of your data, including text, images, audio and video. Recently at the […]
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Nexmo Voice API Demo: Bridging Telephony and AI Platforms with WebSockets

November 30, 2016 Published by // // //

Using the Nexmo Voice API‘s native WebSockets support, Developer Advocate Sam Machin demonstrates how the new API can easily bridge between telephony and powerful platforms like IBM Watson. Watch him demonstrate a one-way audio stream directly to a browser, an innovative technique with endless possibilities. The video (running time: 5 minutes) was recorded at TADSummit […]
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Announcing WebSocket and SIP Early Access and Integration with IBM Watson

November 9, 2016 Published by // // //

In September, we launched the new Nexmo Voice API, part of the Vonage API Platform. It’s an easily accessible API for developers to build voice applications in the cloud using familiar tools and languages. By using Nexmo Call Control Objects (NCCOs) based on a JSON schema, developers can build powerful voice applications including conferencing, call control […]
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