With over 6.5 million registered voice prints supporting user authentication, we can begin to detect patterns that are defining successful adoption of the technology. It is clear that voice biometrics must be incorporated in multi-factor deployment schemes and that demand is destined to be driven by creating a positive user experience across multiple communications modalities and networks. That creates a “multiplier effect” as system integrators, application developers and mobile service providers discover the value of stronger authentication of individual end-users.
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Saturday, 21 May 2011
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