VoiceVault announces that their voice biometric identity
verification solution is verified by Microsoft as having the ability to
handle at least 1 billion authentication sessions per year.
This is a significant initiative in that it further establishes
VoiceVault as an industry leader providing enterprise solutions that
meet rigid standards of scalability, availability, and audit trailing.
These standards are possible while providing business continuity
and security that is designed into call center and smart device
solutions. With the ability to handle a 1 billion biometric
session throughput rate, the customer's cost savings are considerable
when utilizing a voice biometric identity verification solution as less
hardware is needed to achieve identity verification response time goals.
This level of performance and scalability is an important
VoiceVault distinguisher and demonstrates that the voice biometic
component of a call center solution or smart device app will never be a
bottleneck. The high volume capacity is enabled by Microsoft SQL Server
2012, a key architecture component of VoiceVault voice biometric
identity verification solutions.
"As a voice biometric solution provider, it's vital that we have
high levels of throughput designed-in," said Nick Wise, CTO for
VoiceVault. "Identity verification is a key component in
enterprise solutions and our customers expect it to perform at the
highest levels. We're proud to be working with Microsoft in ensuring
that voice biometrics is never a bottleneck."
VoiceVault is a private voice biometric company that focuses
exclusively on the development and deployment of voice biometric
solutions in the financial and healthcare sectors. VoiceVault is a US
based company (El Segundo, CA) with an R&D center in the UK.
VoiceVault's solutions use an individual's vocal characteristics
for biometric identity verification over the phone, web, or via mobile
and smart device applications. They rely on the simple fact that
speaking is completely natural and effortless and that no two voices are
exactly the same. They enable the delivery of data and application
access control; transaction authorization; identity verification;
e-signature provision and out of band authentication solutions.
Biometric voice-based solutions enable business processes to
enhance multifactor authentication with something you are - your voice.
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