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An extension to XML that defines voice segments and enables access to the Internet via telephones and other voice-activated devices. AT&T, IBM, Lucent and Motorola created the Voice XML Forum in 1999 to support this development. In 2000, the Forum became a program administered by the IEEE Industry and Standards Organization (IEEE-ISTO).

Voice and Video
VoiceXML is also used to include video and provide interactive voice and video response (IVVR) systems. For more information, visit See XHTML+Voice and CCXML.

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voice recorderVoIP
voice responseVoIP adapter
voice store and forwardVoIP cable modem
voice switchVoIP calling
voice-to-textVoIP DSL modem
VoiceLinkVoIP fishing
voicemailVoIP modem
voiceprintVoIP phishing
VoiceSpanVoIP phone
VoiceViewVoIP provider

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