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KnuEdge Unveils Breakthrough Technology That Will Unleash Innovation in Voice Biometrics and Human-Machine Interaction

SAN DIEGO, CA — (Marketwired) — 06/06/16 — KnuEdge Inc., a neural technology innovation company that , introduced KnuVerse: military-grade voice recognition and authentication technology that unlocks the potential for human-voice interfaces in next-generation computing. After five years in production in mission-critical battlefield conditions, KnuVerse solutions are now available to enterprises.

While the voice-assisted application market has exploded over the past five years due to the popularity of Siri, Cortana and Alexa, the aspirations of most development teams working on innovative voice applications are still on the drawing board. “Anyone who has tried to navigate a call center voice menu on a busy sidewalk or with kids in the room knows the frustrations around voice recognition and authentication,” said Nik Rouda, Senior Analyst at ESG. “KnuVerse has taken a novel, ground-up approach to real-time voice analytics, solving for ease-of-use, security and real-world connections and noise problems.”

KnuVerse solutions are a boon for any developer or company seeking to innovate with voice-machine interfaces. The core technology includes patented authentication techniques, which now make the security of human voice biometrics usable in noisy, real-world environments. It is now possible to authenticate to computers, web/mobile apps and IoT devices with only a few words spoken into a microphone — in any language, in real-world noisy conditions.

Demos of KnuVerse technologies and further information can be found at .

“KnuVerse has already driven millions in revenue, and although we have just begun selling commercially, we have significant interest from Fortune 500 companies in the banking, healthcare and entertainment industries,” said Kate Dilligan, EVP of KnuVerse. “When our enterprise customers realize that they can instantly recognize and authenticate users on any device or platform without friction, the innovation wheels start turning. They stop worrying about fundamental tech issues and begin looking at higher-order opportunities such as improving the customer experience and establishing new competitive advantages.”

Before today–s , only a couple hundred people had heard about the company. By design, its small, geographically dispersed teams spent a decade in stealth mode developing two products to maturity: KnuVerse and KNUPATH, computing processor technology enabling ground-breaking scalability, latency and workload performance in next-generation data centers (also ).

The company has more than $100 million of private investment and is founded by Dan Goldin, the world-renowned innovator who spent the past five decades innovating and delivering aerospace and technology products years ahead of the curve. He also led the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) throughout its renaissance in the 1990s. Goldin–s tenure at NASA reads like a Harvard Business Review case study in successful execution. For instance, as NASA chief, he guided the redesign and delivered the International Space Station, initiated bold robotic exploration of Mars and formed the Astrobiology Institute to better understand the origin, evolution and destiny of life in the universe. In addition, he put a record number of people into space without incident, all while reducing the agency–s planned budget by 33%.

“At KnuEdge, we are not in business to create incremental technology improvements on what already exists. Our mission is fundamental transformation,” said Goldin. “We were swinging for the fences from the very beginning, with intent to create technologies that will in essence alter how humans interact with machines, and enable next-generation computing capabilities ranging from machine learning to artificial intelligence.”

is a neural technology innovation company that is transforming human-machine interaction. It is founded by Dan Goldin, the celebrated innovator and former NASA chief who spent the past five decades delivering aerospace and technology products way ahead of the curve. The company has separate divisions for voice biometrics and data center neural computing — both of which are delivering industry-changing products in fast-growing, multibillion dollar markets. uniquely leverages the human voice in its military-grade recognition and authentication technology. It is now possible to authenticate to computers, mobile/web apps and IoT devices with only a few words spoken into a microphone, in any language, no matter how many other people are talking nearby. is new neural computing processing technology, and it will reset the standard for chip/system-level compute performance in data centers and IoT devices. KnuEdge was founded in 2005 and has attracted more than $100 million in private investment to date. For more information, visit or .

Amber Winans
Bhava Communications for KnuEdge Inc.

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