Definitions for "Digital Speech Interpolation"
A voice compression technique which takes advantage of the natural pauses in human speech to multiplex other conversations onto the same transmission medium.
When speech is digitized, it can be cut into slices such that no bits are transmitted when a person is silent. As soon as speech begins, bits flow again.
DSI - A means of transmitting telephony. Two and One half to three times more efficiently based on the principle that people are talking only about 40% of the time.
Keywords:  mosaix, asai, isv, cti, compliant
An ISV that has developed ASAI-compliant CTI applications, including Mosaix®.