VocalZoom, a leading supplier of Human-to-Machine Communication (HMC) optical sensors that enable a more natural, personalized and secure voice-control experience, today announced voice biometrics technology using its optical sensor that performs all voiceprint acquisition and embedded template matching, eliminates the microphones and noise reduction software of traditional acoustic solutions, and takes voiceprint verification out of an external processor or cloud-based server to the security of an embedded, match-in-sensor architecture.

“We all want the simplicity of authenticating to applications and services with our voice, but until now, solutions have been complex and expensive, are not reliable in noisy environments, and are vulnerable to cloned voiceprints,” said Tal Bakish, chief executive officer, VocalZoom. “VocalZoom plans to deliver the industry’s first speaker verification sensor using a match-in-sensor architecture, which will drive a paradigm shift in behavioral authentication.”

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