Voice processor is generally a computer system running various application software that perform a number of functions such as voice mail, audiotex and automated attendant. Voice processor is usually work as a standalone computer system that is linked to a PBX or central office (CO). Furthermore, it is a set of application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) present on a printed circuit board (PCB) in the chassis of a PBX or key telephone system (KTS).
The Voice Processor generally is a high quality digital or analog voice processor. It serves as a suitable microphone preamplifier coupled with sophisticated digital signal processing for enhancement of voice recordings. It has inputs for from microphone and has digital and analog outputs. The digital voice processor provides the desired sound settings of voice recordings. Processing of the recorded voices can be made using the additional high level analog input or digital signal. The voice processor unit is very easy to use and requires only a minimum criteria for selection in order to offer effective processing. Other parameters are optimized and controlled adaptivity of the program signal and minimizing the set-up time.
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Advancements in technologies, such as Natural Language Processing (NLP), speech processing, predictive maintenance and machine learning to enhance voice processors have considerably driven the growth of the global voice processor market. However, high initial setup costs are the restraining factors for the voice processors market.
The voice processors market has been segmented on the basis of application, end user and region. The application segment is further bifurcated into concerts, home, party and other. Out of this, concert segment followed by the party segment are estimated to hold the major share of the global voice processors market due to increasing usage of high quality voice processors by the performers during their shows. On the basis of end – user the voice processors market is segment as small and medium size enterprises and large enterprises. Although the share of large enterprises is estimated to be larger there are many opportunities for the start- ups in the developing countries such as India, China, Japan as the market is fragmented in nature in APAC region.
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By region, the global voice processors market, has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (MEA) and South America. As compared to other regions, the Voice Processors market in North America is expected to witness major growth and hold the largest market share during the forecast period. U.S and Canada are projected to drive the growth of Voice Processors market in this region due to the technological advancements in the field of communication. Another factor propelling the growth of the market in this region is the presence of leading players in this region.
In APAC region the leading countries contributing to the growth of voice processors market are Japan, China, South Korea, India and Singapore. The market in APAC region is majorly driven by the considerable growth of small and medium sized enterprises in the market due to rising industrialization. Furthermore the trend of increase in number of people going to musical concerts and attaining grand parties is one of the major factor propelling the growth of the voice processor market in this region. Moreover, voice processor manufacturing organizations are focusing more on the emerging economies such as Bangladesh, India, China, Thailand and Malaysia as these countries hold the supreme potential of adoption of advanced technologies due to increasing industrialization.
Some of the major key vendors in the global voice processors market include Roland Corporation, MUSIC Group IP Ltd. XMOS Ltd, myVolts, Antares, TASCAM, Digitech Harman, and Behringer among the others players.