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Synapse TAP Workstations offer an integrated cross-platform solution without the compatibility issues normally encountered in network, mainframe, emulations or Unix environments. TAP systems support Sun Microsystems, Silicon Graphics, HP UNIX, Macintosh, PC operating systems and mainframe environments.

Meet your requirements for reasonable accommodation under the ADA. A Synapse TAP Workstation is the perfect accommodation for employers wishing to accommodate employees with a limiting condition or disability.

The Synapse TAP Device is at the center of Synapse TAP Workstation. The TAP Device is responsible for converting keystroke and mouse events originating in the speech accessing computer and converting them into understandable events before presenting them to the host computer.

Because the host computer is receiving only keystrokes and mouse events no issues of compatibility can develop. The installation of a Synapse TAP Workstation does not require that any software be installed on the host computer. The compute intensive task of speech recognition occurs entirely on the speech accessing side of the system and therefore no loss of performance on the host computer can occur.

One large vocabulary (60,000 words) speech accessing computer may communicate with many platforms. Additional TAP devices are required for each host computer. With the addition of a Synapse TAP Switch it is possible to control a Sun Workstation, a Silicon Graphics Workstation, a HP UNIX Workstation, a Macintosh and a PC running any operating system from one accessing machine at the same time.

Portability is another principal benefit of a Synapse TAP Workstation. No software is required on the host machine. Simply plug a Synapse TAP Workstation into any host computer the workstation supports.

Synapse is developing new solutions for the TAP that are even more portable and wireless. In the future a wireless handheld Synapse TAP

Workstation will allow users to communicate to any computer regardless of platform or operating system. Smaller and more portable Synapse TAP Workstations are currently in development and a wearable version will be available soon.

Features:

Voice recognition cross-platform access to Networks, Mac, SGI, SUN, HP UNIX, PCs running any operating system and mainframes. Access to DOS/Windows/Win95/NT applications Internet/Intranet/network connectivity.

Options:

Headmouse, Eye-tracking or other alternative pointing devices. Motorized adjustable workstation furniture. Single-switch interface. Augmentative communication tools.

Synapse TAP System Clients Include:

Boeing, Lockheed, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, California State Automobile Association, National Security Agency, Hewitt-Packard, Sun Microsystems, Silicon Graphics, Lam Research, Stanford University.

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San Rafael, CA 94901

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