Ditech Networks (NASDAQ: DITC), a leader in voice solutions for quality and transcription, today announced that its PhoneTag Auto voice-to-text service is now available in a suite of languages including: English, French, Spanish and German. Ditech’s PhoneTag service enables multiple voice-to-text applications, including voicemail, voice SMS, voice to email, and conference call transcription. All four languages are available now for trialing and revenue service.

“Up to this point, PhoneTag Auto was only available in English. Based upon demand from a number of carriers worldwide, we extended our PhoneTag Auto offering to support these three additional languages,” said Karl Brown, vice president of marketing for Ditech Networks. “Carriers are now able to offer a wider range of voice to text applications in multiple languages based upon the highly accurate PhoneTag Auto platform.”

PhoneTag Auto is a fully automated voicemail transcription service that, in a third party study of automated English transcription services, surpassed several other competitors in accuracy and consistency. PhoneTag Auto is available as a cloud service, or on premises behind the firewall for enterprises with a need to preserve data within their own network. In addition to its PhoneTag Auto offering, Ditech also offers PhoneTag Hybrid and PhoneTag Live in multiple languages today.

For more information about Ditech’s PhoneTag offering, please visit Hall 2, booth 2C62 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on February 14-17, 2011.

About Ditech Networks

Ditech Networks is revolutionizing modern communications with advanced voice processing solutions and voice applications that offer network and speech quality enhancement, voice call control, speech-powered web access, voice-to-text services, and more. Ditech believes in the power and simplicity of human speech. Its technology is designed to deliver compelling voice capabilities to emerging forms of communication like social networking and text messaging, allowing consumers to use voice in ways that make sense in today’s Web 2.0-savvy world.