Market Segments

Solving WebRTC’s Media Server & NAT Traversal Problems in One Shot!

by Chad Hart February 23, 2015 Cloud Computing
Dialogic

Diameter Signaling Controllers (DSCs) are the general term used to describe products that enable load balancing and scaling of Diameter signaling traffic on LTE/IMS networks as well as enabling secure signaling interworking of LTE/IMS networks with other networks. The DSCs first rolled out were the Diameter Routing Agents (DRAs), which were really designed for load […]

Could WebRTC Initiate Changes in the Contact Center?

by Jim Machi February 16, 2015 Cloud Computing
Dialogic

Last week, I introduced some cool goings on in the contact center, such as cloud, smartphones and video. This week, I’ll finish my thoughts about how the contact center will continue to morph. Integration of social media is also becoming more critical. If there’s outrage over a product defect, social media can give you a […]

What’s Happening in the Contact Center?

by Jim Machi February 9, 2015 Cloud Computing
Dialogic

When I started writing my blog about why the fax is still relevant a few weeks ago, it got me thinking about the contact center in general. I spend a lot of time talking about mobile networks and service provider-related things like signaling, but in my early years at Dialogic, I learned a lot about […]

Managed IP Phones – Bringing Order to the Desktop

by Alan Percy February 6, 2015 Enterprise

Moving to a SIP-based IP-PBX, Contact Center or Unified Communications system often involves retiring an old and expensive PBX, replacing the desktop legacy phones with new IP Phones.  Deploying new IP Phones often results in chaos at the desktop – an opportunity for partners. Let’s face it, provisioning and installing hundreds of IP Phones can […]

Why You Need to Care About WebRTC & HD Voice

by Jim Machi February 2, 2015 Cloud Computing
Dialogic

I could blog about the importance of WebRTC and high-definition (HD) voice until my fingers fall off, but it wouldn’t matter unless I can explain why they’re so important. Taken together, these technologies will make a large impact on your business and the future of the telecom industry as a whole. Here’s why you should […]

WebRTC and the Enterprise

by Jeremy Burton January 29, 2015 Cloud Computing

I was reading an article titled, “How WebRTC can serve the Enterprise” but when I originally saw the headline I thought it read “How WebRTC can SAVE the Enterprise.” So I was like “wow, that’s an interesting thought” because I didn’t know the Enterprise needed to be saved. The enterprise though has always been about […]

Does My Application Require a Session Border Controller (SBC) or a Gateway?

by Philip Weeks January 7, 2015 Enterprise

When working in a modern Voice over IP environment, we often come across questions regarding the type of appliance needed for a particular application.  In particular, we are asked when an SBC is required vs. a gateway. Both products perform similar functions.  That is, they take an input from one source and output it to […]

Session Border Controllers – Why are they necessary?

by Philip Weeks January 6, 2015 Business

Session Border Controllers (SBCs) are increasingly necessary in modern Voice Over IP environments due to provider requirements and customer needs. These are typically grouped into three primary areas: Security Routing Media conversion (transcoding) Protocol normalization Let’s look at each of these in turn. The term “security” encompasses many concepts, but it primarily boils down to […]