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Seeking Cloud Nirvana

by Mike Hickey May 13, 2016 Business

As I was thinking about a title – words like ‘cloud’ and ‘transforming’ bounced in my head. Then, I got hooked on ‘Nirvana’, and every time I said it, I thought Kurt Cobain, “Come As You Are”, etc. Nothing to do with the cloud, but I just wanted to get the music playing in your […]

5G Market Status

by Jeremy Burton May 5, 2016 Business

By Jim Machi Last week, I wrote about the status and projections of LTE subscriptions. So I figured I should do a brief update on 5G this week.  First of all, as I’ve written before, 5G is clearly in its hype phase.  It was all over MWC a couple of months ago.  Although there are no […]

Scaling Applications with Load Balancing – Using the Right Tool for the Job

by Alan Percy May 5, 2016 Business
Dialogic

Have you ever helped a friend with a home improvement or auto repair project and watched as your friend struggled with a screwdriver trying to pry something free? You think to yourself “gee, a crowbar or pry bar would be the right tool for the job, but since the screw driver is all he has, […]

ScanSource Net90 E-Rate Program

by Jake Shehan May 2, 2016 Business

ScanSource, Inc. E-Rate Promotional Financing Offer To help our customers secure as many E-Rate opportunities as possible while optimizing their cash flow, ScanSource is offering 90-day credit terms on E-Rate orders to approved customers.

Top 10 Best Practices for Communications Application Developers – Tales from the Trenches

by Jeremy Burton April 28, 2016 Business
Dialogic

By Alan Percy You’ve been tasked with turning a great idea for a new communications application into a working product.  Seeming at first to be an insurmountable mountain of effort, there is panic as you realize the magnitude of the project and struggle getting your mind around the thousands of decisions and preparations that need […]

From Zero to Hello World – The TADHack London Story

by Jeremy Burton April 19, 2016 Business
Dialogic

By Vince Puglia Imagine 5p.m. on a Friday, your boss asks you to write an application that can record WebRTC conversations and analyze the speech to identify specific keywords. Oh, and you don’t really have experience using real-time communications and your boss wants to see a demo by Monday… Besides wondering what ‘big-brother’ could do […]

RCS e-Invigoration Reality

by Jeremy Burton April 13, 2016 Business
Dialogic

By Jim Machi But will the hype this time be justified?  RCS has been slowly building momentum mostly because VoLTE has been slowly building momentum.  VoLTE is IP-based voice/video on an LTE / IMS network, and RCS adds IP-based messaging services that are also an evolution to legacy SMS and MMS messaging.  So it makes […]

Hello, Video. Where are you? I am here with WebRTC!

by Jeremy Burton April 13, 2016 Business Management Series
Dialogic

By Elhum Vahdat Video in real-time communications has been coming for a long time. Unfortunately, its hype came way before it should have.  Service Providers knew it had potential, but were never sure how to “sell” it (price, market, etc.).  Also, let’s not forget the discussions around the bandwidth requirements of video.  So what has […]

2016 POSB Zebra TC8000 Blog – Top 4 Benefits of Using the TC8000

by Kim Posey March 29, 2016 AIDC
Zebra

Introducing the Zebra TC8000, and how it’s changing the warehouse landscape Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, warehouse and distribution centers experienced arguably their biggest productivity boost when they deployed wireless, handheld computing devices. Now, Zebra is delivering the NEXT big gain in productivity, with its TC8000 Touch Computer. In a recent web […]

Innovation is “Hot” Again with Communications APIs

by Jeremy Burton March 28, 2016 Business
Dialogic

By Alan Percy One of my first jobs as a software developer in telecommunications was writing an automated hotel wake-up application based on TDM voice boards using an ancient API.  Who knew that nearly 30 years later, applications and APIs would still be a huge catalyst of innovation?   If the last few months can be […]