Cloud Computing

IPX Can Enable Revenue Innovation for Voice Wholesalers

by Jeremy Burton August 4, 2015 Business

IPX Revenue Innovation Part 2 By Jim Machi – Dialogic, Inc. In Part 1 of this series, I wrote about a couple of revenue generating ideas for IPX providers. So how can an IPX provider go about this? Firstly, the IPX platform needs to be up-to-date as well as support IPX standards. Obviously Dialogic provides […]

VoLTE / IMS Take on OTT Apps

by Jeremy Burton August 4, 2015 Business

By Jim McLaughlin – Dialogic, Inc. Initially, Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile networks were deployed in order to address an ever-increasing demand for faster mobile data speeds. However, the latest report from the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) highlights growing momentum around a new and different use case for this all-IP mobile network. Specifically, at […]

What Will It Take to Bring Back the Ringback?

by Jeremy Burton August 4, 2015 Business

By Tim Moynihan – Dialogic, Inc. Waaayy back in 2008, ringback tones were music to the ears of the telco industry. The ringback tone (RBT) market in the U.S. had just peaked at $200+ million, and analysts were predicting global sales of $4.7 BILLION by 2012. Somewhere along the way, however, the dreams of ringback […]

Four Good Reasons to FoIP

by Jeremy Burton August 4, 2015 Business

By Tim Moynihan – Dialogic, Inc. The death of the fax, to paraphrase Mark Twain, has been greatly exaggerated. While traditional fax services are declining, there are still more than 40 million fax machines in service around the world generating billions of faxes every year. And Fax over IP (FoIP) services are actually on the […]

Why Are Mobile Operators Tuning Into Music and Video Services?

by Jeremy Burton August 4, 2015 Business

By Tim Moynihan – Dialogic, Inc.   Maybe you’re one of those people that still uses the factory-default ring tone, and that’s fine. Not everybody wants to hear the opening strains of Beethoven’s Fifth blaring from your pocket. But for many people, music makes up part of their identity. The same holds true for our […]

5G and NFV: Part 4 – Network Functions Virtualization and Software Defined Networking: The Telecom Paradigm of the Future

by Jeremy Burton July 13, 2015 Business

By Chet Berry How will 5G ever become actualized if it requires CSPs to make sweeping changes to their legacy investments and infrastructure? Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) are envisioned to facilitate the transition of the magnitude required by 5G. If we examine the basic benefit pillars that NFV and SDN […]

Sending a Message About the Importance of Medication Adherence

by Jeremy Burton July 13, 2015 Business

By Tim Moynihan, Dialogic, Inc. Maybe the old physicians’ line should have gone, “Take one pill and call me in the morning.” That’s because nearly half of all patients don’t take their medication as prescribed, something known as medication nonadherence. It’s a growing problem for physicians and their patients, particularly for treatments such as HIV/AIDS […]

Adding Voice to Your Windows Apps Just Got Easier

by Jeremy Burton July 13, 2015 Business

By Tim Moynihan, Dialogic, Inc. There are millions of .NET developers out there, with more to come now that Microsoft has made .NET an open-source platform. Yet .NET developers with hands-on experience building voice-enabled applications can still be relatively hard to find. This presents a challenge to enterprises, especially as they look to wrap voice […]

WebRTC Cannot Escape the Codec Challenge of the Past: The Need to Transcode

by Jeremy Burton July 13, 2015 Business

By Tsahi Levent-Levi All the signs direct to a sad truth: transcoding will be an integral part of our WebRTC future. It started out nicely. The utopian idea that a single voice codec and a single video codec can rule it all in WebRTC: just have Opus and VP8 supported and all will be good […]

The Role of Media Servers in NG911 and e911

by Jeremy Burton July 13, 2015 Business

By Jim Machi, Dialogic, Inc. While we take for granted now that we can use text, video and data to communicate with each other, this is not yet the case for emergency communications. However, enhanced 911, or Next Generation 911, aims to enable emergency services to handle text, video or hi-def pictures, which is clearly […]