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Vince Puglia

Vince is the advocate for the developer community within Dialogic. He focuses on influencing a developer-friendly product strategy by working with Dialogic cross-functional teams. He is a subject matter expert for several industry trends including WebRTC, Network Function Virtualization (NFV), and Software Defined Networking. His knowledge ultimately feeds back into the overall product direction.
 

Recent Posts

A ‘TAD’ Bit of Hustle Goes a Long Way – TADHack and Enterprise Connect 2017

by Vince Puglia

Mar 29, 2017 2:04:55 PM

I respect hustle, and in my opinion, hard work trumps talent. Gary Vee (Gary Vaynerchuk) said it best: WORK. That’s how you get it. But often the most difficult part for any venture is taking the first step and not knowing where to start.

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Topics: WebRTC and Multimedia VAS, Communications Application Development

Riding the Media Processing Waves

by Vince Puglia

Jan 11, 2017 10:54:52 AM

'The Third Wave' by Steve Case is a good read from a discernibly credible individual (AOL being a key disrupter of its time) where he analyzes the evolution of the internet and how companies wanting to do business in today's connected world need to adapt and re-think where & how it is done. This got me thinking about where & how the media processing has evolved over the years and has rode its own 'waves' to where we are today.

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Topics: NFV/SDN & Cloud, Guides: How-to's, Infographics, and more

Video Conferencing Arrives in Buffalo

by Vince Puglia

Oct 5, 2016 9:39:00 AM

Being born and raised in Buffalo, NY, I've heard every joke and stereotype imaginable: 

  • Yes, I know the acronym for BILLS is Boy, I Love Losing SuperBowls....
  • No, Buffalo is not basically part of Canada, eh...
  • Yes, we buy our your kid's halloween costume two sizes too big so it can fit over the snowsuit....
  • No, everyone does not eat Buffalo wings (we just call them wings).... 

Ok maybe the last one is true and to top it off, Buffalo has never been on the bleeding-edge of adopting technology. We're not luddites, but rather fashionably late to every party. But something caught my eye while I was walking through the Buffalo airport last week.

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Topics: WebRTC and Multimedia VAS, VoLTE/VoWifi & IMS

How to Build a WebRTC Gateway and Integrate IBM Watson Speech-to-Text Services

by Vince Puglia

Sep 21, 2016 9:38:04 AM

WebRTC and Cognitive Computing are two technologies that are undoubtedly transforming industries but perhaps the velocity of change comes from how easy it is to integrate these two technologies. Cloud-Platforms-as-a-Service (CPaaS) companies like Telestax are enabling web developers to easily add real-time communications to any application through their rapid service creation environment RestComm. Then Cognition-as-a-Service companies like IBM Watson continue to push what artificial intelligence can achieve and provide an easy RESTFul based interface. Combine these two elements and get a cognitive communications that can be used in almost any vertical. From emotional analysis in the contact center to ensure customers are satisfied after every call to smartbot agents capable of handling customer inquiries via SMS - it's all possible with cognitive communications.

This 'how-to' will be a step-by-step guide on building a WebRTC service that interacts with IBM Watson.

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Topics: WebRTC and Multimedia VAS, Guides: How-to's, Infographics, and more

How to Scale Your SIP Applications: Step-by-step Guide

by Vince Puglia

Jun 16, 2016 10:10:27 AM

Scaling SIP services can be tough, but it shouldn't be. Follow this ‘how-to’ guide or video (at the bottom of the post) to get your load balancer working in 10 minutes or less. 

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Topics: Communications Application Development

How to Make a WebRTC App: Step-by-Step Guide

by Vince Puglia

Apr 28, 2016 10:54:54 AM

Back in September 2014, I published what turned out to be a popular blog about “How to Develop a WebRTC Video Conferencing Server Using PowerMedia XMS, Free in An Hour”. As you can imagine, a lot has changed since this blog relative to WebRTC and our PowerMedia XMS media server, so a ‘refresh’ to the content was long overdue.

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Topics: WebRTC and Multimedia VAS, Guides: How-to's, Infographics, and more, Communications Application Development

From Zero to Hello World - The TADHack London Story

by Vince Puglia

Apr 15, 2016 9:03:47 AM


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 with such an app, where do you even start???

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Topics: Events, Communications Application Development

WebRTC Demo Highlights from the TADMeetup

by Vince Puglia

Jul 21, 2014 5:56:11 AM

On July 16, Dialogic hosted the second Telecom Application Developer (TAD) Meetup at our office in Parsippany, N.J. The TADMeetup drew application developers from the tri-state area who  are interested in helping evolve WebRTC communications technologies and practices. More than 22 people from 16 different companies attended the event.

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Second notice - You’re Invited: New Jersey’s Second TADMeetup

by Vince Puglia

Jul 9, 2014 9:07:16 AM

Hopefully by now you’ve registered and blocked off your calendar for next week Wednesday’s TADMeetup in Parsippany, NJ. If not, let this be a friendly reminder that we’ll be gathering at the Dialogic offices (1515 Route 10, Parsippany, NJ 07054) for some live demos around the theme of WebRTC. Be sure to register for the meetup so we have plenty of food.

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You’re Invited: New Jersey’s Second TADMeetup

by Vince Puglia

Jul 3, 2014 6:59:04 AM

Wednesday, July 16 marks New Jersey’s second Telecom Application Developer (TAD) Meetup, which is being organized by Alan Quayle and hosted at Dialogic’s Parsippany office (1515 Route 10, Parsippany, NJ 07054). If you missed the first TADMeetup, check out the post-event recap from Jim Machi.

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