Dialogic Blog

Enabling WebRTC with the Dialogic PowerVille Load Balancer

by Chris Boulton

Jul 16, 2018 2:00:00 PM

I am regularly asked questions from customers wanting to WebRTC-enable their existing or new deployments. If this applies to you, then why not make life easy for yourself and take a good look at the Dialogic PowerVille Load Balancer (LB)?  Whether you are looking to complement your existing solutions with WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) technology or deploy an exciting new service in your network, the PowerVille LB should be a key enabling technology in your solution.

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Topics: WebRTC, Communications Application Development, Internet and Web

Telecom Meets Digital: The Importance of Establishing Controls

by Peter Kuciak

May 24, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Access to the internet has never been easier. Your phone has wifi data while at home and wireless data while on the go. Your favorite café and store offer wifi to guests. Your work files can be accessed remotely from across the world. While we can access whatever we want from wherever we want, there needs to be restrictions set in place to regulate who and what is being accessed. Controls, whether it be parental, employer, or business, are becoming increasingly important.

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Topics: Internet of Things, Communications Application Development

Rightsizing Your Fax Server

by Bob Wildes

May 2, 2018 10:00:00 AM

I was driving to work this week and encountered a fair bit of traffic one morning.  I would imagine many of us do to one extent or another.  I often deal with some that seems to always occur in certain parts of my commute, though on this day the traffic was unbearable.

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Topics: Fax, Communications Application Development

Introducing DialogicONE!

by Peter Kuciak

Apr 6, 2018 9:00:00 AM

The challenge from our communication service provider customers is very clear – we need new applications and services to protect and grow ARPU.  We need differentiated new offerings that go beyond connectivity and security of our networks.  We need to launch new solutions much faster than before.  We need to compete on more than just price.  And my favorite ask – we need access to the latest digital technologies, so that our solutions include an exceptional user experience.

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Topics: Internet of Things, Communications Application Development, Artificial Intelligence

Learning About Cloud Communications and WebRTC From Home

by Vince Puglia

Nov 29, 2017 12:13:27 PM

 

Quickly realizing video and WebRTC are becoming “must have” features for applications in IoT, security, customer support, and social applications - Dialogic teamed up with Telestax to launch a free Cloud communications and WebRTC workshop series. The workshop was designed to give developers and non-developers hands on experience with building feature rich real-time communication applications. We traveled the world delivering these workshops to hundreds of individuals, building in hours what in the past took weeks even months. There was only one issue..... You needed to be physically at the workshop in order to participate. Until now!

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Topics: Communications Application Development, Internet and Web

IoT and Real-Time Communications Convergence (Part 2)

by Jim Machi

Sep 5, 2017 10:36:01 AM

In my August 15th blog, I introduced a whitepaper we have about IoT and Real-Time Communications.  I’ve gotten a few comments about that blog and whitepaper along the lines of “I hadn’t really thought of that” to “it’s inevitable.” The reason Dialogic wanted this whitepaper and is making it available are for those very reasons – to get people to think about what might be possible.  Our industry knows real-time communications very well and there is opportunity for us to grow there.

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Topics: Internet of Things, Communications Application Development

How Will Artificial Intelligence Be Used In the Contact Center?

by Jim Machi

Aug 29, 2017 9:52:09 AM

As I have written about many times before, contact centers have always been at the forefront of technological innovation.  That is because they are driven to both reduce costs while increasing customer service. That is why IVRs, speech recognition, remote agents, and VoIP, to name a few, have become entrenched in the contact center.

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Topics: Communications Application Development, Artificial Intelligence

IoT and Real-Time Communications Convergence (Part 1)

by Jim Machi

Aug 15, 2017 9:00:00 AM

At first glance, it might seem oxymoronic that IoT and real-time communications would converge.  I mean, IoT is all about sensors reporting information right?  I would say yes, mostly right.  But with millions or even potentially billions of things connected to the internet, it would make some kind of logical sense that these things would want to communicate via voice/video to a person. 

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Topics: Guides: How-to's, Infographics, and more, Internet of Things, Communications Application Development

Future of the Multifunction Peripherals (MFP)

by Jim Machi

Aug 1, 2017 9:01:00 AM

MFP’s (Multifunction Peripherals) take up valuable real estate in an enterprise office environment.  As the world goes more digital and more green, it stands to reason that there will be less printing, less scanning, and less faxing. But they will remain essential to the office for when you do need to print, scan, or fax. So, what can you do with them to maximize the real estate?

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Topics: WebRTC, 3G, 4G, 5G, and WiFi, NFV/SDN & Cloud, Communications Application Development

Unified Communications in the Cloud

by Jim Machi

Jul 18, 2017 9:21:50 AM

A couple of weeks ago, I explored the migration to Unified Communications and gave my point of view about how the migration is somewhat determined by economics and the fact that enterprises have already set in place communications systems that have been paid for and work.  But let’s say that you as an enterprise have determined the time is right to move to UC.  Should it be premise-based or cloud-based?   Some enterprises are worried about losing control and want on-premise equipment.  But for many enterprises, UCaaS is the way to go as long as they are satisfied with the Quality of Service (QoS) and security.  And by now, so many enterprises have moved to cloud-based UC that there are more than enough use cases and proof points that QoS and security issues have largely been overcome.

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Topics: WebRTC, NFV/SDN & Cloud, Communications Application Development