Dialogic Blog

Dialogic PowerMedia MRF – A Solution You Can Depend On

by Chris Boulton

Sep 25, 2018 9:00:00 AM

I was lucky enough to be welcomed into the Dialogic fold nearly four years ago – time flies. After being part of a great experience in creating a new start-up company from scratch, Dialogic seemed to be the perfect landing place for our “baby.” I often ask myself why the marriage was perfect, and so thought I would share some musing of my experience to date as it is an analogous story to those of both new and existing Dialogic customers.

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Topics: Unified Communications and Collaboration, Internet and Web, Media Server Software

Telecom Meets Digital: Connected Car Solutions

by Peter Kuciak

Apr 12, 2018 9:00:00 AM

One of the latest technologies we’ve seen making its way to the market is the connected car. This technology provides consumers with increased comfort, vehicle analytics, and most importantly, enhanced safety features. While these features in and of themselves are impressive, the potential to do more is huge. By connecting solutions like the connected car with consumers’ smart phones and smart homes, for example, we can add tremendous value and improve overall user experience. This is where DialogicONE steps in.

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Topics: Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Unified Communications and Collaboration

Advanced Technologies are Coming, Are you Ready?

by Irwin Lazar

Mar 23, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Enterprise communications are on the cusp of a revolutionary transformation as advanced technologies like Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, including AI-assisted search, and virtual and augmented reality arrive to solve real-world collaboration challenges while enabling new services and capabilities.

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Topics: Internet of Things, Unified Communications and Collaboration

7%-38%-55% Rule—An Evolutionary Edge?

by Daniel LoPresti

Jan 19, 2018 10:00:00 AM

I am currently reading the book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. It's a great read on humanity and evolution. One interesting detail is that there were several different species of humans that lived on the earth. Eventually all other species disappeared. Homo sapiens won out in the end, but why?

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Topics: Unified Communications and Collaboration, Voice and Video

Small Enterprises Dominate But are Unified Communications Solutions Meeting Their Needs?

by Miguel Lopes

Nov 30, 2017 7:58:40 AM

In the past, and some would say in the present, the better-known IP-PBX and Unified Communications (UC) vendors focused on large enterprises. The real profit was in obtaining the most significant number of subscribers per business.

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Topics: Unified Communications and Collaboration

Machine Learning Is Improving IVRs

by Gabriel Castaneda

Nov 29, 2017 7:29:23 AM

Machine learning (ML) is a type of Artificial intelligence (AI) that allows software applications to become more accurate in predicting outcomes without being explicitly programmed. In other words, machine learning receives input data and uses statistical analysis to predict an output value.

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Topics: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Unified Communications and Collaboration, IVR, Machine Learning

Millennials and Preferences for Real-Time Communications

by Thomas Schroer

Nov 10, 2017 3:00:00 AM

At the recent CCA in Fort Worth, I attended a session moderated by Margaret McKoin of the Time Group that consisted of a series of presentations and a panel discussion on marketing to Millennials. The discussion was geared towards the preferences and buying patterns of Millennial consumers for telecommunications services, and several interesting points were brought up.

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Topics: Unified Communications and Collaboration

Blockchain and Unified Communications

by Thomas Schroer

Oct 31, 2017 12:21:20 PM

Does blockchain have real value in Unified Communications or is it like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole? Blockchain technology is disruptive in its ability to provide the creation of a distributed ledger eliminating the need for a centralized or third-party participant acting as a middle man to broker transactions.

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Topics: Unified Communications and Collaboration

Building Scalable Video Applications

by Jim Machi

Oct 10, 2017 9:51:00 AM

“In Many Cases, Media Servers Make or Break the Real-Time Video Application.”  

So it says in the beginning of the white paper “Building Real-Time Video Apps that Scale” written by BlogGeek.Me. I couldn’t agree more considering media servers are at the heart of real-time communication applications.

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Topics: WebRTC, Unified Communications and Collaboration, Voice and Video, Media Server Software

Network Monitoring Provides More Than Just Lawful Intercept

by Jim Machi

Sep 27, 2017 10:28:40 AM

Both enterprise and service provider networks, whether PSTN-based, cellular or mobile-based, or IP-based, provide monitoring ability to the administrators of the network.  Most of the network monitoring involves providing analytic information so the network administrators know how the network is behaving.  Some monitoring involves line tapping, both for “lawful intercept,” and in the case of call centers, to help (or hopefully) improve your experience.  Let’s take a further look at some specific monitoring applications.

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Topics: Unified Communications and Collaboration, Voice and Video