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: Internet and Web, Communications Application Development, WebRTC

The Evolution of the Software Media Server

by Jim Machi

Jan 9, 2018 5:30:00 AM

As part of Intel in the late 1990’s the Dialogic division saw a window into the incredible processing power of the forthcoming Intel CPUs and decided to port the media processing DSP functions such as echo cancel, play/record, codec creation, conferencing and speech processing, to name a few, to the Intel processor.

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Topics: Media Server Software, WebRTC, NFV/SDN & Cloud, VoLTE/VoWifi & IMS

Top 10 of 2017 - The Number One Blog Topic Should Not Surprise You!

by Thomas Schroer

Jan 1, 2018 5:00:00 AM

 

To close out 2017, I want to recap and share with you the top 10 blogs published this last year in case you missed them. It's no suprise that WebRTC, AI and IoT dominate the headlines. Enjoy!

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Topics: Artificial Intelligence, WebRTC, Internet of Things, Analytics

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

Getting Started With Video – It’s Easier Than You Think.

by Alan Percy

Sep 19, 2017 3:09:08 PM

Video is one of the all-time “killer apps” – allowing users to use their acute sense of vision to see hidden emotion on people’s faces, detect danger, and provide comfort when needed.   Video is quickly becoming the norm for the millennial generation, a feature in many of the social and communications applications.

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Topics: Unified Communications and Collaboration, Voice and Video, WebRTC, Events

MVNO’s Need Their Own Infrastructure To Differentiate

by Jim Machi

Aug 8, 2017 10:11:50 AM

Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) are increasingly investing in their own infrastructure. Why?  Because running on someone else’s mobile network and trying to differentiate via marketing / branding isn’t good enough anymore.  So MVNO’s are putting in some of their own infrastructure to use with the host network to create functional differentiation in addition to the marketing differentiation. 019 Telzar in Israel has recently done this, and it resulted in a 50% increase in its customer base in 5 months. Mobile Virtual Network Enablers (MVNEs) have also emerged to supply the infrastructure differentiation to the MVNO’s, so the MVNO itself doesn’t have to invest in the infrastructure.

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Topics: Signaling, Fax, 3G, 4G, 5G, and WiFi, IPX, VoLTE/VoWifi & IMS, WebRTC

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

WebRTC for Business People - Update

by Jim Machi

Jul 25, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Three or four years ago, when WebRTC was still a strange concept, Tsahi Levent-Levi wrote a paper called “WebRTC for Business People.” That paper helped a fledging community of application developers, vendors, service providers, and enterprises understand WebRTC.  He has updated that paper now in 2017 and you can obtain it here

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Topics: WebRTC

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

IoT and Video go Hand-In-Hand

by Alan Percy

Jul 17, 2017 4:02:19 PM

Like many others, I’ve been watching the adoption of video as it goes from a novel curiosity to a mainstream means of communications.  As humans, we are naturally drawn to images, especially moving images.  As a techie, I’m also drawn to automation systems and the Internet of Things.  What happens when you bring IoT and video together?

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Topics: Internet of Things, Communications Application Development, Analytics, WebRTC