The end of 2009 and the beginning of 2010 brought some interesting announcements in the telecom world. It began in mid December with TeliaSonera announcing the deployment of LTE in 25 cities. This was followed at the very end of the year with an announcement by Orange UK to roll out HD voice across its network and then at beginning of 2010 with AT&T issuing a challenge to the FCC to stand up to its mandate to provide broadband to the masses by letting them off the hook to provide basic telephony services.
All this points to some bold positioning among telephony companies towards cutting edge technology. This makes for exciting times because the upheaval caused by a rapid migration towards new networks always brings new opportunities.
So, in the spirit of the new year, let's make some predictions:
So there you have it. We will have to wait until next year to see if I'm right.
Brian, you didn't predict this as the year that Dialogic adds support for Windows 2008 x64 to your HMP product. This is at least 12 months overdue. Please see this post in your forums: www.dialogic.com/.../25351.aspx
Please can you issue a statement on where Dialogic stands with supporting *modern* Windows platforms? The silence from Dialogic makes it very difficult for developers & innovators who have to or want to use your product. Thank you.