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  • WebRTC Disruption is Reaching IMS and Catching the 3GPP’s Attention, But Where is eMRF?

    The 3 rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), the uniting body of telecom standard development organizations, has taken notice of WebRTC. And that means WebRTC is becoming enough of a pain – I’m sorry, I mean it has enough support –...
  • ORCA, the Telecom Industry and WebRTC

    If reading the title of this article only brought to mind a whale, it’s time to learn more. WebRTC has not one, but two different and totally distinct ORCA projects. Here is what they mean for both WebRTC and the telecom industry as a whole. ...
  • Why the Fax Isn’t As Outdated As You Think

    I wrote a blog about faxing a few months ago and got an overwhelming response. Got some comments via email and to the blog, and these comments could basically be boiled down to one question: Why do people still fax? People pointed out that there are now...
  • How Will WebRTC Work With Mobile?

    No doubt you’ve seen one of the numerous headlines talking about “mobile first” design and development. Whether or not you agree with this approach, it’s undeniable that mobile is on the rise – and WebRTC is part of that...
  • Defining the Modern Media Gateway

    Media gateways (MGWs) have long been the workhorses of next-generation networks. But as service providers transition to all-IP networks, are media gateways keeping pace with the challenges they’re facing? Over the past four years, Infonetics...
  • Less is Better than None: How WebRTC Helps Carriers

    Almost everyone knows that telcos’ mobile voice and messaging revenue is declining. With 3G offering a mobile on-ramp to the Internet, OTT services have been proliferating on the data channel and carving out revenue in this area. Ever since that...
  • Introducing Our Latest Diameter Services Helix Video

    As digitization continues and more customer experiences occur online, it’s increasingly important for companies to create compelling digital experiences to suit those needs. Businesses can no longer be content to target customers in only one...
  • Patents and PowerMedia XMS: Good for Dialogic…and Our WebRTC Customers

    Lots of companies talk about how groundbreaking and innovative their products are. But whether those products relate to WebRTC, Diameter, or media servers, the fact is that there’s often not much these companies actually do to back up their claims...
  • Video Telephony: From the Picturephone to WebRTC

    Caption: AT&T introduced the Picturephone service in 1970, but telco-provided consumer video telephony services never found success. The telco community has been trying to make video telephony a commercial success since AT&T introduced the...
  • Recap: TADMeetup NJ 2014

    Last Thursday night, Dialogic hosted a TAD (Telecom Application Developer) MeetUp for New Jersey, which was organized and run by Alan Quayle . Approximately 25 folks attended and we covered some interesting topics like WebRTC, what it really means and...
  • How Diameter Interfaces Can Ease Capacity Demands

    Hotspot 2.0 is a WiFi Alliance standard that allows for seamless discovery and authentication in WiFi networks. With this technology, users authenticate on WiFi networks using the credentials stored on their SIM cards. The experience is similar to roaming...
  • Last Call: TADMeetup NJ Tomorrow Night

    The first TAD (Telecom Application Developer) Meetup NJ is happening tomorrow evening and the excitement is in the air here at Dialogic—not just because we’re hosting the event , but also because the event allows high-level networking and...
  • The New Next Generation Network

    Next-generation networking (NGN) is an overused term. I’ve been in this industry a long time, and NGN comes around and around and around. I’ve seen it used in the enterprise to describe moving from 1Gbps to 10Gbps, and now it’s being...
  • A Free WebRTC Webinar to Prepare You for the Coming Traffic Explosion

    Did you know that more than a billion smartphones, tablets and PCs already support WebRTC , with that number projected to increase exponentially over the next two years? That increase creates both a vast opportunity for mobile revenue growth and new challenges...
  • July 1, 2014: Roaming Independence Day

    The European Union (EU) has declared July 1 something of a Roaming Independence Day – the day when mobile customers in Europe can start to use mobile devices outside of their domestic coverage areas without worrying about bill shock. It’s...
  • Why are 2G and 3G Subscriptions Growing?

    We all hear about LTE this, LTE that. That’s for good reason, given that LTE subscriber growth is expected to have a compound annual growth rate of more than 50 percent for years to come, which is driving a lot of device and infrastructure spending...
  • There’s Nothing like a Good WebRTC Demo!

    There’s no imagination needed when you can see first-hand how a new product or service can be valuable to your business and learn why it is needed. That’s why hundreds of enterprise folks are flocking to Florida this week to attend Enterprise...
  • Are the New Internet Domain Suffixes Worth the Hype?

    Do you remember 10 or 15 years ago when domain names were first being grabbed left and right? A better question might be how could anyone forget – it was like the California Gold Rush all over again. Although the situation calmed down after the...
  • MVNOs Take Back Control

    Mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) are looking for ways to gain more control over the services they deliver to customers. Part of that is driven by a desire to differentiate their services from their competitors’, but it’s also to differentiate...
  • MWC: Hypocrisy about NFV?

    Two weeks ago, I wrote a blog about my initial thoughts on Mobile World Congress . Even today, I am still surprised by the lack of WebRTC messaging at MWC. But of the themes I talked about in that initial blog, NFV stood out as the week went on. And I...
  • Infinity Times One is Still Infinity

    Fifty billion connected devices by the close of the decade – that was the prediction at Mobile World Congress from John Chambers, CEO of Cisco, and there was both agreement and caution from others who went on to speak about the “ Internet...
  • An SBC is not required for a WebRTC Gateway

    A session border controller (SBC) is not required for a WebRTC gateway. That might be a strange statement considering most of the industry has assumed an SBC is necessary for successful WebRTC scenarios. Why would the industry make that mistake? Because...
  • Diameter Takes Center Stage with 4G, But RADIUS Still Matters

    The amount of mobile core traffic due to Diameter signaling is steadily increasing and is directly correlated with the demand for mobile broadband services and the number of connected devices. The always-on nature of today’s devices, which include...
  • The Internet of Things and Other Major Themes from MWC 2014

    Mobile World Congress is buzzing along. It is a mass of mobile communications humanity, all crisply dressed and swiftly moving along like a flash flood in an Arizona wash through both the Barcelona subway system and the venue at the Fira. The 2014...
  • The Final Countdown: Mobile World Congress

    Mobile World Congress is happening this week, and the excitement is palpable here at Dialogic—and not just because it gets us to Barcelona for four days. We’re looking forward to a jam-packed schedule of demos, meetings and speaking sessions...