Developers

Developers

  • New Developer Forum for Signalling and SS7

    Today we just opened the latest in our family of web forums, the SS7 and Signalling forum. I'd like to welcome Paul O'Sullivan and his team, and I would like to encourage all of our forum users to visit and learn more about our SS7 and Signalling...
  • October Podcast

    A new podcast just went live - just follow the podcasts tab from the main DRC page. This podcast is an interview with James Besley, Senior VP of Sales and Service for Dialogic, where he talks about the launch and goals of Dialogic.
  • The First Software Engineer in Space?

    Well, I don't know whether Frederick Sturckow ever writes a few lines in Python or whether Neil Armstrong ever got to grips with Algol 68, but Charles Simonyi cerainly knows something about programming. Anyway, as noted previously he's off...
  • Valentine's Day is Over

    The ultra-focussed online magazine, 160characters says that T-Mobile wants to give a prize to a 'text laureate' who can write the best love SMS poem. The story is here , and the T-Mobile love-text site is here . Keep sending those texts.
  • Multi Tasking

    As I come to shut down my browser, I find an eclectic list of sites: Rob Grant's telephone pages; the Institution of Engineering and Technology; Wikipedia entries on Richard Nixon and zanshin; Google maps; the Developer Resource Centre; October's...
  • Spring VON Stockholm

    Spring VON Europe is on next week, and I'll be there at the conference and the expo where Dialogic have a booth. Drop me a line if you'll be there and want to meet up. On the Thursday I'm chairing the panel on The Real Risks of VoIP Security...
  • Eurosec Paris

    I shall be speaking at Eurosec Paris this week on the subject of VoIP Security, representing Dialogic and VOIPSA, the VoIP Security Alliance . The session is called L'autre facette des nouvelle technologies , or if you prefer The flipside of new technologies...
  • Making Innovation Thrive

    Just a reminder: we have a terrific (and growing) set of application notes available at: http://www.dialogic.com/products/applnote.htm They cover the full range of topics in media and signalling, TDM and VoIP, PBX and public PSTN. Take a look through...
  • Spin Buffers

    DDJ has an interesting article about Spin Buffers . It's a variation on the familiar circular buffer or ring, but I've never seen this simplified spin buffer approach before. You can find the article here , although at the moment the code listings...
  • Location Based Services

    If you've ever wondered how network-based Location Based Services (LBS) works, then there's a nice whitepaper available from Dialogic: Adding Location-Based Services to Existing Architectures It gives a nice technology overview, as well as some...
  • IVR Tools

    In his blog, Alec Saunders talks about Voxeo Designer 8, and how tools like this enable building your own IVR system. Many of these products are compatible with Dialogic's adapters...
  • OCS and the RT Audio Codec

    Dialogic has just licensed the RT Audio Codec from Microsoft. As you may know, Microsoft's Office Communicator client uses their own codec to provide high quality audio between clients within an OCS setup. However, when you go outside, RT Audio needs...
  • Motto

    At a conference today, the folder has a pretty nice quote on it, could be a motto: Be curious always! For knowledge will not acquire you: You must acquire it.
  • Customer Survey

    Are you a Dialogic customer? If so, we want to hear from you! Please click on the following link to participate in a short survey. Once you have completed the survey you will be entered into a drawing for a $250 Visa Gift Card. Thanks for participating...
  • Internet Telephony and Expo

    If you're heading to Florida to visit Internet Telephony next week, you might like to know that there's an advanced SIP training course going on there, hosted by Dialogic. You can find details on our web site here: http://www.dialogic.com...
  • Dialogic Partner Training

    Just a reminder that the latest product training powerpoints are available via the "Partner Resource Center" at the top of the Dialogic website pages. You can also follow this link . You will be prompted for your company's login name and...
  • Babel

    A survey in National Geographic says that although English is the most used language on the web, the second place (and fast growing) is Chinese. Also Russian has just dropped out of the top ten to be replaced by another fast growing language, Arabic.
  • Curious about CCXML?

    If you wanted to know what CCXML is all about, my friend Dan York has written a short tutorial about it over on the Voxeo blog. Take a look .
  • Charles in Space

    Charles Simonyi is now on the International Space Station. There is now a video up on his site , taken on the ISS. Strange that the ISS budget doesn't strain to hands-free comms equipment, or perhaps bluetooth headsets?
  • One Event - Salzburg

    The partner event moves on to Salzburg, Austria on Monday. We close the week with the momentous news that Dialogic have bought Cantata . The press release can be found here . Have a think about that over the weekend and bring your questions to the One...
  • Dialogic on 2007 Pulver 100

    It's nice to see Dialogic named on Pulver's 100 businesses to watch in 2007 , so please let me share my self-satisfaction with you here. It's a good list (I would say that, wouldn't I), featuring some of the companies that interested me...
  • Microsoft Office Communications Server Public Beta

    The public beta is out for Microsoft OCS, so anyone that wants to start testing can download from Microsoft now. See the Technet website .
  • Dialogic One Events

    The European partner events are kicking off this week with Ascot starting today, followed by Rome and then next week Salzburg. Come and say hello if you're attending!
  • Grady Booch gets DDJ Award

    Dr Dobbs Journal have awarded Grady Booch with their 2007 Excellence in Programming Award. Anyone that has studied object oriented programming must have seen at least one of his books. He received his award in Second Life . I suppose it saves on a flight...
  • IPTComm 2007

    I'm at the IPTComm conference at Columbia University in NY. In his opening remarks, Henning Schulzrinne revealed that the university had just experienced its first SPIT (SPAM over Internet Telephony) attack to its VoIP phone system. Some attacker...