You'll find listed below a selection of industry events/exhibitions and conferences that Dialogic is attending during the coming year. To view an individual event simply click on the links below.



LTE North America 2014
InterContinental Hotel, Dallas, Texas

With North America being the world's dominant LTE market and subscriptions forecast to boom six-fold from 26 million at end-2012 to 162 million by end-2017, according to Informa Telecoms & Media, this year's LTE North America event falls at an incredibly exciting time.  Following on from the success of last year, the event returns to the host city of Dallas on November 18-20 for North America's premium networking event for the 4G community.

The dedicated Signaling Focus Day at the LTE North America brings together signaling experts from across the North America, including Dialogic, It will be an opportunity to discuss the challenges of signaling in the big data era, and what operators can do to maximize quality of service, while minimizing costs and the risk of a signaling storm.

Please join us at LTE World North America to learn more.  To schedule a meeting, please send an email to

Look forward to seeing you in Dallas!



WebRTC Conference & Expo
San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA, US

WebRTC Conference and Expo is the opportunity for companies, web application providers, investors and developers to understand the exciting opportunity that WebRTC opens and how it will challenge and change much of today's communications landscape. WebRTC is making an impact, secure the knowledge you need to succeed — WebRTC Conference and Expo will help you map the course!

We look forward to seeing you in San Jose - to schedule a meeting, please send an email to



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 Diameter Signaling Controllers, Meet Your Future

Why the DSC of yesterday won’t meet the needs of your Diameter networks now

In a very short time, the strategic value of Diameter Signaling Controllers (DSCs) has increased dramatically. A DSC is now being seen not only as a platform to support Diameter routing, mediation and security but also as a means to interwork, orchestrate and enhance other control plane signaling protocols such as RADIUS and SS7. And the DSC is emerging to play a key role in Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) environments that will fundamentally change how the control plane is utilized in next-generation virtualized IP networks.

Join Tom Schroer – Director of Service Provider Marketing, and Jim Hodges – Senior Analyst for Heavy Reading, as they discuss how service providers are leveraging the next wave of signaling controller functionality today and cover use cases that highlight the additional functionality DSCs will need to meet emerging control plane signaling orchestration requirements.

You’ll learn all about:

  • Techniques to mine the value of control plane messages to enhance and differentiate services
  • How signaling interworking can reduce service delivery costs and speed up interoperability with other networks
  • Accelerating service velocity and reducing costs through signaling orchestration

Day/Date:       Thursday, September 11, 2014

Time:             10 AM ET

Register here.

Light Reading Webinar


WebRTC Webinar - Preparing networks for a traffic expolosion

WebRTC is creating vast opportunities for mobile revenue growth, but service providers need to be cautious.  More than one billion devices (smartphones, tablets and PCs) already support WebRTC and that number is expected to grow to four billion by 2016.  To capitalize on WebRTC, however, service providers will have to overcome countless challenges in managing the sharp rise in video, voice and data traffic on their networks.

Join thought leaders from  Dialogic and EXFO on Tuesday, March 25 at 11 AM ET for a webinar to discuss:

  • WebRTC technology and its impact on networks
  • Architectural requirements of WebRTC implementation, including:
    • Internetworking WebRTC, signaling and media with IMS
    • Handling HD video
    • Dealing with peer-to-peer and client-to-server traffic

Register now!



The Rise of NFV and the Software Telco. Webinar

On July 11, 2013, Dialogic and Light Reading will present an informative, free webinar that explores: “The Rise of NFV and the Software Telco.”

Service Providers are driving a transformative concept called Network Functions Virtualization or NFV that moves network functionality to software and leverages commercially available IT server and virtualization technology. 

Join us as we discuss NFV, and cover the challenges and key criteria service providers should consider when implementing an NFV strategy.

Highlights Include:

  • Criteria to determine which network functions are good candidates for virtualization.
  • Virtualizing session border controller functionality.
  • Vendor considerations to align your virtualization strategy.
  • Use cases that rationalize NFV benefits of virtualized SBCs including increased flexibility, faster service deployment and lower TCO.

The Rise of NFV and the Software Telco Webinar


VCXC Start! Campaign Webinar: Interacting with LTE Networks

Dialogic will host a Free webinar on Interacting with LTE Networks on Wednesday, May 22 at 1 p.m. EST.  Dialogic’s  Jim Machi, VP of product management, and BroadForward’s  Steven van Zanen, head of product management, will discuss how to use LTE Networks to connect to the Internet. Steve will also describe how they’re using Dialogic components to build a Diameter Interworking Function (DIF) and have deployed it demonstrating various use cases.

LTE Networks allow our smart devices to be true mobile on-ramps to the Internet.  But the LTE Networks do not exist in their own world as they interact with other networks to enable a seamless user experience.  This webinar will explore the signaling and media interactions required when LTE networks interact with other networks, and how these Diameter and media conversion issues can be addressed. With LTE Networks the future of any-to-any networking is here today.

What attendees will learn:

  • Types of interactions with other networks that are required to enable revenue
  • Best practices to deploy LTE Networks
  • Determine how to engage a burgeoning market


To register for the free webinar go to: This webinar is available to the anyone interested in attending. The webinar will be available for on-demand viewing for those that miss the live broadcast.

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Webinar: WebRTC: The Browser Speaks; Telcos listen

WebRTC is the new hero of telecom - even as it disrupts the notion of how subscribers and devices communicate.  Harnessing the power of video, voice and data as standard real-time communication features, webRTC, as envisioned for HTML5 browsers, is redefining technology roadmaps everywhere.  Championed by Google and Tier 1 Mobile Operators such as AT&T, this emerging standard leverages software built directly into the web browser to transform any Internet-connected device into a rich communications endpoint.  Developers can elevate the impact of rich media to create new forms of video and voice interaction for applications such as social networking, gaming, B2C customer support or conferencing.    

WebRTC promises to unleash further innovations in connecting web users to telecom networks as well as revolutionizing new possibilities from TV's to in-car systems. Every aspect of the trillion dollar consumer, carrier, OTT and enterprise communications sphere will benefit from this disruption. We invite you to join us for this free webinar and hear leaders in webRTC share the forecasts, the possibilities and the elements for success in this year's most compelling technology trend.

Who should attend?

Telecom and Web Services CTOs, Business Managers, Product Managers and Developers intrigued by the disruptive potential of WebRTC



Accelerating the Contact Center Transformation with Session Border Controllers
Accelerating the Contact Center Transformation with Session Border Controllers

The Contact Center marketplace is undergoing a major transformation as operators are consolidating and changing out legacy circuit-switched technology with IP-based technology.   The movement to IP offers a high potential for increased flexibility and reduced CAPEX and OPEX, but also ushers in a new set of issues that involve hosted and premise based options, security and new transport choices such as SIP Trunks.

Join ScanSource and Dialogic as we discuss four important criteria to consider when making SBC purchases for contact centers: 

  • Security capabilities to protect open and managed IP networks
  • Total Cost of Ownership
  • Multimedia services support including video and HD Voice
  • Interworking and connectivity between both IP and TDM networks

Join ScanSource Communications and Dialogic to learn how Dialogic® BorderNet™ Session Border Controllers can help solution and service providers transform their contact centers.  


James Rafferty, Product Line Director, BorderNet 2020 SBC

Thomas Schroer, Director of Service Provider Marketing



TelecomAsia Live Q&A - Enabling Next Generation Network Capabilities For Service Delivery : The Expanding Role of Session Border Controllers
Virtual, Webinar

Webinar Registration

Date & Time: Thursday, 11 October 2012
India - 8:30am
Hong Kong / Singapore - 11:00am
Sydney - 1:00pm

Service providers have been evolving their networks to take advantage of the reduced costs, operational efficiencies and innovative services that the evolution to all-IP networks provides. What service providers are effectively doing is re-architecting their networks in a manner that decouples the services from the underlying access methodology and transport. In these flattened networks, traffic will consist of content provided by service providers and end-users and in some cases a collaboration of both.

Many of the network functions previously delivered in core switches are being delivered in the edge of the network. Session border controllers are taking on an expanded role in enabling this new architecture in both fixed and mobile networks supporting interoperability functions previously delivered by legacy PSTN switches and softswitches. But despite their expanded role, there is still a need for centralized service delivery, management and policy control across border elements.

In this webinar we’ll discuss how service providers are rationally deploying session border controllers to address not only traditional security issues and protocol repairing between networks but also to help them evolve their network by leveraging session control, routing, policy and management functionality that can help optimize performance, improve ARPU and reduce costs.

Join this live discussion between Telecom Asia and our guest speakers as they discuss the expanding role of SBCs in network architecture evolution.


John Tanner, Global Technology Editor, Telecom Asia


Thomas Schroer, Segment Marketing Director, Dialogic Inc

Simha Sadasiva, Sr. Director Engineering, Dialogic Inc


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Dialogic Live Chat
Web Audio Conference

Do you want to:
... develop a mobile value-added services solution?
... make your network infrastructure more efficient?

Dialogic can help. Get the answers you need to enable your innovative services and extract the most from current networks while also supporting the delivery of new revenue-generating services. Join Dialogic product experts for a Dialogic Live Chat.

Dialogic Live Chat is a series of 30 minute sessions focusing on various topics across Mobile Value Added Services and Network Infrastructure. These short sessions will cover key points for each topic followed by an interactive live discussion to address any questions or issues you may have.

Why wait? Register now for an upcoming Dialogic Live Chat.
Get the information you need in just 30 minutes.

For more information, please contact

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Webinar: Interconnecting the IP user Experience

Online Archive Available

Interconnecting the IP user experience

Customers’ preference for mobility, personalization and all things digital and the evolution to all-IP are changing the way service providers interconnect and architect their networks.  Voice as a standalone service is becoming part of a combined service or enhanced in such a way to improve the user experience.  As more and more services are migrating to IP, traditional carrier termination and transiting is evolving into a new model of an IP exchange (IPX) that takes into account network and service connectivity as well as QoS.  There is still a real world need to accommodate traditional TDM connectivity, but service providers are looking for solutions based on IP that can accommodate next generation service, connectivity and security concerns, provide seamless delivery of services across mobile and fixed domains, as well as interwork IP and TDM hybrid networks.   

In this webinar we will step you through the key considerations in developing a rational and manageable architectural framework that enables the any-to-any connectivity, security and QoS needed to support the low latency delivery of streaming and real-time multimedia services between fixed and mobile networks.

Presenter: Tom Schroer, Director Service Provider Marketing Dialogic

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Deliver on the Video Promise of NG9-1-1

The rollout of NG9-1-1 provides for enhanced capabilities including the delivery of live video from remote locations.  This free webinar explains how to: 

  • Improve coordination by delivering live streams of incidents as they happen
  • Connect multiple parties to a video conference using standard mobile devices
  • Enable video calling for the deaf
  • Deliver video instructions for life saving interventions in the field

Please join Neil Weldon while he explores how Dialogic media and signaling solutions support the needs of NG9-1-1 today and provide a smooth migration for the rollout of new NG9-1-1 services in the future.



Best Practices Webinar: Implementing Enterprise Fax over IP

Biscom logoOrganizations migrating to a Fax over IP (FoIP) solution today understand the cost and productivity-related benefits of implementing IP fax. However, many still lack a full understanding of the different FoIP transport methods and the options associated with it.

Join us for this informative webinar and learn:

  • Considerations between T.38 and G.711 for sending faxes over an IP network
  • Considerations before choosing a SIP Trunk Provider
  • How to identify cost saving strategies when migrating to FoIP
  • How two enterprises have transitioned to FoIP


Led by two of the top FoIP experts from Biscom and Dialogic, this webinar will look at the different fax transport methods and what is necessary to provide a sufficient level of network performance to support reliable operation. We’ll end with two real world customers that saw immediate improvements in productivity, operational efficiencies and cost reductions by switching to FoIP.

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Give Your Business Application a Voice with Glorsoft Velocity

Listen to this informative webinar featuring Velocity by  Glorsoft

Originally recorded Thursday, December 1, 2011 

Communication convergence comes in many forms. Applied to business processes and applications, it can quickly yield new productivity gains, streamline existing processes to improve customer service, and enable rapid response to changing markets and demands.

Dialogic is pleased to showcase the benefits of Velocity™, a rapid application development toolkit from Glorsoft that enables Microsoft .NET developers to create feature-rich telephony applications incorporating the latest in IP-based speech technologies.

In this webinar, you will learn about:
• How easy it is for .NET developers to voice enable applications
• Automating business processes using IVR and speech technology
• Real world examples of voice solutions created by .NET developers

Listen to the archive.

If you have issues accessing webinar archive use this URL: Enter recording ID: aJ8D6S8 Key: WzQK5'M   

Solution Showcase Webinar


iPhones and Androids and IVRs: Customer Self-Service in the Smart Phone Age
Webinar with Ovum and TMC

Interactive Voice Response and Voice Portals have long been the mainstay customer self-service solutions used to front-end and off-load contact center agents. As more and more people trade-up to smart phones, what is the impact on these traditional customer self-service solutions? Where does the lowly audio menu and touchtone interface fit into a communications continuum that now puts the broadband multimedia web in customer pockets? What are the new end user expectations for customer service and how can IVR solution providers enable their customers to meet them?

Listen to this webinar archive and learn about today’s consumer preferences for customer service based on recent surveys by market research firm OVUM, and the implications for innovating self-service solutions such as IVR.


Daniel Hong, Lead Analyst, Customer Interaction, OVUM
Bud Walder, Solution Marketing Director, Dialogic

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Free Webinar: Mobile Valued-Added Services: Revenue Growth through Service Innovation

Mobile Value Added Services are going through a significant level of growth, driven by the increasing penetration of smart phones, the opening of new markets and the delivery of better bandwidth availability.  Supporting Service Providers in delivering these services requires both the technical capabilities and the ability to build meaningful partnerships.

Register now for this free webinar brought you by Dialogic and to gain an understanding of these and how innovation is changing the areas of the network, messaging, entertainment and mobile commerce. Understand how Dialogic can support the delivery of Mobile Value Added Services. Gain insights on how Pharos has built strategic partnerships with service providers to deliver new capabilities.

This webinar will address the following key points:

  • What are the new revenue areas for Mobile VAS
  • What are the drivers for the new Services
  • How to build a platform for delivering across many Mobile VAS segments
  • How to work with Service Providers to build partnerships
  • How to position yourself for rapid evolution of services and capabilities.

Date: Wednesday 19th October 2011
Time variations: 11am London, 12pm South Africa, 2pm United Arab Emirates

Unable to attend this date/time? All registered attendees will receive a unique link which will allow them to view the webinar content after the event has taken place

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Communication Enabling the Cloud for Service Providers and Enterprises


Cloud deployments show the blurring of Enterprise and Service Provider  as their requirements overlap in many ways. This makes it easier for both Service Providers and Enterprise looking to deliver new Communications enabled Cloud services. In this Webinar we will look at the solutions, motivations and needs of the different players and how Dialogic can support you in the development and deployments of cloud based services.


- Benefits and requirements in enabling a Cloud Solution
- Defining the role and motivation of the Cloud ecosystem 
- Review of Dialogic Customer Deployments in the Cloud
- Enabling the Cloud with Dialogic Technology
- Summary

Date and Time:

The webinar took place on Tuseday August 30 at 10:00 CET.

Who Should Attend?

Enterprises, Service Providers, ISVs, VARs and OEMs looking to deliver Cloud services which need media or signalling capabilities.

Dialogic Presenter:

Neil Weldon is the Director of Technology in Dialogic. Neil has been with Dialogic 18 years during much of which he has worked in engineering product development holding the position of Director of Engineering prior to becoming Director of Technology. In his current role Neil is responsible for helping position Dialogic’s direction and strategy for future growth, supporting the Marketing efforts for these plans and helping communicate the vision both internally and externally.

Neil’s current areas of interest include the delivery of Value Added Services through Cloud environments,  the integration of Media and Signaling into Web 2.0 environments,  SIP trunking, and Mobile Broadband technologies, currently centered on Video and HD Audio technologies.
Neil has a B.A (mod) degree in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin.

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Joint webinar with Digium - Building Video Conferencing Solutions with Asterisk®

Advances in technology and the widespread availability of IP network connectivity are fueling tremendous growth in video conferencing. Also stimulating the growth are changes in the business environment including a more geographically dispersed workforce, increases in the use of home offices and business travel in general. The consumerization and access to video conferencing via webcam enabled instant messengers and smart phones are elevating the general awareness and comfort with video communications as never before.

In the past, multipoint video conferencing technology was expensive and relied on complicated proprietary platforms which helped to keep adoption rates low. But as demand and interest in video conferencing grows, new approaches that leverage open source software and standard hardware platforms are breaking through these barriers.

In the same way that Asterisk has had a huge impact on the enterprise voice market, cost-effective video conferencing can be built on Asterisk using advanced video capabilities of the DiaStar® Server solution.

This webinar, suitable for either technical or business audiences, will cover the following:

  • An overview of Asterisk
  • The Video Conferencing market
  • How to create a fully featured video conferencing solution controlled from the Asterisk dialplan
  • Video endpoint support for desktop and PC-based clients • iPhone, Android and iPad mobile video clients
  • Multiparty display
  • Adding high-definition audio to your video conference


  • Steve Sokol – Marketing Director for Asterisk at Digium
  • Antony Martin – Director of Open Source Engineering, Dialogic Corporation

Register here.

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Making VoIP Secure and Efficient Across Enterprise and Service Provider Networks - FREE Webinar - French Speaking Audience

Today a wide range of hybrid networks is emerging that require interoperability of IP-based and circuit-switched network components. This may result in complex network interconnections at the network edge.

This webinar will begin with an overview of the changing network edge and show how media gateways are evolving and incorporating session border control (SBC) functions. A new generation of SBCs and Border Elements that integrate signaling, transcoding and security functions can be used to reduce cost, introduce network flexibility and enable new communication capabilities for voice and other media. The webinar will then examine key use cases for Dialogic's BorderNet product family and how they can support any-to-any network connectivity and address emerging security requirements.

By attending this webinar, you will learn:

  • How Enterprise and Service Provider networks are evolving and connecting to support VoIP
  • Why Media Gateways are evolving to support hybrid and pure-IP networks in the same product
  • How Media Gateways, Border Elements and Session Border Controllers can share duties to reduce overall network costs
  • How new IP communication scenarios are enabled between Enterprises and Service Providers
  • How to reduce CAPEX and OPEX costs when implementing a hybrid network transition strategy

To attend this webinar send an email to

This webinar will be held in FRENCH.

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Advancing Voice Solutions with HD Multimedia

Listen to the Webinar Recording Today at

The interest and demand for HD Video and HD Voice is swirling around and through communication networks, endpoints and solutions of all types. Whether your current voice solution is enterprise or consumer focused, on-premise or hosted, or moving up to the cloud; end user demand for a richer multimedia experience are likely to play a part in your plans to innovate and advance your messaging, IVR and conferencing solutions.

This webinar will give you a first-hand update on:

  • Enabling HD Video and HD Audio in Mobile Value Added Services, Unified Communications, and Contact Center Solutions
  • New OS Agnostic, Distributed Architectures for Building and Deploying Multimedia Solutions
  • Expanded Development Options such as MsML for Creating New Solutions
  • Multi-screen support including VGA and 720p HD Video
  • Virtualization and taking solutions to the Cloud

Who Should Attend: Solution providers and application developers interested in learning about the latest enabling technology for building multimedia applications.

Presenters Girish Khavasi, Product Line Manager and Bud Walder, Director, Product Marketing - Enterprise

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Webinar: Techniques for Sorting through the Mobile Data Traffic Crunch

The recorded version of this free 30-minute webinar is now avaialble at

Log in and you will learn how to:
  • Ensure a seamless network experience through effectively directing voice and data on your multiple network layers
  • Reduce your network traffic management cost by 50% through accurate self-optimising solutions
  • Maximize utilisation of bandwidth at the air interface through better dimensioning of smartphone interaction with your network
  • Generate 50x more capacity on your current networks through enabling an end-to-end view (on the radio, core and backhaul) of your network at critical touch points

Join industry experts Jay Jayasimha, CTO, Dialogic and Jim Machi, Senior Marketing VP, Dialogic for this in-depth presentation on best practices for optimizing data traffic.

For further information, please contact Cristina Cocco at


Webinar: Making VoIP Secure, Efficient and Seamless Across Enterprise and Service Provider Networks

Today's Voice over IP networks are gradually superseding circuit-switched networks in addressing the communication needs of Enterprises and Service Providers. And as this is happening, a wide range of hybrid networks are also emerging that require interoperability of IP-based and circuit-switched network components. This may result in complex network interconnections at the network edge. The advent of all-IP communications creates a fresh set of needs in this environment.

This webinar will include an overview of the changing network edge and will show how media gateways are evolving and incorporating session border controller (SBC) functions. A new generation of SBCs and Border Elements that integrate signaling, transcoding and security functions can be used to reduce costs, introduce network flexibility and enable new communication capabilities for voice and other media. The webinar will then examine notable use cases for the Dialogic® BorderNetTM family of products and how they can support any-to-any network connectivity and address emerging security requirements.

By attending this webinar, you will be provided with information about:

  • How Enterprise and Service Provider networks are evolving and connecting to support VoIP
  • Why Media Gateways are evolving to support hybrid and pure-IP networks in the same product
  • How Media Gateways, Border Elements and Session Border Controllers can share duties to reduce overall network costs
  • How new IP communication scenarios are enabled between Enterprises and Service Providers
  • How to reduce CAPEX and OPEX costs when implementing a hybrid network transition strategy

Who should attend?

  • Enterprise management staff responsible for communication services
  • Enterprise technical staff supporting VoIP networks
  • Service provider network operations, product management and services marketing staff
  • Telecommunications Equipment Manufacturers (TEMs) looking to enhance their product offerings
  • Marketing and operations managers for Cloud-based service providers
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Webinar: How & Why Companies are Switching to Fax over IP (FoIP)

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 2:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PST

Fax-over-IP, or FoIP, is seeing strong adoption in organizations today as it lowers communications costs, boosts employee productivity and reduces carbon footprint. By turning to FoIP, you can make the switch from using traditional phone lines to utilizing IP to send and receive faxed documents. But how are organizations making the leap to FoIP?

Led by two of the top Fax over IP (FoIP) experts from Biscom and Dialogic, this webinar will look at how FoIP server technology can help deliver rapid ROI. In addition, we will show you real world customers that saw immediate improvements in productivity, operational efficiencies and cost reductions by switching to FoIP.


What Attendees will learn:

An overview of Fax over IP and how companies are switching to FoIP
IP faxing reliability and how FoIP reduces costs and improves efficiencies
How to implement FoIP and technical requirements to getting started
Implementing FoIP with virtualization and ‘fax in the cloud' services
How to overcome the challenges of migrating to FoIP

Who should attend:

Enterprise IT and Telecom Professionals
Business Managers
VoIP Engineers

Presented by:  

John Lane, VP Customer Support at Biscom and Bud Walder, Enterprise Marketing Director at Dialogic

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Dialogic-Open Text Fax over IP webinar

Upgrade to Fax over IP with Open Text RightFax and Dialogic - a 30 minute webinar

Do more with your fax solution.
This is the right moment for to get more informed about Fax over IP (FoIP).

Join us and listen to the leaders in FoIP, Open Text and Dialogic during a quick 30 minute webinar. You will learn about the benefits that FoIP offers your organisation and how you can take advantage of the Dialogic Trade in Program that runs till 31 December 2010.

Join now and make a chance to earn an Apple iPad!

Please note that this webinar will be given in Dutch.

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Why FoIP? webinar How integrating fax in a VoIP network can save money

Free FoIP webinar

Fenestrae and Dialogic are inviting you to their Free Webinar:  Why FoIP? - How integrating fax in a VoIP network can save money on September 30, 2010 at 3 PM (CET).

Receiving and transmitting of Faxes is still a fact in most companies, driven by issues such as increasing legal compliance, authentication and traceability, or even just the ease of use of a fax machine. In many enterprises, huge amounts of money are spent not only on the transmission costs incurred by sending and receiving faxes, but also on the purchase and deployment of often expensive Fax Server solutions in multiple locations.

Many IT departments faced with this requirement would like to find ways to reduce both the capital and operating expenditure involved in this, and to improve the flexibility and manageability of Fax by bringing it closer to the rest of the IT infrastructure.


•Introduction Fenestrae & Dialogic
•Fax market drivers and trends
  ◦Unified Communications
•What is Fax Over IP (FOIP)
•Deployment scenarios
•Customer Case

Register Now