Let’s face it, in terms of communication and technology providers, in order to remain ahead of the curve and at the forefront of the industry, companies must provide their customers with complete solutions that not only address the growing challenges technology faces today, but to keep them from relying on other providers for different aspects of their solutions.
When it comes to providing all encompassing next generation communication equipment, Dialogic (News - Alert) certainly hits all bases. In fact, last month at ITEXPO East 2012 in Miami Florida, the company’s SVP of marketing, Jim Machi provided TMC’s (News - Alert) Erik Linask with a rundown of what the next generation network solutions provider has been up to in the past couple of months.
Dialogic understands the importance of being immersed in relevant areas of the communication and tech industry as the company provides a variety of network and VAS equipment such as media server software, SBC and media gateways, mobile video equipment, voice and data for 3G and 4G networks.
By capitalizing on the technologies that are most prevalent in the industry right now such as tools to support wireless and 4G networks, Dialogic has continued to release successful solutions that remain ahead of the curve in the market. Machi says Dialogic sees the market evolving over time with media and session capabilities coming together, which puts them at a huge advantage based on their product portfolio.
Dialogic’s Power Media HMP for example is an audio and video conferencing solution that enables enterprise and service provider customers to build innovative cloud-based HD voice and video solutions in both Linux and Windows. PowerMedia HMP can scale up to 5,000 simultaneous SIP connections or 1,500 voice sessions and provides HD voice and video play/record, conferencing, multimedia streaming, transcoding, automated interactive audio and video solutions and high-end live interaction applications.
This week at Mobile World Congress (News - Alert), Dialogic will be featuring its video quality monitoring tool, VisionVideo which allows companies that deliver mobile video services to determine the perceptual QoE being received by viewers. By understanding the perceptual quality of the viewer, companies can position themselves to improve viewer experience, and ultimately open opportunities to monetize mobile video services.
Edited by Juliana Kenny