Dialogic Corporation, a global provider of world-class products and technologies for media and signal processing, announced it has received a “2010 Hot Companies” award in the Technologies & Solutions category from Network Products Guide.
Officials with Dialogic (News - Alert) said that the winners were selected from an elite group of finalists consisting of vendors from around the world in all areas of information technology such as security, wireless, storage, networking, software and communications.
Winners were determined based on the “4Ps” selection criteria-products, people, performance and potential.
“As a pioneer in enabling technology for next-generation communications applications, Dialogic has continued to grow along with the network, and we are proud to receive the 2010 Hot Companies Award in recognition of our unwavering commitment to innovation,” said Jim Machi, senior vice president of marketing, Dialogic, in a statement.
Machi said that as the networks of today continue to evolve to incorporate exciting technologies such as HD voice and mobile video, Dialogic will be the media engine powering many of the most innovative services and applications in the world.
Recently TMCnet reported that Dialogic Corporation launched the DiaStar Server release 2.0.
Officials with Dialogic said that this new release brings a variety of video features from the Dialogic product portfolio to the Open Source/Asterisk (News - Alert) marketplace.
Company officials said that new and enhanced features of the DiaStar Server include-Call Progress Analysis (CPA) Enhancements; Robust support of SIP Video from the Asterisk Dialplan; Video Transcoding between H.263 and MPEG-4; Video Transrating and Video scaling to allow for playback of video on different sized video screens among such others.
Company officials said that these new features and enhancements continue to expand Asterisk developers’ ability to utilize the DiaStar Server to create applications such as IVVR systems, video surveillance systems, video gateways, mobile advertising and banking, multimedia social networking and basic video call completion.
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Edited by Marisa Torrieri