Dialogic Corp., a provider of products and technologies for multimedia and signal processing, has announced the availability of new Dialogic (News - Alert) Vision 1000 Gateways.
"Dialogic created these new Vision 1000 Gateways to meet the needs of the rapidly changing service provider landscape with a gateway product that can seamlessly integrate in either pre-IMS or IMS mobile networks," said Jim Machi, senior vice president of marketing at Dialogic.
The Vision 1000 Gateways are configurable as a stand-alone 3G-324M video gateway called the Dialogic Vision 1000 Video Gateway (News - Alert). Company officials said that it's connected to external service delivery platforms via SIP/RTP, or in combination with an on-board programmable VoiceXML (News - Alert)/CCXML media platform -- Dialogic Vision 1000 Programmable Media Platform -- enabling video and audio mobile services.
In the second configuration, Vision 1000 Gateways can perform both media gateway and media server processing functions. Company officials said that this eliminates the need to configure a stand-alone media server product, saving as much as 50 percent in CapEx. In addition, this also provides mobile operators with an option to deploy a wide array of 3G network-based interactive multimedia services.
Additionally, the Vision 1000 Video Gateway's 3G-324M interoperability enables market trials and testing of interactive mobile video services, including social networking, integrated video conferencing, video call completion to voice (VCCV), video SMS or voice mail, video surveillance, and more.
Company officials said that the Vision 1000 Gateway's fully-featured 3G-324M support includes any-to-any transcoding between H.264, MPEG4 and H.263 to support connection of IP endpoints and mobile video handsets. Moreover, the Vision 1000 Video Gateway comes with Dialogic's patent-pending bit rate controller technology, and also MONA/WNSRP for fast call setup.
"The inherent versatility of the Vision 1000 Gateways to connect to existing service delivery platforms or utilize open, on-board, programmable media processing, enables rapid development of interactive mobile video and/or voice services that can be integrated with SS7, BICC, and SIP-I signaling for connectivity to legacy or next generation networks," Machi said.
Recently, Dialogic announced the newest software release -- MSP Release 10.4.0 -- for its Dialogic MSP 1010 Multi-Services Platform, a high-density voice services platform with integrated signaling capabilities.
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Edited by Marisa Torrieri