Dialogic Corporation is putting the final touches on their upcoming Dialogic (News - Alert) ONE Event, which will be held from March 5 to 8, 2007 at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami, Florida. According to the company, this event is designed to give attendees the information they need to make strategic decisions on key technical and business issues through an exciting mix of keynotes, sessions, panels, and hands-on labs along with a full program of networking events.
TMCnet spoke with Bill Bryant, Dialogic’s director of marketing, to get some insight as to who attends the event, and what we can expect to see and hear at Dialogic ONE.
According to Bryant, “The DialogicONE event brings together a combination of our users as well as our business partners. There are also a number of press and analysts invited.”
These attendees will be able to meet with Dialogic executives, product specialists, and partners to talk strategy, gain technical knowledge, and learn firsthand about Dialogic’s products.
In addition to learning more about the latest features and functionality of IP
, HMP, and Signaling products from Dialogic, attendees will also get special previews of Dialogic product plans that can guide them in making forward-looking business decisions
Said Bryant, “The main purpose of the event is for Dialogic to articulate our forward vision and strategy to our customer base.”
Attendees will also be able to meet with several Dialogic partners who are co-sponsoring the event.
Alliance Systems is a provider of server and storage solutions targeting the Communications, Enterprise, and Military markets. Envox Worldwide is a global provider of voice solutions. Paracon is a distributor of communications products and services, delivering building blocks to complete solutions to the reseller community. And CommLogik is a computer telephony distributor focusing on Latin America.
While there are no plans to unveil any new products at the event, there will be some other exciting announcements made in Miami. But Bryant’s not talking about them just yet.
What he did share with TMCnet was this: “We will discuss how we are going to enable our service provider customer base to transition to IMS
. We very much believe that that is going to be an elongated transition, and we’ll continue to plug away at our multimedia platforms that enable the transition to IMS.”
For more information on the event, please visit Dialogic’s Web site.