Dialogic Platforms Enable Spice Digital and Bay Talkitec to Offer Advanced Video Services for MTNL’s 3G Subscribers

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

NEW DELHI, 27 January 2010 - Dialogic Corporation ("Dialogic"), a global provider of world-class products and technologies for multimedia and signal processing, today announced that Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. (MTNL), one of India's largest mobile telecommunications operators, has selected Spice Digital and Bay Talkitec's 3G mobile video VAS (Value Added Services) solutions to provide enhanced video services to their 3G subscribers. These VAS solutions are built on the Dialogic® VisionTM CX Video Gateway and Dialogic® Host Media Processing (HMP) Software Release 4.1LIN.

"With Dialogic video technology being incorporated in innovative video solutions around the world, it was natural for our development partners in India who supply to MTNL to move forward with their own innovative video VAS solutions," said Jyoti Handa, Regional Sales Director for Dialogic, South Asia. "Two of our partners in India, Spice Digital and Bay Talkitec, created innovative 3G video solutions including Live Aarti (Spice Digitial), which streams live video to cell phones from religious places of worship, as well as Video Conferencing and Video Portals (Bay Talkitec)."

Handa continues, "Dialogic's Vision CX Video Gateway and Host Media Processing Software allow for fast and simple interoperability with the 3G network, which enabled these new video services to go live quickly. In the coming months, Spice Digital and Bay Talkitec will deploy a diverse offering of enhanced mobile video services that will run on Dialogic platforms.
"We decided to use Dialogic platforms since they provide a great framework for creating and rapidly deploying 3G video applications. The rich APIs provided in the Dialogic platforms make it possible to write end-to-end applications such as Video Ring Back Tones, Mobile TV applications and Video SMS, said D. Arunan, Founder & Managing Director at Bay Talkitec. "Thanks to Dialogic, Bay Talkitec is one of the first leading providers of 3G Value Added Services to operators in India."

"At Spice Digital, our goal is to create video products that represent the true essence of our innovative approach to ensuring our customers' success. Dialogic has been instrumental at each and every step in helping us achieving our goal, said Dr. Abhinav Mathur, Chief Strategy & Technology Officer at Spice Digital. "We use Dialogic's HMP Software and video gateways to develop cost effective, scalable, innovative and robust video applications for 3G networks. We look forward to deploying an exhaustive range of VAS solutions targeted at different sections of the MTNL network."


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Kristen Perry