Wednesday, July 14, 2010
WHO: Jeff Dworkin, a recognized pioneer in the voice processing and internet telephony industries and product marketing manager for the Enterprise Marketing Group at Dialogic Corporation ("Dialogic"), a global provider of world-class products and technologies for multimedia and signal processing.
WHAT: While open source has simplified the process of creating telecom applications, it has not helped developers make usable TUIs (telephony user interfaces). Dworkin's session, "Open Source Telecommunications: Enabling Anyone to Build a Bad Telephony Application," will explore details of designing telephony application interfaces that need to be used in a "listen only" mode. This discussion will cover good prompt design, application flow and menu design for both DTMF and ASR implementation.
WHERE: Oregon Convention Center
777 NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Portland, Oregon 97232
WHEN: OSCON 2010 will take place from July 19th - 23rd. Dworkin's session will be held on Wednesday, July 21st at 5:20pm.
About Dialogic Corporation
Dialogic Corporation is a leading provider of world-class, innovative technologies based on open standards that enable innovative mobile, video, IP, and TDM solutions for Network Service Providers and Enterprise Communication Networks. Dialogic's customers and partners rely on its leading-edge, flexible components to rapidly deploy value-added solutions around the world.
Information about Dialogic is available at http://www.dialogic.com/. Also, join our social networking community, the Dialogic Exchange Network (DEN), at www.dialogic.com/den or visit our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages for additional Dialogic news and updates.
Dialogic is a registered trademark, and PowerMedia and inCloud9 trademarks, of Dialogic Corporation. Other trademarks mentioned and/or marked herein belong to their respective owners. Dialogic and its subsidiaries encourage all users of their products to procure all necessary intellectual property licenses required to implement their concepts or applications, which licenses may vary from country to country.
About OSCON 2010
OSCON focuses on the substance of technology, filtering the information that most merits attention and preparing participants for curves and challenges in the coming year and beyond. OSCON 2010 is the place to be inspired and challenged, make new connections, and find ways to give back to the open source movement. OSCON has also become one of the most important places to make open source related announcements, and to unveil projects and products. For additional information, visit: http://www.oscon.com/oscon2010
For additional information, contact:
Jill Colna or Jordan DeVita
SVM Public Relations