Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Dialogic and Digium will discuss how cost-effective video conferencing solutions can be built on Asterisk using advanced video capabilities of the DiaStar® Server.
Advances in technology and the widespread availability of IP network connectivity are fueling tremendous growth in video conferencing. Also stimulating this growth are changes in the business environment, including a more geographically dispersed workforce, increases in the number of remote offices, and a more pressing need to reduce the amount of business travel. The consumerization of video conferencing via webcam-enabled instant messages and smart phones is elevating the general awareness of, and comfort with, video communications as never before.
In the past, multipoint video conferencing technology was expensive and relied on complicated proprietary platforms, which served to keep adoption rates low. But as demand and interest in video conferencing grows, new approaches that leverage open source software and standard hardware platforms are breaking through these barriers.
Steve Sokol, Marketing Director for Asterisk, Digium
Antony Martin, Director of Open Source Engineering, Dialogic
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
2:00 pm ET
For more than 25 years, Dialogic (NASDAQ: DLGC) and its subsidiaries have been providing communications platforms and technology to enterprise and service provider markets. Our portfolio of IP and TDM based multimedia processing and call control technologies enables developers and service providers to build and deploy innovative applications without concern for the complexities of the communications medium or network. This empowers our customers to unleash the profit from video, voice and data for advanced networks.
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