Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
Dialogic Inc., the Network Fuel® company, today announced that its Senior Director of Product Marketing, Chad Hart, is presenting a session at the WebRTC Exhibition & Conference 2013 in Paris to discuss the best practices and strategies for service providers to leverage their networks and prepare for the wave of WebRTC applications. In addition, Dialogic will showcase a live WebRTC demo with partners Gintel and TeleStax, allowing visitors to witness real-world collaboration and peer-to-peer or multi-party communication scenarios.
WebRTC is inspiring new features, applications and services in the minds of developers around the world. It is extending real-time communications applications into new industries, such as education, healthcare and entertainment, to name a few. While the WebRTC movement has already begun to simplify communications application development, there are still many real-world challenges implementers must overcome as they create new applications and add WebRTC to their existing networks and solutions. The session, “WebRTC Best Practices” will discuss real-world experiences and best practices for implementing WebRTC successfully, including how to:
- Implement WebRTC security, signaling and media interoperability with existing networks;
- Enable browser-based rich communication, including “click to call”;
- Upgrade existing contact centers with video for a superior customer experience with WebRTC; and
- Effectively support multi-party conferencing applications in critical environments.
Attendees will witness WebRTC users record and play a video file, enable multimedia collaboration and dynamic call layouts showing up to nine participant tiles for video conferencing, and execute WebRTC to SIP interworking in a video call placed from a WebRTC-enabled browser to a SIP phone, all coordinated on Dialogic’s PowerMedia™ XMS over WLAN and Ethernet.
Additionally, conference attendees can witness a live WebRTC demo from Dialogic and its partners Gintel and TeleStax at booth number two of the exhibition hall. Gintel will be demonstrating its flagship hosted enterprise cloud-based unified communications (UC) and switchboard offering. The technology, leveraging support from Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS Release 2.1 and TeleStax/Mobicent’s SIP server, is WebRTC-enabled and extends video-to-enterprise call scenarios and supports call recording, voice and video mail, conferencing and transfers. Inbound call distribution features are augmented with video support, which ensures the right agent receives the right call on the correct device.
Dialogic is working with service providers and application developers to execute new WebRTC practices for rich multimedia communications following the release of its WebRTC Impact Survey, which revealed that 87 percent of respondents see WebRTC as part of their product roadmaps. Hart is a popular and respected WebRTC expert with more than 15 years of industry experience. He also blogs about WebRTC at http://webrtcHacks.com and at the Dialogic Exchange Network corporate blog at http:/dialogic.com/den/blogs/corporate/.
According to Disruptive Analysis, more than 4 billion devices will support WebRTC by 2016, creating tremendous potential reach for communications applications. This volume of WebRTC-ready endpoints, paired with the WebRTC’s web-oriented application programming interfaces (API) and burgeoning developer ecosystem, beckons for disruption in network communications. Despite the opportunity, many challenges remain in WebRTC’s standardization and implementation, particularly for media-oriented applications, for WebRTC to reach its true potential.
“WebRTC Best Practices” by Chad Hart, Dialogic
Thursday, December 12, 2013
WebRTC demos presented by Dialogic, Gintel and Telestax
December 10 – 12, 2013
Exhibition hours (all in CET): 10:00 – 19:00 on Dec. 10; 08:00 – 19:00 on Dec. 11; 08:00 – 17:00 on Dec. 12
Booth Number 2
Dialogic competing for “Best of Show” award during a live showcase
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 17:30 CET
Hotel Novotel Convention and Wellness Paris Roissy CDG
10 Allée du Verger
95700 Roissy en France
Dialogic, the Network Fuel® company, inspires the world’s leading service providers and application developers to elevate the performance of media-rich communications across the most advanced networks. We boost the reliability of any-to-any network connections, supercharge the impact of applications and amplify the capacity of congested networks. Forty-eight of the world’s top 50 mobile operators and nearly 3,000 application developers rely on Dialogic to redefine the possible and exceed user expectations. Follow us on Twitter @Dialogic.
For more information on Dialogic and communications solutions energized by our technology, visit http://www.dialogic.com and http://www.dialogic.com/showcase. Also, visit our social media newsroom for the latest news, videos and blog posts.
Dialogic, PowerMedia, and Network Fuel are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Dialogic Inc. or a subsidiary thereof (“Dialogic”). Other trademarks mentioned and/or marked herein belong to their respective owners.
About Gintel AS
Gintel delivers a range of value-added services to mobile network operators that generate revenue, profit and offer rapid return on investment. Our solutions enable MNOs, MVNOs and other Service Providers to offer a range of cloud-based or hosted services to enterprise, SME, and consumer subscribers.
These services include enterprise applications such as Mobile Unified Communications, Mobile PBX, IP Centrex, and Virtual Contact Centres; and consumer-focused applications such as Parental Control, Home Zone and Family Calling Packages.
Members of the leading operator groups from around the world such as Telenor, H3G, Tele2, Axiata and others have chosen Gintel’s expertise and experience to drive revenue, profit and growth. For more information about Gintel, please visit: http://www.gintel.com.
TeleStax removes complexity from the traditional telecom infrastructure and helps to create new markets for innovative communications services built by mainstream developers at a cost and time comparable to building Web services. For more information about TeleStax, visit http://www.telestax.com/.