Parsippany, N.J. (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
Dialogic Inc., the Network Fue l® company, today announced that several partners will demonstrate the WebRTC capabilities of its PowerMedia™ XMS media server software during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 24 through 27, reinforcing the power of real-time interactive video to capture the imagination of customers and elevate service provider revenues. Unisys, APEX Voice Communications, Quobis, Movirtu and Gintel will showcase capabilities including incoming and outgoing calls between a mobile phone and a WebRTC client, multi-party video conferencing and new service creation. The array of Dialogic-powered WebRTC demonstrations planned for Mobile World Congress illustrates the growing adoption of the protocol, which allows providers to deliver better customer experiences and to monetize new services.
Dialogic will also demonstrate its BorderNet™ Diameter Services Helix, which uniquely combines Diameter routing and edge agent security functionality within an intuitive and flexible service orchestration and interworking framework. Service providers demand this interworking capability to deliver ubiquitous coverage to keep pace with an ever-increasing number of smartphones, tablets and connected laptops.
Attendees at Mobile World Congress can view Dialogic’s Diameter signaling and WebRTC demonstrations in Hall 6, Stand 6J28 and Hall 2, Stand 2K50, and can preview real-world WebRTC applications powered by Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS, including:
“If service providers want to keep up in the race for features and functionality, they can’t afford to wait for service-creation capabilities to be baked into the next iteration of hardware,” said Andrew Goldberg, senior vice president of marketing and strategy for Dialogic. “Dialogic software is allowing service providers to move as quickly as app developers in the realms of WebRTC and Diameter to connect subscribers in the ways they want to connect with the media they crave.”
Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS software media server enhances communications applications by offering mixing of media-rich communications, rapid integration into communications infrastructure, seamless transition to virtualization and cloud delivery, and comprehensive WebRTC support. By offering standards-based media control interfaces and management capabilities on an award-winning platform, PowerMedia XMS 2.1 enables carriers and developers to rapidly create and deploy telephony, conferencing and other value-added services.
With the BorderNet Diameter Services Helix demo, Dialogic will show examples of how mobile, Wi-Fi and IPX operators can give customers a seamless roaming experience, rapidly interwork and orchestrate Diameter and non-Diameter services, and enhance and extend policy and charging between networks. Benefits of the BorderNet Diameter Services Helix include: fast time-to-market and service acceleration with operational cost savings, improved customer satisfaction and retention while seamlessly extending services across disparate networks, and minimizing impact on service from Diameter routing mishaps.
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.
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