Dialogic to Address Service Reliability of IP-based Communications During Webinar

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Live webinar featuring leading industry analyst to discuss the impact of load balancers on service reliability

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As Hosted IP Telephony services and Unified Communication as a Service (UCaaS) are projected to eclipse $10 billion in 2016, reliability of these services has been increasingly important.

Dialogic, a cloud-optimized applications and infrastructure solutions provider for service providers, enterprises, and developers, announced today that the company will host a live webinar event titled, “Service Reliability of IP-based Communications is Not Optional,” discussing the impact of load balancers on service reliability. The live event is scheduled for June 24, 2016 at 11 AM EDT and will also be available afterwards for on-demand playback.

The one-hour event will provide an in-depth examination on the trends behind the growing demand for IP-based applications services, focusing on techniques to improve reliability of large-scale deployments.

“As Hosted IP Telephony services and Unified Communication as a Service (UCaaS) are projected to eclipse $10 billion in 2016, reliability of these services has been increasingly important,” said Michael Suby, Vice President of Research at Frost and Sullivan. “WebRTC has emerged as an important technology for delivering communications applications to web browsers and mobile devices…regardless of where the platform is hosted and by whom. Preserving service reliability at a TDM level is essential for user productivity and for service providers, business longevity, and growth.”

“In this webinar we will describe how a purpose-built real-time communications load balancer is a critical element in preserving reliability in IP-based communications,” said Alan Percy, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Dialogic. “The content for the program is tailored for those responsible for real-time communications network designs, architectures, and application development.”

Presenters during the event to include:
Michael Suby, VP of Research, Frost and Sullivan - Mr. Suby is a published thought leader in security topics, particularly those that cross mega trends in the evolving world of digital transformation. More recently, he has been deeply involved in the study of the IP-based network equipment market with special focus on application delivery controllers and load balancers.

James Rafferty, Product Line Manager, Dialogic – With responsibility over key networking products from Dialogic, Mr. Rafferty manages the Dialogic® PowerVille™ LB – Load Balancer for Real-Time Communications. Active in the IETF standards committees and with a number of publications, Mr. Rafferty is widely recognized as a thought leader in the junction between legacy and IP networks.

Alan Percy, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Dialogic (Moderator) – Mr. Percy has responsibility over the global product marketing for Dialogic media server and load balancer products.

To participate in the live event or request a link to the recording, register at: http://dlgc.co/lb_webinar

About Dialogic

Dialogic is a leading cloud-optimized solutions provider for real-time communications media, applications, and infrastructure to service providers, enterprises, and developers around the globe. Based in Parsippany, NJ with offices worldwide, Dialogic helps 48 of the world’s top 50 mobile operators, and nearly 3,000 application developers build and deploy on agile networks. Learn more about how Dialogic is enabling agility by following us on Twitter @Dialogic, and visiting http://www.dialogic.com and the Dialogic Blog for the latest industry news, trends, and advice.

Dialogic and PowerVille are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Dialogic Corporation or an affiliate or subsidiary thereof (“Dialogic”). Other trademarks mentioned and/or marked herein belong to their respective owners.

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