Dialogic Deepens its Carrier-Grade Media Server Solution and Expands Relationship with Sun Microsystems
Dialogic® IP Media Server Validated on Sun’s Netra™ Line of ServersNXTcomm08, Las Vegas, June 2008 - Dialogic Corporation (“Dialogic”), a global provider of telecommunications media and signaling technologies, today announced a series of enhancements to the Dialogic® IP Media Server, a carrier-grade, software-based product that leverages open technologies to provide a cost-effective and scalable IP media server solution. The new IP Media Server capabilities will allow service providers to grow their target customer base and, at the same time, reduce network management expenses.
Dialogic also announced that it has expanded its relationship with Sun Microsystems by validating the capabilities of the IP Media Server product with servers in Sun’s NetraTM line of carrier-grade platforms. Dialogic’s field-proven IP Media Server with top of the line media processing capabilities combined with Sun’s rugged NEBS-certified Netra servers together form an innovative platform to power a broad range of media-rich next-generation services for wireline, wireless, and broadband networks.
“The revenue potential of rich media solutions in today’s networks is tremendous,” said Mark Butler, director, Netra Systems Product Line, Sun Microsystems. “However, carriers are challenged with bringing down the infrastructure cost of that first subscriber. The combination of the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of Dialogic’s IP Media Server together with the virtualization, compute and networking technology of Sun’s Netra platform can enable carriers to significantly reduce that cost and to build the foundation for cost-effective next-generation networks.”
The capabilities of the IP Media Server announced today by Dialogic include support for an integrated T.38 Fax over IP (FoIP) capability, which will allow service providers and their messaging platform vendors to deploy feature-rich voice messaging services in a mixed business and residential environment.
The new release of the IP Media Server will also help boost the profitability of enhanced services with a substantial increase in the verified capacity of each IP Media Server for voice conferencing and messaging. Allowing the same number of subscribers to be supported with fewer servers helps reduce the cost and complexity of network and system management.
“Dialogic is firmly committed to enabling our partners to continually innovate in the market for media-rich next-generation services,” stated Jim Machi, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Dialogic. “We do this not only by extending our product capabilities to tap growth areas such as Fax over IP (FoIP), but also by partnering with industry leaders such as Sun Microsystems to bring the most advanced solutions to our service provider customers.”
Please visit Dialogic at booth SU3124 while at NXTComm08 for more information and to see demonstrations of some of the many exciting IP and multimedia applications enabled by the Dialogic® IP Media Server and other Dialogic products in service provider networks worldwide.
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