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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Estimating Trunk Channel Requirements for VoIP Gateways in Unified Communications Deployments

    Unified Communications (UC) solutions typically use VoIP to deliver phone calls and are connected to the PSTN either through an IP PBX or via VoIP gateways, such as a Dialogic Media Gateway (DMG Gateway), which can provide easy and cost-effective connectivity to an organization's TDM-based PBX or directly to the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Choosing a Media Gateway Appliance for Avaya Modular Messaging

    Although many enterprises are eager to deploy converged voice and data applications and services over IP, some see their legacy PBX systems and up-front costs as roadblocks to the enhanced capabilities that IP can bring. Legacy PBX equipment does not have to be replaced before enterprises can begin a phased...

    Provided By Dialogic

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Considerations for Creating Streamed Video Content Over 3G-324M Mobile Networks

    To provide the best possible video quality to mobile users who are likely to be watching video on 3G-324M or other mobile multimedia streaming environments with restricted video rates, special care must be taken in creating video content. This white paper provides basic information about video characteristics and video streaming...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2003

    Telephony Fundamentals: An Introduction to Basic Telephony Concepts

    As telecommunications has moved from proprietary to open, standards-based systems, advanced voice solutions have grown richer and more cost effective. Several basic telephony concepts are critical to working with these solutions: call control, media processing, in-band and out-of-band signaling, and local, dedicated first-party control versus shared, network-based third-party control. Once...

    Provided By Dialogic

  • White Papers // Nov 2003

    Telephony Fundamentals: An Introduction to Basic Telephony Concepts

    As telecommunications has moved from proprietary to open, standards-based systems, advanced voice solutions have grown richer and more cost effective. Several basic telephony concepts are critical to working with these solutions: call control, media processing, in-band and out-of-band signaling, and local, dedicated first-party control versus shared, network-based third-party control. Once...

    Provided By Dialogic

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Considerations for Creating Streamed Video Content Over 3G-324M Mobile Networks

    To provide the best possible video quality to mobile users who are likely to be watching video on 3G-324M or other mobile multimedia streaming environments with restricted video rates, special care must be taken in creating video content. This white paper provides basic information about video characteristics and video streaming...

    Provided By Dialogic

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Estimating Trunk Channel Requirements for VoIP Gateways in Unified Communications Deployments

    Unified Communications (UC) solutions typically use VoIP to deliver phone calls and are connected to the PSTN either through an IP PBX or via VoIP gateways, such as a Dialogic Media Gateway (DMG Gateway), which can provide easy and cost-effective connectivity to an organization's TDM-based PBX or directly to the...

    Provided By Dialogic

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Choosing a Media Gateway Appliance for Avaya Modular Messaging

    Although many enterprises are eager to deploy converged voice and data applications and services over IP, some see their legacy PBX systems and up-front costs as roadblocks to the enhanced capabilities that IP can bring. Legacy PBX equipment does not have to be replaced before enterprises can begin a phased...

    Provided By Dialogic