Dialogic Embraces TeleStax to Drive Next-Generation Communication Applications
PARSIPPANY, NJ: Dialogic, a provider of could optimized real-time communication infrastructure, embraces TeleStax, an open source communication and collaboration platform, to bring the next generation of communication applications to the marketplace. The strategic partnership integrates Dialogic PowerMedia XMS with TeleStax‘s Restcomm C3 application platform to facilitate the development of scalable WebRTC- based voice, video and messaging solution for their enterprise application development.
Dialogic PowerMedia XMS is a real-time media server powerhouse, with a Media Resource Function (MRF) and programmable MCU (multipoint control unit) for web-oriented and traditional media applications. The main features include: cloud or NFV (Network Function Virtualization) communication software and comprehensive audio, video and contact centre with WebRTC capabilities. Its enhanced capabilities improve user experience by offloading complex media handling functions to network with reduced capital expenditure.
TeleStax Restcomm C3 is a cloud communication platform, which encompasses a suite of solutions: Restcomm Core, Restcomm Connect, and Restcomm Cloud, to enable the development and deployment of voice, video, and text messaging applications. Restcomm Core includes a stack of virtualized core telephony network products for the operation enterprise communication infrastructure. Restcomm Connect acts as a real-time communication app server, which benefits web developers with call control, voice, video, messaging, location, recording and playback features that can be embedded in websites and smart-phone apps. Restcomm Cloud is a real-time communication platform as a service, which allows developers to rapidly create and publish apps for a smooth business workflow.
“The partnership with Dialogic enables TeleStax to enter new markets from a position of strength to extend mission-critical solutions to the enterprise and telecoms marketplace,” says Ivelin Ivanov, CEO of TeleStax.