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BW: Dialogic Enables Integrated Voice and Data Solutions on Linux

“Intel and its Dialogic(R) subsidiary, today announced that
it has expanded its operating system (OS) platform coverage with
the addition of support for Linux(TM). Several early adopter
customers are currently using the Dialogic development kit to port
to the Linux OS.
Dialogic enables developers to combine
telecommunication components with traditional Linux-based data
technology to build true e-Business solutions on a reliable, high
performance, cost effective OS.”

“Dialogic developers are finding that support for Linux enables
them to meet customer demands for new voice and data integration
needs. For enterprise system owners, Linux is an open platform that
can provide high performance at affordable prices. For Public
Network service providers, Linux offers scalability and management
for the network environment. To provide the investment protection
that developers require, Dialogic offers the same R4 API developers
use today which will allow them to quickly enjoy the benefits of
Linux without incurring the expense of a costly re-write to
existing computer telephony applications.”

“Dialogic products are fully integrated and tested on Linux.
During this initial release phase, Dialogic will offer support on
Linux for a strategic set of PCI and ISA products including voice,
analog and digital network interfaces, fax, conferencing, station
set and speech platform. As the Linux market segment continues to
grow and mature, Dialogic will expand Linux support to PCI and
CompactPCI(TM) (cPCI) products based on the DM3(TM)
architecture.”


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