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LinuxPR: Linux Community Now Has Building Blocks For Converged Communications

Aug 17, 2000, 17:20 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Intel Corporation and its Dialogic subsidiary today announced the availability of its Linux application development kit. With platform support for this mainstream operating system, Dialogic enables the Linux developer community to create robust voice-based Internet and e-Commerce applications like voice portals, multimedia messaging and Web-enabled contact centers. As the leading supplier of converged communication building blocks, Dialogic is the premier choice for developers looking to build Linux-based e-Business solutions."

"Developers will enjoy the broadest range of hardware components that can be used globally to build a variety of applications working with the same Dialogic API already used by thousands of developers. Additionally, the Dialogic Linux release supports a range of communication products from basic two and four port analog voice processing boards to high-density multi-span T1/E1 cards, as well as enhanced functionality for speech processing and conferencing."

"In broadening our operating system offerings to include Linux, we provide our customers with the ability to use one of the most reliable and cost-effective operating systems available today, said Art Herzog, product marketing manager for Dialogic. Those customers that choose to migrate their Dialogic based telephony applications to Linux will find that the process is made very easy since we provide the same reliable development environment and product support customers are already used to."

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