Building Video Conferencing Solutions with Asterisk and Dialogic

By Rod Montgomery

If you are interested in expanding your knowledge on the benefits of video conferencing and Asterisk for the continued success of your business, you won’t want to miss this informative presentation from two experienced companies in the telecommunications industry.

Join Dialogic and Digium next week, Wednesday, July 20, 2011, at 2p.m. ET/11a.m. PT, for a webinar called Building Video Conferencing Solutions with Asterisk. Together, the two companies will share their insight on video conferencing and Asterisk.

Video conferencing has become a commodity for enterprises and as technology as IP network connectivity continues to advance, the demand for video conferencing is growing at a rapid rate. As enterprises move towards a mobile workforce, video conferencing is necessary for enterprise mobility to connect workers regardless of their location. Video conferencing solutions can also take advantage of Asterisk platforms for advanced, next generation video capabilities.

This webinar will provide an in-depth discussion of Asterisk as well as insight into the video conferencing market. The webinar will also explore how to create a fully featured video conferencing solution controlled by Asterisk dialplan, video endpoint support for desktop and PC based clients and iPhone, Android and iPad mobile video clients. In addition, presenters will also highlight multiparty displays and how to add high-definition audio to your Asterisk video conference.

A veteran of the telecommunications industry for over 20 years, Martin’s experience ranges from PBX hardware and embedded software, to IVR, Call Center, Media Server, and Unified Messaging software and systems. Antony Martin, director of open source engineering at Dialogic, and Steve Sokol, marketing director for Asterisk at Digium, will be presenting the webinar with TMCnet group editorial director Erik Linask as the moderator.

Sokol possesses a widespread knowledge of the functions, capabilities and value of the Asterisk communications engine and his experience with the open source platform dates back to 2003. In 2004 he co-founded AstriCon, the official Asterisk community conference and exhibition.

Don’t miss the chance to be a part of this discussion and explore how to utilize Asterisk solutions for video conferencing. There is still time to sign up. Register now!

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