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Dialogic Predicts 2015 Tech Trends

By Carrie Majewski (née Schmelkin) January 27, 2015

While some industry analysts might still be consulting the magic 8 ball when it comes to 2015 technology predictions, Dialogic is already hedging its bets on the bleeding-edge technologies that will revolutionize the sector.  Tim Moynihan, Vice President of Marketing for Dialogic, let NFVZone in on these trends during Editor’s Day today at ITEXPO. Here’s a look at three things Moynihan suggests will take root this year:

  1. The Rise of NFV: NFV market predictions are nothing new: in fact, industry pundits predict that that the NFV and SDN markets will reach $11 billion globally in 2018. But Moynihan suggests we might see more sizeable leaps in this market sooner. Specifically, we will see more deployments in the NFV space as well as additional separations of applications from hardware. So where does Dialogic fit in with this market surge? “NFV is in our DNA,” Moynihan said. “We have been processing voice and video forever.”
  2. Widespread Adoption of WebRTC: As Jim Machi, Senior Vice President of Product Management & Marketing of Dialogic, argued last year, WebRTC is developing along a normal evolutionary track and is moving from hype to reality with each passing month. Moynihan echoed a similar sentiment on Editor’s Day contending that WebRTC is quickly becoming more of a mainstream technology and fitting into our existing infrastructures. “We see it getting to the next level of maturation in the coming years,” Moynihan said. “We are starting to see actual deployments and see it integrating into existing networks.” But there is still work ahead, Moynihan argued. Specifically, companies need to work on continuing to make WebRTC accessible and take it to a point where it integrates into other infrastructures.
  3. Increase in Value-Add Services: The industry is “front and center” when it comes to focus on value-add services, suggest Moynihan. In fact, he is speaking on a panel today at 4 pm titled "Turning Simple Voice Communications into Profitable Interactions", which focuses on the importance of developing next generation of voice solutions that can turn into profitable business interactions. “It’s about increasing revenue using voice services,” Moynihan said.

For Dialogic—a company that inspires the world’s leading service providers and application developers to elevate the performance of media-rich communications across the most advanced networks—the timing of these three trends couldn’t be better.

“Our story in 2015 will be one centered on growth, customer success stories and some significant deployments around all three categories mentioned above,” Moynihan said. “Our growth will be fueled by our ability to support these three market trends.”

For more details on Moynihan’s session, click here. Dialogic will be exhibiting at booth 317 from Jan. 28-30.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

Director of Content Marketing, Content Boost

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