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TELES Turns to Dialogic for UC Processing Power


April 23, 2018

In our software-defined world, it’s easy to forget about all the moving parts behind the scenes. Whenever we dial in to a conference, reach out to prospective client or simply seek to catch up with a colleague, much like a duck on a pond there is a whole lot going on beneath the surface.

Dialogic and Teles announced a partnership putting the PowerMedia XMS 3.5 to serve as the media processing engine for the TELES Cloud UC and Voice Application Server services. TELES is taking aim at delivering on UCaaS expectations in a rapidly expanding space.  

“The close relationship between TELES and Dialogic is built on years of excellent collaboration, and integrating Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS into the TELES Cloud UC Services platform allows us to provide our customers with a video conferencing solution that meets the demands of a modern office day,” said Oliver Olbrich, Co-CEO at TELES.

Already touted as an extension or replacement of an existing PBX system, in addition to a SIP trunking platform, today’s announcement is a strong step for the UC provider. In deploying the PowerMedia XMS 3.5, TELES is turning to a software-only solution that is highly scalable, and can help drive efforts in delivering IMS, MRF, WebRTC and enterprise applications.

“We are extremely pleased to further extend our relationship with TELES beyond our previous announcement at the virtual infrastructure layer and move up into the applications layer together,” said Bill Crank President & CEO of Dialogic. “When both companies are investing and collaborating, you have the keys to a solid and growing relationship.”

The next generation of communications solutions is here: software-defined, cloud powered and ready to be put to the test.

Are your company’s communications in the cloud, yet?




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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