has established itself as the leading global provider of open computer
telephony (CT) solutions. As a result of that leadership in the CT industry,
Intel acquired the company in July 1999. With proven networking, computing
and telecommunications competencies, the companies are enabling new converged
Web services, including Internet voice browsing, high density enhanced
media gateways, and e-Business building blocks for service providers and
contact centers. Intel communications and application building blocks
and solutions enable customers to quickly deploy robust, scalable, and
reliable e-Business services.
Communications, which combines the power and functionality
of computers with the most basic and universal communication tool
the telephone, has become the mantra of the CT industry. Today, many forms
of CT including voicemail, email, fax, cellular phones, pagers, and PCs
are woven into the fabric of most people's daily lives, indicating that
effective forms of communication play a very important role in the private
and public sectors.
is the leading supplier of standards-based voice and fax processing
components, with more than four million voice service ports deployed worldwide.
Dialogic products power a new class of enhanced services
being delivered by telecommunications carriers, such as voice activated
Dialogic is spearheading the migration to open, building
block computer telephony (CT) server solutions. Its CT Media™ and
CT Connect™ server software platforms enable multiple applications
from different vendors to interoperate on a single CT server.