Dialogic to increase manpower in India


Dialogic, a provider of communications technologies that
power advanced networks, announced it will increase its manpower in India.


Dialogic India has around 100 people in India. The
company is planning to grow its resources by 40 percent in 2011. More than 50
percent of the professionals are in research and development.


India will be the hub of research and development for the
company’s video products and will cater to global markets.


Video media server and video gateway products from
Dialogic have enabled customers to
deploy innovative mobile video services since the advent of 3G networks.  


Now, Dialogic’s video design and development center in
India is enhancing the company’s capabilities in the expanding areas of video
content adaptation, video streaming and video analytics that will help drive
these future services.


“Mobile broadband networks are continuing their
explosive growth, with video services being a key part of that growth. Dialogic
expects to participate in the growth of the Mobile Video VAS market in India,
and we intend to continue to supply our customers with unmatched video products
and solutions to drive even more innovative video services,” said Uno
Mehta, vice president and general manager, Video Business Unit, Dialogic.


“With the opening of the India video design and
development center a few months ago, we are now even better positioned to take
advantage of the growth and innovation that continues to thrive in the
industry. Additionally, this center significantly increases Dialogic’s presence
in the important Indian market,” Mehta added.


With the exponential growth of smartphone use
in India, there is a rising demand for Mobile Value Added Services
(MVAS).  At VAS Asia 2011, Singh explored this trend and discussed how it
represents a unique opportunity for mobile operators to increase customer
offerings and create new revenue opportunities.


He also delved into the differences between
consumer and business-oriented MVAS, taking a look at the success of mobile
services focused on personalization, as well as the next generation of
applications such as mobile video.


This was our fifth year supporting VAS Asia
and we were excited to demonstrate our expertise in mobile value added services
to a growing audience,” said
Kevin Cook, executive vice president of
Worldwide Field Operations at Dialogic. 


Not only did the event tie in
well with our emphasis on mobile value added services, and particularly video
services, but it also helped us demonstrate our strong commitment to the Asia
Pacific region.  We are well-positioned to continue expanding our presence
and fueling our customers in this region with innovative mobile value-added
services,” Cook added.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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