Part IIâMedia Servers, Expanding Roles, Dean Bubley

Part IIâMedia Servers, Expanding Roles, Dean Bubley

Part IIâMedia Servers, Expanding Roles, Dean Bubley

While they are rarely in the limelight, real-time media servers are a critical part of communications networks today. Media servers and Media Resource Function (MRF) software is playing an even larger role as video telephony, recording, and real-time stream processing play a larger part in our daily communications. Several initiatives are driving new media server needs and increased usage, including: 1. Voice over LTE (VoLTE) 2. Telephony Application Developer (TAD) programs 3. Network Function Virtualization (NFV) 4. Web Real Time Communications (WebRTC)

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Why Your Call Center Software Needs Video Conferencing

Video conferencing is normally associated with entertainment and benefits that align more with personal, rather than professional, use. However, when implemented as a form of call center software, brands can see how this technology can easily be used to help increase customer engagement and provide the positive and valuable service they strive to deliver. How so? Customer service involves a...
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