Tag Archives: AudioCodes

Let Your Bots Do the Talking

In my latest article for No Jitter, I take a look at you can telephone-enable bots.  This is very cool stuff! Let Your Bots do the Talking

WebRTC Webinar Recording

The playback for my WebRTC for Beginners webinar is available. Since I hate listening to myself talk, I will not be clicking on the link.  I was told that it went well, though.  The survey results were all positive and I received a number of positive comments.  I hope you enjoy it as much as […]

AudioCodes Tackles Simpler Session Management

As a writer about all things communications, I love the fact that there is always a new subject to explore. Manufacturers are either updating existing products or unveiling something completely new and different. Technology is constantly evolving and change is coming at us at a feverish pitch. On top of that, there are so many […]

Taming the Dial Plan Spaghetti Monster

I have been making and answering telephone calls for over 50 years and yet I still struggle when it comes to remembering the numbers of most of the people I see and work with on a daily basis. Heck, I couldn’t even tell you the telephone numbers of my kid’s cell phones. That’s not because […]

Tango Networks and the App-less App

Some of you may remember my article, When the Session Border Controller Became the Toaster. While a bit of what I wrote was tongue in cheek, I was serious when I said, “I want SBC manufacturers to impress me with more than how many sessions they support.” It’s too easy for today’s cutting edge technology […]

High Availability Session Border Controllers Down and Dirty

Any subject worth learning is like an onion. No, not because it will make you cry (although some sure bring out the tears for me). Rather, it’s because a worthwhile subject consists of multiple layers and every time you think you completely understand the whole thing, you find something new to capture your time and […]

The Fine Art of Choosing the Right SBC

I wear many different hats during the day, but the one that pays most of the bills is that of “The SIP Guy.” While I can’t take credit for coming up with SIP (that honor goes to Henning Schulzrinne and Mark Handley), I did start working with it early on and co-developed a SIP stack […]

Striking the Right WebRTC Balance

I stir up controversy every time I say this, but I will say it anyway. WebRTC does not define a signaling protocol. This means that developers are free to use whatever method or protocol they want when they create their solutions. In my latest article for No Jitter, I introduce my readers to the AudioCodes […]

Why 2014 Was a Good Year

We all know the story of the glass of water. The optimist will tell you that it’s half full while the pessimist declares it half empty. Well, I am here to tell you that there is a third option. The glass contains exactly the right amount–not too much and not too little. As 2014 comes […]

AudioCodes Accepts the SBC Toaster Challenge

Last week in my No Jitter article, When the Session Border Controller Became the Toaster, I challenged the SBC vendors to excite me about their products and tell me why their solutions were better than browned bread. Well, quite a few did just that. A few commented on the No Jitter page. A few more […]