In the early days of SIP, I was working on VoIP protocol stacks at Radvision. As part my role there I used to attend many of the IETF meetings and SIPit interoperability events. The standards where the holy grail and we were a bit naïve in assuming that everyone would be implementing the standard and nothing but the standard…and networks and products would interconnect easily.[…]
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About Amir Zmora
Amir Zmora (@AmirZmora) is VP Alliances & Partnerships for AudioCodes. In his current role, Amir is heading technical and business alliances as well as new technology initiatives and new media.
Prior to his current position, Amir served as VP Products & Marketing for the Technology Business Unit of RADVISION, an Avaya company, for 5 years. In this role, Amir led the BU’s strategy as well as overall product and marketing activities. These activities spanned from Voice and Video over IP developer solutions and testing and media quality monitoring applications to high level HD video client frameworks for mobile, tablet and desktop running on VoLTE and non-VoLTE networks. This was Amir’s second term at RADVISION with a 4 year “break” between them in which he served as VP Marketing & Products and later VP BD for Surf Communication Solutions. Prior to rejoining RADVISION, Amir was CEO and Co-founder of a web based service creation and video communication startup company.
Earlier, he held several technical and marketing managerial positions at RADVISION, one of which was heading the H.323 R&D and Product Management groups.
Amir enjoys mountain biking as well as hiking and other outdoor activities he does together with his wife and 2 children.
Entries by Amir Zmora
A lot of opinionated information has been written about the debated topic of WebRTC signaling. An example of a good and well-balanced technical post is WebRTC Hacks, written by Victor Pascual. I am excited to be participating in a panel on this topic next week at WebRTC Global Summit in London and I thought it would be a good idea to provide some points about this topic beforehand […]
[Post is better viewed on the blog Website] I recently read the post from Software Advice called 3 Ways to Keep Your VoIP Service From Going Down With the Internet by Don Sadler. Overall it, was music to my ears, hence the title of this post. Many people fall in love with the concept that going cloud […]
As part of my work with WebRTC, I get a chance to speak to different types of companies about their WebRTC plans. When speaking with companies that have existing VoIP products and services, the conversation usually moves to how WebRTC should be added to their offering, what the additional service benefits are and how to […]
If you are reading this blog there is a good chances you heard about WebRTC and are well aware of the various products and services around it. Centering on enterprise communication and how WebRTC is being realized in this segment, the market is pretty much focused on one solution – a GW. Now don’t get […]
Did you ever hear this answer when complaining to IT about a bad call experience over a VoIP network? “Try to make that call again and if things go bad yet again please let me know” Enterprise telephony networks of the past were rather simple from a quality assurance perspective. The move to IP was […]
[This is the first post in our Lync Migration series of posts] I come from the video communications market, video is my bread and butter, my default for any business or personal communication. Sometimes I forget that not everyone sees the world of communication as I do. To many, communication is a phone call. In […]