Entries by Yossi Zadah

If it’s Friday, I’ll Take the Scenic Route Home

VoIP routing applications suffer from the same issue as navigation applications do, how to make decisions based on a variety of criteria. In an ideal scenario where the network is free of any impairments, the main VoIP routing criteria would simply be the cost to the desired destination. However, in real life, there are so many other competing criteria

The Nightmare of Managing Heterogeneous VoIP Networks in Medium to Large Enterprises

There is an Answer Managing heterogeneous VoIP networks in medium to large enterprises can be a nightmare. Due to the large number of vendors participating in providing the solution, there can be problems at every stage of the implementation and maintenance issues can arise in a variety of aspects including: Network design and configuration Device […]

Simplified Call Routing for Complex Networks

What makes VoIP level routing hard to manage? One of the main achievements in the world of data routing over the last two decades is the emergence of the distributed routing architecture. Using various routing protocols (RIP, OSPF, EGRP, BGP, etc.), networks are created and modified dynamically and automatically. VoIP routing is much more complicated […]

Super Creativity in Routing Diversity

“Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things”- Steve Jobs. Recent researches […]

Identifying Toll Fraud is Harder Than finding a Needle in a Haystack

At the time of creation, God spoke with man directly, without any proxy. God spoke to Adam, Eve, the snake and even handled the first murder interrogation by himself when asking Cain “Where is your brother Abel?” When there were too many people, God started sending his messages and commands through prophets. How does this relate to Big Data and Toll Fraud? […]

46.3 Billion Reasons to Invest in Call Toll Fraud Prevention

I remember the summer of 1972 as one hell of a hot summer. We were a bunch of kids on summer vacation without much to do. Our daily routine was mainly playing football in the deserted schoolyard and searching for other “exciting” activities the rest of the day. One day we decided that it would be much “cooler” to stay indoors in the classrooms. So we broke […]

Big Data in the Service of Brain Manipulation

[Post is better viewed on the blog Website] Editor’s notes: As the editor of AudioCodes Voice Blog I’m always looking for interesting, off-topic, technology posts. This post by Yossi Zadah is a good example. The post is not about VoIP, yet it is about voice and video and how our brain unconsciously makes decisions based on […]