It’s clear that the time has come for a solution that gathers all the disparate parts of network management together in one place. A full lifecycle management suite for VoIP deployments that provides monitoring, management and operation of all the products in the network — all in a single pane of glass. AudioCodes’ One Voice Operations Center (OVOC) is that solution.
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About Yossi Zadah
Yossi Zadah serves as AudioCodes’ VP, One Voice Operation Center, Business Line. In his current role, Yossi is responsible for AudioCodes’ management solutions business line; product management, business development, cloud services strategy and profit & loss.
Prior to his current position, Yossi served 3 years in company’s product department focuses on cross-product capabilities, integration and network elements, creating solution requirements and supporting collateral.
In addition, Yossi severed 11 years in the company’s R&D, his last role as the System Engineer of the SIP group defining AudioCodes’ products Media GW and Session Border controllers.
Yossi has worked in the High-Tech industry since 1987, starting out as a SW engineer. Among the other positions he has held during his high-tech career, Yossi has also served as VP R&D for CableCom Solutions (GadLine), where he managed a group of hardware and software engineers in an advanced broadband communications project over HFC networks and VP Operations for DenX, where he managed the company's operations and production of simulation systems for training purposes.
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In my opinion, Waze is the best navigation application in the market today. Actually, Waze is much more than just a navigation app: it’s a community of travelers and commuters who are constantly contributing to form one of the earliest and largest crowd-sourcing platforms. By using on-line navigation data and user notifications, Waze maps traffic jams and sends drivers a variety of notifications including hazardous situations on the road, police presence, and speed cameras.
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.
Empathy – being able to feel sorry for someone else’s troubles – is a basic ingredient for good mental health. However, sometimes, when irony is involved, empathy might turn to ambivalence. For example, you will naturally feel empathy when you see or hear about a building going up in flames, but you might even crack a smile if the building in question is the fire department.
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 than data routing, but with no routing protocols.
Recent research shows that “super creativity” is the way the brain makes the connection between different segments of the brain. Furthermore, it’s all about amount and diversity of connectivity. What’s connectivity? Brain anatomy (circuitry) or routing? Perhaps both?
When Angelina Jolie plays in a feature, it’s reasonable to assume that she would be playing a close role to the meaningful relationship in the movie. What does this have to do with relationships in multi-tenancy?
Commenter: Hi, can I ask a WebRTC related question?
WebRTC forum moderator: Of course, you are in the right place.
Commenter: My name is Garfield.
WebRTC forum moderator: Ahh OK, are you related to the cat?
Commenter: Seriously? When’s the last time a cat asked questions in the WebRTC forum?
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? […]
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 […]