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Is Stir/Shaken the latest James Bond-inspired beverage? Not in the telephony world. These FCC call handling protocols are serious business. This new authentication framework is designed to reduce fraudulent robocalls and illegal number spoofing. In our industry where call traffic is our livelihood, Inventive Labs is ready to help your company understand and navigate these new calling protocols.
In the past, my tool of choice for quickly and easily creating telephony applications has been Inventive Labs’ Voice Elements. Its ready integration with Microsoft Visual Studio, easy to understand API, and complete feature set make it an easy choice for projects of all types and sizes.
We have had 11 years to refine Voice Elements, to make more efficient, add new features and make it the best of breed. We have shipped over 400,000 channels of the product and it is solid, field proven and better than Dialogic ever was. It can do EVERYTHING that Dialogic could do and better.
Most developers that want to add SMS or voice (telephone) processing to their applications have come across a publicly traded company called Twilio (TWLO). The company is impressive with their 2019 revenue approaching 1...
'Centralization or Decentralization - What is the Best Business Structure? Business consultants make their living evaluating what is most efficient for a company. In computing, the pendulum has swung back and forth since the advent of the computer. Here is where we...
NuGet makes incorporating third party libraries into .NET applications quick and easy. It also simplifies keeping your references current as new versions of the libraries are released. With the Voice Elements client now in NuGet, you can now start writing
Years ago, I recall wondering when every home and business would toss out their telephones to make room for videophones. It seemed to me, a techie, that videophones would be the next logical step in day to day communications. Who wouldn’t want that? I didn’t realize...
Over the past couple of years, I have spent a good deal of time designing, developing and advising many people on dialers. Where some have been predictive dialers, others simple power dialers or voice broadcasting systems, I have several times discussed the options...
VoiceXML promised to create simple, open source voice applications that could run on any hardware platform and easily be moved from vendor to vendor or service to service. Instead we got a mix of additional standards such as CCXML, SSML, SISR, EcmaScript, SCXML, SRGS,...
I first envisioned the basic framework of Voice Elements in the fall of 2007. At that time, our rock solid CTI32 toolkit for telephony was in its heyday. CTI32 had, for a decade or more, been a platform of choice for many a .NET developer. The...
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