Dialogic Corp a supplier of media servers and class 4 switches,it is launching an application development practice for network premises and cloud-based applications. The new line of applications will include WebRTC, audio and video conferencing, video collaboration such as shared whiteboards, IBRs and cloud-based PBX. The combined company will deliver both custom apps and managed services for service provider customers. Additionally, the former Apex organization will develop white label applications for service providers. Dialogic, with 450 employees worldwide, closed the Apex acquisition in late January; they declined to disclose terms of the deal. Both companies are privately held. Apex supplies global real-time communications applications for service providers and enterprise networks. Apex CEO Ben Levy will stay on as VP of applications at Dialogic.
Dialogic is a communications technology company that provides telecom infrastructure products and solutions to service providers and enterprise. It was founded in 1983, and is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey. Dialogic products are sold directly to service providers, and application developers, as well as through a large network of distributors,resellers and partners, and supplied to OEMs.
About Apex Communications
APEX Communications is a global provider of Service Delivery Platforms, Application Servers with Service Creation Environments, and Service-Ready Solutions to mobile and fixed line Network Operators, Value Added Service Providers, Contact Centers, Enterprises, and Value Added Resellers for network, customer care, and value-added services using Voice, Video, SMS/Text and USSD and support for critical technologies such as WebRTC and Diameter.
You can find more information about Dialogic’s acquisition of Apex communications on the Light Reading website.