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May 20, 2011

Webinar - Free Webinar Explores Finding the Right Application Development/Deployment Platform


Voice and media applications are gaining in importance for the enterprise, which is also increasing the focus on determining the right platform. There is still a debate regarding the “best” way to develop and deploy applications, with options varying between Customer Premise Equipment (CPE), Hosted Solutions, or apps placed in the cloud. 





To explore this debate further, Sangoma has partnered with TMCnet to offer a free webinar: Determining the "Right" Development/Deployment Platform for Your Voice and Media Applications, scheduled for Wednesday, June 8, 2011 TIME: 2:00 pm EST 11:00 am PST.

Register today for this webinar as it will explore how developers must select between Open Source (News - Alert) alternatives and more traditional “C” based proprietary APIs, as well as XML and Web 2.0 environments. 

You will have the opportunity in this webinar to explore the pros and cons of these different environments. In the process, developers and operators will become better equipped to choose the one that might be the best fit for their particular needs. 

More specifically, this event will examine the criteria for each environment, including the scalability, reliability, ease-of-use, options for application development, flexibility, issues of vendor lock-in, deployment, field maintenance and upgrade issues.

The webinar will feature Nenad Corbic, Vice President of Software Engineering Sangoma Technologies (News - Alert) Inc. Corbic plays an integral part in the development and design of the new line of Sangoma drivers, WAN and TDM protocol stacks and APIs. 

Sangoma is positioned as a premium provider of data and voice connectivity components for software-based communication applications. Corbic is considered to be a pioneer in connectivity hardware and software products for Sangoma in the realms of telephony, WAN and the Internet.
Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves