Eicon Networks Completes Acquisition of Intel's Media and Signaling Business and Changes Name to Dialogic

- Eicon Networks Corporation completed its acquisition of Intel Corporation's Media and Signaling business.

Eicon also is also changing its name to Dialogic Corporation as it moves to merge the two businesses into one. Dialogic's focus will be multimedia processing, signaling, and converged communications.

The new Dialogic will have financial backing with global investment groups Investcorp Technology Ventures and Tennenbaum Capital Partners. Investcorp is serving as the lead equity investor in the transaction, and Tennenbaum is providing a credit facility and serving as an equity co-investor.

Eicon's Diva Server product line is now complemented by products from the Intel Media and Signaling business, including the broad range of Dialogic analog and T1/E1 network interface and voice cards, PBX integration and station interface cards, voice and video Host Media Processing software and HMP-enabled boards, SS7 and signaling solutions (including an SS7-based AMC card), gateway solutions, and ATCA -based multimedia server product line.

The new Dialogic and Intel will work together during a transition period to integrate the businesses and product supply and support.

SpeechTek Covers
for qualified subscribers
Subscribe Now Current Issue Past Issues