Now available on YouTube, our Top 10 SBC Use Cases #10, CPaaS (Cloud-based Communications Provider as a Service) Enablement, featuring Intelligent Traffic Management, Cloud Hosted, SIP Trunking Interoperability, FQDN Mapping, Media By-pass and an actual customer case study. Watch it here.
Now available on YouTube, our “Build New Opportunities with 2FA – A How To” webinar where we explore Two Factor Authentication – more than just a means to confirm subscriber identities, 2FA is an opportunity for new revenue for service providers, offering it as a service to high-risk customers. Watch now here.
8 Things to Watch in Telecom during 2020
By Alan Percy, CMO at TelcoBridges
5G, new FCC rules, Robocalling, 9-1-1 access, TDOS attackers, the Cloud and more in 2020 – a list of 8 things to watch in the upcoming year. Continue reading
By Alan Percy, CMO @ TelcoBridges
Offering UCaaS and CCaaS services around the globe includes a number of business and technical challenges – finding consistent SIP Trunking is just one of them.
Our latest case study documents how MERS Goodwill has migrated it’s telephony to SIP trunking with TelcoBridges’ ProSBC. Read how 44 stores, 60 employment training centers, 3 adult high schools & a mix of internally managed IP-PBX systems benefit from ProSBC here.
Palau is an archipelago small nation in the western Pacific Ocean, made up of roughly 340 islands across an area of 466 square kilometers. An independent nation since the 1981, Palau is governed as a presidential republic and home to more than 21,000 people.
The limited population, expansive geography and the remoteness of the island nation has made serving the residents of Palau and their tourist guests with telecommunications services especially difficult. Because of the diverse geography, the island has depended on VHF wireless radios and pre-paid GSM telephone service as the dominant communications technologies.
Thanks to a new submarine fiberoptic cable, the island nation now enjoys connectivity to the outside world. But, how would the mobile operators of the island enable voice calling to the rest of the world? FreeSBC to the rescue.
A new case study on Palau Telecom tells the story – you can read it here