News Roundup

A quick roundup of the news in Telecoms | Week #10

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Salesforce launches a generative AI CRM technology

The world’s first generative AI customer relationship management (CRM) platform, Einstein GPT, has been released by Salesforce. The system will provide personalized content for interactions across sales, service, marketing, commerce, and IT using real-time data from the Salesforce Data Cloud. Clients may integrate data with OpenAI’s cutting-edge AI models or employ external models within Salesforce CRM to create dynamic content that responds to user requirements. In order to invest in high-potential businesses and support ethical, reliable, and generative AI, Salesforce Ventures has also established a $250 million Generative AI Fund.

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Dish Wireless receives FCC permission to test T-Mobile’s 5G spectrum

Dish Wireless will perform 5G testing using part of T-Mobile’s low-band spectrum before determining whether to acquire the spectrum later this year. The Federal Communications Commission approved the testing, which will be conducted in Arizona until September 30. Dish has the option to purchase 13.5 MHz of airwaves in the 817-824 MHz and 862-869 MHz bands from T-Mobile for $3.59 billion, which it may exercise by April 1. If Dish does not acquire the spectrum, it will owe $72 million to T-Mobile and $360 million to the US government, unless it satisfies deployment conditions.

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Sangoma to deliver cloud-based communications solutions to AVANT clients

Sangoma Technologies has teamed with technology services distributor AVANT to deliver cloud-based Communications as a Service solution to AVANT’s clients. With this agreement, AVANT’s Trusted Advisors will be able to offer a package of cloud-native communications solutions, including Sangoma’s UCaaS system, cloud-based video meetings, collaboration, contact center, CPaaS, SIP trunking, and MSP services, that are all connected and functioning together. According to Jamie Minner, Chief Revenue Officer at Sangoma, the company continues to invest in the Technology Services Distributor channel, with AVANT being the newest addition to the TSD partner network.

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Airtame upgrades its hybrid conferencing solution with Zoom

Airtame, a Copenhagen-based hardware-enabled SaaS platform provider, has released three major feature enhancements to Airtame Rooms, its hybrid conferencing solution, to boost hybrid collaboration. Airtame Rooms now has a complete Zoom connection, as well as calendar connectors with Microsoft and Google. Users may now attend Teams or Zoom meetings from any Airtame Hub device and access their work calendar with Microsoft or Google single sign-on. The company’s hybrid conferencing solution allows customers to operate videoconferencing from a single platform, boosting hybrid collaboration possibilities.

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XConnect partners with Enabld to deliver enhanced messaging routing

XConnect has partnered with Enabld Technologies, a communications platform as a service (CPaaS) provider, to provide mobile number analytics for improved messaging routing. Enabld will be able to use XConnect’s global numbering intelligence data within its CPaaS platform to provide an omnichannel experience as a result of the agreement. Enabld will include XConnect’s verified global numbering intelligence data in its Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) technology to provide a consistent and dependable omnichannel experience. The collaboration seeks to improve messaging accuracy and quality for Enabld clients while also allowing the company to deliver efficient communications to the correct consumers more rapidly.

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