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Sonetel is a global telephone service provider offering a rich and scalable Communications-Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS) solution for entrepreneurs and small businesses with international ambitions. The company focuses on offering premium quality business communications for free or at a minimal cost in order to help its customers become more accessible to their consumers. Sonetel enables businesses and entrepreneurs to migrate their telephony infrastructure to the cloud. The company provides an innovative platform that delivers communications services such as voice, messaging, SIP trunking, and voice conferencing, as well as other related services such as virtual numbers, call forwarding, and many more. The company’s all-in-one solution provides end users with access to all of these highly beneficial services through a single application or web portal. Sonetel’s main objective is to offer high-quality services at affordable prices and provide businesses with the ability to scale. The company’s VoIP service allows you to make…

Orange to cut down energy use by deploying 5G Orange claims to be on a mission to alleviate strain on Europe’s energy networks. The corporation asserts that it can save energy and is doing this by introducing the latest generation of technology, in particular 5G. All of this effort is being applied in order for the company to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040. Deploying 5G is cited as a crucial component of this undertaking. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/4zmnpfce FCC bans all Huawei and ZTE equipment The sale and import of equipment produced by Chinese manufacturers Huawei and ZTE has been banned by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Dahua Technology and Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology, as well as radio equipment producer Hytera Communications Corp., are also banned. According to the FCC, these suppliers pose a threat to national security in the United States, and their technology may potentially be…

Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia providing scheduled, seasonal and charter flights to over 70 destinations, has formed a strategic alliance with DIDWW, a global telecoms operator offering premium quality VoIP and SMS communication services for businesses. The Serbian airline is using DIDWW two-way SIP trunking for its corporate communications, along with the Avaya Aura® Communication Manager.   This partnership with DIDWW allows Air Serbia to expand its local and international communications by using the powerful DIDWW SIP trunking service. This solution offers virtually unlimited call capacity, flexible VoIP trunk configuration options, and truly local premium quality calling. The two-way SIP trunking service enables the airline to access the PSTN in more than 80 countries, providing the company with an extended global reach and a high standard of reliability and availability, as well as access to local routes with guaranteed CLI (Calling Line Identification).   “As…

Meta was fined €265 million by Irish regulators on Monday. This is the company’s latest penalty for violating rigorous European Union data privacy regulations.    According to the Data Protection Commission (DPC), Meta Platforms Inc. violated parts of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which require technological and organizational measures to secure user data.   The authority began looking into press reports that user data for more than 533 million people was discovered to have been leaked online last year. This information was detected on a website for hackers, and includes names, Facebook IDs, phone numbers, residences, birthdates and email addresses of individuals from more than 100 different countries.   The DPC investigation discovered that Meta’s Facebook Search, Facebook Messenger Contact Importer and Instagram Contact Importer capabilities did not adhere to GDPR rules between May 25, 2018 and September 19, 2019.   According to Meta, the information was “scraped”…

The ViaSat-3 Americas satellite has completed its Final Integrated Satellite Test (FIST) and has now advanced to the Flight Final phase of integration, where it is undergoing final build-up for its flight configuration, according to the satellite communications provider Viasat.   The satellite had previously passed mechanical environmental testing and thermal vacuum testing, which replicated vacuum and extreme heat and cold temperatures in orbit, where the satellite is projected to operate for the next 15 years.   FIST is intended to test all of the satellite’s payload and bus systems to ensure they perform correctly after the pressures of mechanical environmental testing, which simulates the spacecraft’s launch. Following the mechanical and thermal strains of the previous test phases, FIST confirmed that the satellite continued to function as intended.   The Ka-band satellites of the ViaSat-3 class are anticipated to offer the finest bandwidth economics in the sector with significant flexibility…

SK Telecom’s metaverse platform launched in 49 countries SK Telecom has expanded the reach of its “ifland” metaverse platform into 49 additional nations, thereby outstripping the reach of Meta’s Horizon Worlds. SKT says that 12.8 million people have used ifland in total. Currently, the platform is only available in English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. DoCoMo, a Japanese telecommunications company, is one of SKT’s local partners. Recently, the two businesses decided to work together on technology and content for the metaverse. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/2bt5a8kf CMA to investigate Apple and Google’s browser duopoly The CMA has begun a thorough market probe into Apple and Google’s market dominance in mobile browsers. Together, Apple’s Safari and Google Chrome support 97% of all mobile online traffic in the UK. The CMA worries that this duopoly discourages tech firms from investing in their browsers and stifles competition in the mobile browser market. Additionally, this dominance…

Vodafone and WWF have announced a new relationship that will advance the communications company’s net-zero goal for 2040, while enhancing the circular economy through the collecting and recycling of smartphones. The program is a component of Vodafone’s three-year alliance with WWF, with initiatives being focused on assisting customers to make more environmentally friendly decisions.   The “One million phones for the planet” campaign went live on November 22nd, 2022 in support of Vodafone’s circularity and net-zero goals. The new project contributes to Vodafone’s goal of reusing, reselling or recycling 100% of its network waste. Additionally, it will accelerate progress toward the company’s flagship net-zero goal.   Customers in Europe and Africa will be encouraged to trade in their outdated mobile devices for repair, refurbishment or recycling. Vodafone will donate £1, or the equivalent in local currency, for every phone collected as a contribution to WWF conservation projects all across the…

According to the Federal Communications Commission, callers must receive the recipient’s permission before leaving “ringless voicemails.” The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unanimously concluded that these quiet voicemails are subject to the same Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) provisions that prohibit robocalls without authorization.  Each year, the FCC receives numerous consumer complaints about ringless voicemail. As a result, the Commission has made it clear that robocalls, including ringless voicemail, are unlawful if they are made without the recipient’s prior affirmative consent. This decision took effect on the same day that it was made public, November 21, 2022. Any non-emergency call made to a wireless telephone number utilizing an automatic telephone dialing system or an artificial or prerecorded voice is now forbidden under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which safeguards customers against unwanted robocalls. This decision comes five years after All About the Message, LLC (AATM) petitioned the…

Peraton, a provider of satellite and terrestrial communications, network optimization and managed security services, has been promoted to become a Premier Tier Services Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network. This designation honors Peraton’s level of quality and dedication to its customers as the world’s premier mission capability integrator and revolutionary enterprise IT supplier.   Peraton is an AWS Managed Service Provider (MSP) Partner, AWS Solution Provider and AWS Partner Network (APN) Member with over 700 AWS certifications. Peraton currently focuses on two service categories and three AWS competencies. With the help of Peraton’s AWS application services, its customers may accelerate their journeys toward digital transformation with the most cutting-edge technology available. The focus of Peraton’s AWS managed services is on the management of a cloud environment that supports the ability to perform work. The three capabilities in which the organization excels are AWS Cloud Migration, AWS DevSecOps…

The idea of networking with and meeting people is not everyone’s cup of tea, especially if you find yourself simultaneously wishing to drown in a vat of chocolate and avoid big crowds. But networking isn’t difficult – it just takes practice to get good at.   So how can you become a networking Jedi? There’s a subtle art to networking, and this isn’t something you can learn in an article. However, there are several tips and tricks you can use to up your networking game instantly. In this piece, we take a closer look at the key factors that contribute to becoming a networking pro. Business networking refers to the practice of developing mutually beneficial relationships with other entrepreneurs and future clients or customers. Networking may help you find employment, attract investors, and even secure clients. This art allows you to tap into a pool of professionals ranging from competitors…