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The successful demonstration of renewable energy sources in a 5G mobile site has been confirmed by Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson. Both companies collaborated to convert a live radio station utilizing a management system to optimize power supply and demand by leveraging solar and wind energy.   The site in Dittenheim, 120 kilometers north of Munich, has been partially powered by solar panels for over a year as part of a prior collaboration between the two enterprises. Wind turbines have now been installed as part of a new trial to increase the site’s renewable energy capability. Acting as a second renewable energy power source, the wind turbine is capable of providing up to 5kW of additional electricity. When the conditions are ideal, the facility may run entirely on renewable energy, eliminating the requirement for use of the electrical power grid.   The Ericsson Power System, which handles the two power sources…

Pure IP, a New Zealand-based international VoIP communication solutions provider, has launched its Dynamics Call Connect solution, which enables inbound and outbound calls to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service platform for a comprehensive omnichannel experience.   Customers can use Microsoft Azure Direct Routing to obtain numbers and external connections to enable inbound and outbound calls inside Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service in a BYOC (Bring Your Own Carrier) paradigm.   Following the news last year that Pure IP was one of the first Microsoft Operator Connect launch partners, Dynamics Call Connect is the newest development in the Pure IP fold that strengthens the company’s Microsoft voice credentials.    Dynamics Call Connect makes use of Pure IP’s Azure Direct Routing as a Service offering to provide incoming and outbound calls for Dynamics Contact Center in over 43 countries, as well as inbound-only services in 137 countries, all from the cloud. Pure…

Orange expands its phone recycling program Orange, a French telecommunications company, is extending its “Re” program, which offers phone recycling, refurbishing, repairs and returns. Customers may drop off phones that are no longer in use at the store, and Orange says any income earned from recycling these old devices will be donated to the Emmaüs International network. The telecom company has stated that the initiative would be expanded to the rest of its European areas, which include Moldova, Slovakia, Romania and Spain. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/yckkrmss Exoprise launches new monitoring solution for collaboration apps Exoprise, a Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) service provider, has introduced the latest version of its Service Watch Desktop (SWD) platform. This product helps IT teams to successfully identify problems and forecast performance deterioration when using enterprise collaboration platforms like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, WebEx and Google Meet. Businesses may drastically reduce MTTR and total troubleshooting time by…

Twilio, a customer engagement platform used by hundreds of thousands of businesses around the world, and Syniverse, a communications technology provider to leading carriers and enterprises, have announced that their strategic partnership has been finalized, with Twilio investing $750 million in common equity in Syniverse and the companies expanding their strategic and commercial partnership. In February 2022, Syniverse opted to abandon its intention for a $2.85 billion reverse acquisition that would have resulted in the business being listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Syniverse will remain as being majority-owned by the Carlyle private equity firm, with Twilio’s $750 million investment serving as a source of additional funding. Twilio was originally mentioned in February as a possible alternative to the Syniverse NYSE IPO. With the completion of this deal, Twilio has become a large minority owner of Syniverse, while Carlyle retains the controlling share. Syniverse obtained $1.025…

Snom and Dstny for Service Providers, a European provider of cloud-based Business Communication solutions, have announced a strategic partnership which will allow both companies to leverage their shared assets and expertise. This includes a strong European market presence, as well as their shared goal of meeting the demand for modern telecommunications with best-in-class solutions. The partnership with Dstny is an exciting opportunity for Snom to expand its presence in the vibrant and fast-changing European marketplace. Simultaneously, Dstny and its customers have the opportunity to benefit from Snom’s 25 years of experience, its versatile, high-quality products, and its local expertise. Dstny is the largest European-based cloud communications solutions provider offering a complete business communication solution as-a-service and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) platforms. Named by Frost & Sullivan as one of Europe’s most innovative UCaaS leaders, the organisation works with over 20 service providers and carriers like Telia, Tele2, T-Mobile and Dstny Group in the EMEA region, serving over…

The GSMA, a worldwide organization dedicated to uniting the mobile ecosystem, has cautioned that market imbalances between network operators and online service providers might impede growth in a number of areas of the Internet-based economy, and has urged policymakers to solve the problem immediately.    According to the GSMA’s 2022 Internet Value Chain analysis, asymmetric regulation and limits, sector-specific taxes and spectrum charges are straining infrastructure providers’ business models while allowing big tech to prosper.   The reliance of Internet services and other growing sectors that are dependent on underlying infrastructure investment must be considered by those in charge of enacting rules and regulations. Infrastructure investment incentives may be restrained by unfavorable taxes, costly regulatory requirements, and other cost-degrading factors, according to the paper. The document urges politicians to analyze the entire tax and regulatory environment, ensuring that enterprises investing in infrastructure are rewarded for building and upgrading the networks…

As VoIP technology becomes more broadly adopted, the number of VoIP providers on the market continues to grow, each with their own unique set of services. The stakes are high when it comes to your phone system, and a misstep may have a detrimental influence on your reputation and business operations. After all, you require a phone system that is trustworthy, has the functionality you need, and can scale with your business – all at a competitive price.   Switching to a different voice carrier may be a challenging exercise, and it would be a waste of your time and money to switch to a VoIP service that does not match your needs. To make migrating to a new VoIP service easier, here is a list of the top 10 questions to ask your prospective VoIP operator. The majority of providers give a multitude of features. Many are included in…

RingPlan making phone automation possible With the addition of business automation to its range of services, RingPlan, a Southern California VoIP provider, is transforming the way people use their phones. VoIP phone services, video conferencing, business text messaging, and digital fax services are all part of the RingPlan platform. The newly-introduced RingPlan Sidecar is a user-configurable library of functions that may be used to construct unique automation sequences. Users may create up to 48 unique sequences that they can call up at any moment to execute a range of time-saving activities. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/2ztxhz9d DT partners SKT to bring metaverse to Germany SK Telecom (SKT) and Deutsche Telekom (DT) have formed a collaboration to provide Ifland, South Korea’s metaverse platform, to German users. The partnership will see the two conduct a live platform trial by the end of the year. According to reports, the test will feature the building…

DIDWW, a leading telecom operator that offers premium quality VoIP communications for businesses and telco carriers all over the world, has partnered with Telesmart.io, an expert in global number and messaging services. The partnership enables Telesmart.io’s customers to leverage its API-driven voice and messaging platform to access the global phone number coverage provided by DIDWW.   Through DIDWW and Telesmart.io’s collaboration, customers gain an expansive numbering ecosystem with access to a network of DIDWW virtual phone numbers and a guaranteed caller ID. As a global telecom provider, DIDWW offers extensive coverage of local, national, mobile and toll-free virtual phone numbers in over 80 countries. Additionally, both voice and SMS communications may be enabled on the same number, and when combined with local two-way SIP trunks, customers benefit from a unique solution optimized for business VoIP communications. Laura Malyseva, Senior Account Manager at DIDWW, added, “We are excited to cooperate with…

Linxa, a provider of cutting-edge voice and data traffic solutions for telecom carriers and operators, has announced the implementation of Linxa Connect, which will enable Arelion (previously Telia Carrier) to revolutionize its wholesale voice business.   Linxa Connect is a fully integrated end-to-end telecom management software product that supports and automates wholesale activities, from rate control through routing, quality and deal management, invoicing, dispute management, fraud detection and reporting. The Linxa Connect platform enables an increasing number of Tier-1 carriers’ profitable voice businesses and supports solutions that provide these enterprises with what they need to stay competitive, such as simplicity, automation, control and agility. By leveraging Linxa Connect, Arelion has been able to replace three outdated systems with a single platform, as well as improve automation and business processes. End-to-end functionalities are streamlined and more accurate, and procedures include grading, routing, quality and deal management, invoicing, reconciliation, dispute management,…