Sinch, which powers meaningful conversations between businesses and their customers through its Customer Communications Cloud, today announced that it will deliver a digital transformation project for Beyond ONE in the growing Latin American market. The newly announced project will see Sinch optimizing Beyond ONE’s digital infrastructure to improve customer experience for its users.

Sinch, which powers meaningful conversations between businesses and their customers through its Customer Communications Cloud, today announced that the company has been positioned as a Leader in the first 2023 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS). The evaluation was based on specific criteria that analyzed Sinch’s overall Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute. 

Ooma, a prominent player in the realm of smart communications solutions, and Prologis Inc., a leading global logistics real estate firm, have joined forces to bring enhanced telecommunications services to Prologis’ Essentials platform users. This encompassing offering includes the Ooma Office business phone service, tailored to meet the communication and collaboration needs of small and medium-sized enterprises, and the innovative Ooma AirDial® POTS replacement solution.

Belgian telecoms group Proximus’ recent investment catapults it deep into the global Communication Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS) sphere. By acquiring a majority stake in India’s Route Mobile, the company fortifies its ambitions of becoming a global industry leader. This move isn’t just about ownership, but a mutually beneficial partnership, expected to drive substantial value and facilitate significant market expansion.

As a business owner, you understand the importance of communication. You must be able to communicate effectively with your staff, customers and vendors. Without good communication, your business may suffer. Even though you might not consider your phone service provider to be an essential part of your company, they actually have a significant influence on your business. A reliable telecom service provider can assist you in maintaining effective company relations, offering you the most contemporary tools to improve your communications.

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…

In order to streamline the deployment of cloud telephony services across UCaaS and CCaaS platforms, Callroute, a supplier of cloud voice solutions, has teamed up with Coolwave Communications, a global provider of voice and messaging solutions. Through this collaboration, partners and clients will gain access to secure and excellent voice quality with regionalized points of presence when using Coolwave’s cloud-based, self-service and white-label Cool Operator platform, which streamlines international telephony. Also, end users may use Callroute’s Bring Your Own Carrier (BYOC) feature to quickly connect Coolwave’s worldwide SIP network to UCaaS services like Microsoft Teams. This new agreement also benefits Callroute’s existing partners, opening up previously restricted  markets and prospects. Partners will be able to capitalize on this collaboration by providing a quick and easy go-to-market solution, allowing these industry participants to attract new business. Voxnube, a global provider of distributor voice services and solutions to Callroute…

Ericsson has announced that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has approved its $6.2 billion acquisition of Vonage Holdings. The transaction is scheduled to close by Thursday, July 21.   The Swedish vendor’s most significant purchase to date is that of Vonage. This acquisition is a crucial component of Ericsson’s strategy, which calls for creating a market-leading service for businesses.   Both the company’s boards and shareholders have approved the $6.2 billion all-cash transaction, but the deal was briefly put on hold while the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (CFIUS) looked at it. Following the transaction’s announcement, Ericsson became involved in a controversy in February involving payments to the Islamic State militant organization in Iraq. This incident led to investigations by various U.S. authorities, raising concerns that the deal would be in jeopardy.   In spite of Ericsson’s offer price of $21 per…